Turning Points and Transitions: Selections from Southeast Asian Affairs 1974–2018

Turning Points and Transitions: Selections from Southeast Asian Affairs 1974–2018

Daljit Singh ; Malcolm Cook

Format: Print Book

ISBN: 9789814843072

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"Southeast Asian Affairs has for decades been an indispensable reference for those concerned with political and economic developments across this vibrant and highly diverse region. Each year, leading experts on the region and its constituent states have contributed detailed assessments of individual countries and region-wide themes which collectively provide an important and reliable record of Southeast Asia¹s often dramatic evolution since the early 1970s. Some of the most significant and interesting of these chapters have been carefully selected and brought together in this volume, which will be a valuable resource for students of the region." 
Dr Tim Huxley, Executive Director, The International Institute for Strategic Studies-Asia, Singapore 

“At a time when Southeast Asia is under-going rapid changes, this compilation of essays is a must-read for all those who seek to understand ASEAN and its member states. Southeast Asia is more than ASEAN and as an inter-state organization that works by consensus, ASEAN can do no more than what its members allow it to do.” 
Bilahari Kausikan, Chairman Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore and former Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore 

“For the last fifty years, ISEAS has been the ‘go to’ place for students and scholars from all over the world seeking to develop a deeper knowledge of Southeast Asia. Since it first appeared in 1974, Southeast Asian Affairs has provided thoughtful and timely analysis of critical developments in the region annually. This carefully chosen collection of some of these essays authored over the years brilliantly maps out the contours of change and transformation that have shaped Southeast Asia’s recent history, and captures the dynamism of this fascinating region.” 
Joseph Chinyong Liow, Dean, College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences and Dean, S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University 

“The book Turning Points and Transitions, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the founding of ISEAS, is like a literary time machine. It takes us back through contemporary expert commentary and analysis to the major forces and events that shaped the political and economic evolution of the Southeast Asia region. A new generation of scholars has replaced typewriters with computers, but many of the roots of the issues and conflicts that ISEAS will be dealing with in the future are to be found in the past that is so ably documented in this volume.”
Donald E. Weatherbee, Donald S. Russell Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of South Carolina

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Buy by Chapter (individual chapters fulfilled in digital format)
Preliminary pages with Introduction
The Diplomatic Emergence of China and Its Implications for Southeast Asia (1975)
Stability and Security in the Region after ANZUK (1975)
The Quetion of the "Overseas Chinese" (1976)
Southeast Asia 1976: The Handling of Contradictions (1977)
The "Fukuda Doctrine" and Its Implications for Southeast Asia (1978)
Expanding Horizons in Southeast Asia? (1994)
AFTA in the Light of New Economic Developments (1995)
The ASEAN Economic Miracle Unravels (1999)
Southeast Asia in 1999: A False Dawn? (2000)
East Timor's Future: Southeast Asian or South Pacific? (2001)
Southeast Asia in 2002: From Bali to Iraq — Co-operating for Security (2003)
The Year in ASEAN: The Charter, Trade Agreements, and the Global Economic Crisis (2010)
Seeking Stability in Turbulent Times: Southeast Asia's New Normal? (2015)
China's Two Silk Roads Initiative: What It Means for Southeast Asia (2015)
China's International Strategy and Its Implications for Southeast Asia (2016)
Negara Brunei Darussalam: "A New Nation but an Ancient Country" (1985)
Brunei Darussalam: Challenging Stability (2016)
Cambodia and Regional Diplomacy (1982)
Kampuchea 1979–81: National Rehabilitation in the Eye of an International Storm (1982)
Cambodia 1991: Lasting Peace or Decent Interval? (1992)
Hun Sen's Pre-emptive Coup: Causes and Consequences (1998)
Cambodia in 2017: Plus ça change... (2018)
Indonesia's Armed Forces: Rejuvenation and Regeneration (1982)
Indonesia: The Pancasila State (1985)
The Indonesian Economy Facing the 1990s: Stuctural Transformation and Economic Deregulation (1990)
A Year of Upheaval and Uncertainty: The Fall of Soeharto and Rise of Habibie (1999)
Indonesia: The Regional Autonomy Laws, Two Years Later (2003)
The Impact of Domestic and Asian Regional Changes on Indonesian Foreign Policy (2010)
ISIS in Indonesia (2015)
Laos: Coping with Confinement (1982)
Laos: The Chinese Connection (2009)
The Security "Gap" in Peninsula Malaysia (1976)
The 'Battle Royal' — The UMNO Elections of 1987 (1988)
Malaysia: A Fateful September (1999)
Tears and Fears: Tun Mahathir's Last Hurrah (2004)
Malaysia: Political Transformation and Intrigue in an Election Year (2009)
Burma in 1988: Perestroika with a Military Face (1989)
Myanmar in 1990: New Era or Old (1991)
Myanmar: No Turning Back (2012)
Myanmar's General Election 2015: Change was the Name of the Game (2016)
An Overview of the Philippines (1974)
Unfinished Revolution: The Philippines in 1986 (1987)
Terrorism: Evolving Regional Alliances and State Failure in Mindanao (2006)
Singapore's Foreign Policy in the Seventies: The Reconciliation of Global and Regional Interests (1974)
The Downturn in the Singapore Economy: Problems, Prospects and Possiblities for Recovery (1986)
A Return to Normal Politics: Singapore General Elections 2011 (2012)
The Revolutionary Situation in Thailand (1975)
American Military Withdrawal from Thailand (1976)
The Thai Economy: From Boom to Gloom? (1997)
Thailand: A Year of Diminishing Expectations (1999)
Thailand: A Reckoning with History Begins (2007)
What Went Wrong with the Thai Democracy? (2015)
Vietnam in Perspective (1975)
Year One of Postcolonial Vietnam (1977)
Vietnam, ASEAN and the Indochina Refugee Crisis (1980)
Vietnam and ASEAN: A First Anniversary Assessment (1997)
Vietnam: In Search of a New Growth Model (2016)

Subjects:International Relations / General

Number of Pages: 788


ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute

Publication Date: 43426

Format: HB

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