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Southeast Asia in the New International Era,9780813344041

Southeast Asia in the New International Era

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Edition:
5th
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9780813344041

ISBN10:
0813344042
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/14/2009
Publisher(s):
Perseus Books
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Summary

The fifth edition of this widely read introduction to Southeast Asian politics highlights the dramatic events sweeping the region in recent decades. The region's diverse mix of democratic, pseudodemocratic, and authoritarian regimes is examined in terms of each country's political history, key institutions, and major social groups. A survey of economic development and new challenges in foreign affairs, including the U.S. war on terror, political Islam, and the rise of China, also informs the analysis. Authors Robert Dayley and Clark D. Neher cover all eleven countries of contemporary Southeast Asia-Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Burma, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and, new to this edition, Timor-Leste. Book jacket.

Author Biography

Robert Dayley Clark D. Neher is professor of political science at Northern Illinois University. Ross Marlay is professor of political science at Arkansas State University.

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Preface and Acknowledgments to the Fifth Editionp. xi
Acronymsp. xiii
Introductionp. 1
Map of Southeast Asiap. 2
Influences and Experiencesp. 3
Shared Social Patternsp. 8
The New International Erap. 10
Comparing Political Regimesp. 17
Notesp. 20
Thailandp. 23
Map of Thailandp. 24
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 43
Democratizationp. 50
Economic Developmentp. 52
The Thai Statep. 55
Foreign Policyp. 57
Conclusionp. 61
Notesp. 62
Resource Guidep. 63
The Philippinesp. 65
Map of the Philippinesp. 66
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 78
Democratizationp. 86
Economic Developmentp. 87
The Philippine Statep. 90
Foreign Policyp. 92
Conclusionp. 95
Notesp. 95
Resource Guidep. 97
Indonesiap. 99
Map of Indonesiap. 100
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 112
Democratizationp. 119
Economic Developmentp. 121
The Indonesian Statep. 125
Foreign Policyp. 127
Conclusionp. 128
Notesp. 130
Resource Guidep. 131
Malaysiap. 133
Map of Malaysiap. 134
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 143
Democratizationp. 148
Economic Developmentp. 150
The Malaysian Statep. 152
Foreign Policyp. 153
Conclusionp. 155
Notesp. 155
Resource Guidep. 156
Singaporep. 159
Map of Singaporep. 160
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 164
Democratizationp. 168
Economic Developmentp. 169
The Singaporean Statep. 171
Foreign Policyp. 174
Conclusionp. 175
Notesp. 176
Resource Guidep. 177
Bruneip. 179
Map of Bruneip. 180
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 181
Democratizationp. 184
Economic Developmentp. 185
The Bruneian Statep. 186
Foreign Policyp. 187
Conclusionp. 188
Notesp. 188
Resource Guidep. 188
Burmap. 189
Map of Burmap. 190
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 201
Democratizationp. 206
Economic Developmentp. 207
The Burmese Statep. 209
Foreign Policyp. 211
Conclusionp. 213
Notesp. 214
Resource Guidep. 215
Vietnamp. 217
Map of Vietnamp. 218
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 227
Democratizationp. 230
Economic Developmentp. 232
The Vietnamese Statep. 236
Foreign Policyp. 238
Conclusionp. 241
Notesp. 242
Resource Guidep. 243
Cambodiap. 245
Map of Cambodiap. 246
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 259
Democratizationp. 264
Economic Developmentp. 266
The Cambodian Statep. 268
Foreign Policyp. 269
Conclusionp. 271
Notesp. 272
Resource Guidep. 273
Laosp. 275
Map of Laosp. 276
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 281
Democratizationp. 284
Economic Developmentp. 285
The Lao Statep. 287
Foreign Policyp. 288
Conclusionp. 290
Notesp. 291
Resource Guidep. 291
Timor-Lestep. 293
Map of Timor-Lestep. 294
Institutions and Social Groupsp. 300
Democratizationp. 303
Economic Developmentp. 304
The Timor-Leste Statep. 305
Foreign Policyp. 307
Conclusionp. 308
Notesp. 308
Resource Guidep. 309
Southeast Asia: Select Indicatorsp. 311
Indexp. 313
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