Southeast Asian Affairs 2004

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Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2004 - Political Science - 311 pages
Southeast Asian Affairs, of which there are now thirty-one in the series, is an annual review of significant developments and trends in the region. Though the emphasis is on ASEAN countries, developments in the broader Asia-Pacific region are not ignored. Readable and easily understood analyses are offered of major political, economic, social, and strategic developments within Southeast Asia.

           The contributions can be divided into two broad categories. There are those which provide an analysis of major developments during 2003 in individual Southeast Asian countries and in the region generally. Then there are the theme articles of a more specialized nature which deal with topical problems of concern.

           The volume contains twenty articles dealing with such major themes as international conflict and co-operation, political stability, and economic growth and development. 
 

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Contents

Achievements and
18
Dialectics of Hedging and
35
Chien fieng C P Chung
54
Steady Ahead
63
Strongman Terrible Man Invisible Man
73
Contents
82
Continuing Challenges and Fragile Stability
89
MALAYSIA
90
Exiguous Evidence of Economic Reform and
125
MYANMAR
171
Playing Out Long Conflicts
187
Quo Vadis?
205
Surviving the Downside of Globalization
225
Singapores Bilateral Trading Arrangements in the Context
239
TIMOR LESTE
277
VIETNAM
295

The Faltering Revival?
104

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About the author (2004)

 • Daljit Singh is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.


• Chin Kin Wah is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. 

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