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International relations in Southeast Asia : the struggle for autonomy

Author: Donald E Weatherbee; Ralf Emmers
Publisher: Lanham, Md : Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.
Series: Asia in world politics
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donald E Weatherbee; Ralf Emmers
ISBN: 0742528421 9780742528420 074252843X 9780742528437
OCLC Number: 611643610
Description: 306 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Contents: Part 1 1 Introduction: The What and Why of Southeast Asia Chapter 2 Southeast Asia as an Interest Area Chapter 3 The Origins of the Southeast Asian "Region" Chapter 4 Defining the Southeast Asian Region Chapter 5 Diversities in Modern State Development Chapter 6 Region and Regionalism Chapter 7 The Study of International Relations in Southeast Asia Chapter 8 The Argument and Structure of the Book Part 9 2 The International Actors in Southeast Asia Chapter 10 Regional State Actors Chapter 11 Extra-Regional State Actors Chapter 12 Nonstate Actors Part 13 3 The Cold War in Southeast Asia Chapter 14 Containment in Southeast Asia Chapter 15 The Second Indochina War, 1961--1975 Chapter 16 Southeast Asia and the Second Indochina War Chapter 17 The Interwar Interval, 1975--1978 Chapter 18 The Third Indochina War Chapter 19 Southeast Asia at the End of the Cold War Part 20 4 ASEAN and Regionalism in Southeast Asia Chapter 21 ASEAN in Its Fourth Decade Chapter 22 ASEAN's Blurred Blueprints Chapter 23 ASEAN's Organizational Development Chapter 24 ASEAN's External Relations Chapter 25 The 2003 "Reinvention" of ASEAN Chapter 26 Subregional Growth Zones: The "Mini-ASEANS" Part 27 5 Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Southeast Asia Chapter 28 The ASEAN Way Chapter 29 Territorial Disputes Chapter 30 The South China Sea Conflict Zone Chapter 31 The International Dimensions of Ethnic Conflict Chapter 32 The ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) Chapter 33 ASEAN and Southeast Asian Security Part 34 6 Terrorism and Transnational Crime in Southeast Asian International Relations Chapter 35 Terrorism Chapter 36 Multilateral Frameworks for Combating Terrorism Chapter 37 Transnational Crime in Southeast Asia Chapter 38 Evaluating Regional Responses to Transnational Crime and Terrorism Part 39 7 Southeast Asian Regional and International Economic Cooperation Chapter 40 ASEAN Economic Cooperation: Past, Present, and Future Chapter 41 ASEAN in Crisis? Chapter 42 Toward an ASEAN Economic Community Chapter 43 ASEAN and Its External Economic Relations Chapter 44 Toward East Asian Economic Integration Part 45 8 Human Rights in Southeast Asia's International Relations Chapter 46 The International Rights Regime Chapter 47 Southeast Asian Views of Human Rights Chapter 48 The ASEAN Record Chapter 49 Accountability for Crimes against Humanity Chapter 50 The Foreign Policy Context of Democracy and Human Rights in Southeast Asia Part 51 9 Environmental Issues in International Relations in Southeast Asia Chapter 52 The Environmental Policy Setting Chapter 53 Deforestation Chapter 54 The Maritime Zones Chapter 55 Rivers, Dams, and Ecosystems Chapter 56 The "Haze" Part 57 10 Conclusion: Nation-States, ASEAN, and Autonomy Chapter 58 Where Does ASEAN Fit in? Chapter 59 Transformed Regional International Environments Chapter 60 The War on Terrorism Chapter 61 The Nontraditional Agendas Chapter 62 The ASEAN Communities Chapter 63 A Subordinate Regional State System
Series Title: Asia in world politics
Responsibility: Donald E. Weatherbee ; with Ralf Emmers [und weitere].
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Donald Weatherbee, America's leading scholar on Southeast Asia's international relations, presents a panoramic view of how transnational issues are challenging policymakers throughout the region. And Read more...

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