4 edition of Politics in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Politics in Southeast Asia
Clark D. Neher
Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-315) and index.
|Statement||Clark D. Neher.|
|LC Classifications||DS526.7 .N43 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|ISBN 10||0870470108, 0870470116|
|LC Control Number||86026231|
Using a comparative politics and political economy perspective, the Politics in Southeast Asia book focuses in particular on the degree of democracy in the five countries, arguing that in all the countries considered democracy is, to varying degrees, imperfect.
The book synthesises a wide range of scholarship, and presents the material in a concise and accessible by: 'At last a book that provides a comprehensive, historically grounded and up-to-date survey of politics in Southeast Asia.
Covering the historical origins of the diverse regimes that make up the region, as well as the forces driving political change today, Political Change in Southeast Asia will be welcomed by both experts and students of the by: This volume provides an introduction to the politics of the five key southeast Asian states Politics in Southeast Asia book Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines - and is intended as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses on this subject/5(4).
"The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia" remains one of the more important, relevant (in light of US involvement in the euphamism called a drug war in Columbia) yet obscure books of the previous quarter-century - a book that ultimately posits the question of whether the CIA, as an instrument of state policy, reflects the values of the American populace/5(11).
Democracy or Less. Politics in Southeast Asia. DOI link for Politics in Southeast Asia. Politics in Southeast Asia book. Democracy or Less. By William Case. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 13 September Pub. location London. Imprint by: Book description There has been an avalanche of publications on Southeast Asia in recent years, but no one volume provides an accurate and up-to-date account of political institutions and practices in the region.
This book fills that gap. Each country chapter provides a broad overview of the historical, social and economic setting. Based on impressive historical analysis, the book explores the roots of state power in Southeast Asia.
Whereas much previous work on state-building focused on external military conflict, the book shows how internal conflict - and specifically, early periods of mass mobilization and communal conflict - may induce elites to enter a protection pact that can serve as a foundation for long-term authoritarian Cited by: ‘At last a book that provides a comprehensive, historically grounded and up-to-date survey of politics in Southeast Asia.
Covering the historical origins of the diverse regimes that make up the region, as well as the forces driving political change today, Political Change in Southeast Asia will be welcomed by both experts and students of the by: Electoral Politics in Southeast and East Asia For the purpose of this book it is sufficient to note that in modern states government by the people has to be indirect for the most part (Sartori, ; ).
That is, citizens participate primarily by choosing political authorities in competitive elections (Powell, 3). This understanding of. Early works appeared soon after the term Southeast Asia was adopted — to define a war theatre during World War II — but the first detailed account was Government and Politics of Southeast Asia, edited by George Kahin.
This was published by Cornell University Press inthen reappeared in an extensively revised form in Book Description. This volume provides an introduction to the politics of the five key southeast Asian states - Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines - and is intended as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses on this subject.
Book Description. Now available in paperback, this Handbook provides a comprehensive analysis of the major themes that have defined the politics of Southeast Asia. It provides a comprehensive and cutting-edge examination of this important subject. The introductory chapter provides an overview of the theoretical and ideological themes that have.
This book constitutes a summary of McCoy's Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia (see review) and an update leading into the nineties. While the prior book was primarily focused on Southeast Asia, this one points towards Afghanistan, where the opiate trade has retreated since the American retreat from Vietnam/5.
He has published more than ten books, co-edited about 20 volumes and special issues, and published about articles in journals such as Democratization, Party Politics, Japanese Journal of Political Science, Journal of East Asian Studies, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Pacific Review, Asian Journal of Political Science, Electoral Studies, and.
The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia is a non-fiction book on heroin trafficking in Southeast Asia and the CIA complicity and aid to the Southeast Asian opium/heroin trade.
Written by Alfred W. McCoy, the book covers the period from World War II to the Vietnam War. David Kang, ‘Transaction Costs and Crony Capitalism in East Asia’, Comparative Politics,35, 4, – 6. Linda Y. Lim and Aaron Stern, ‘State Power and Private Profit: The Political Economy of Corruption in Southeast Asia’, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature,16, 2, 18– 7.
Straddling the intersection between political science and area studies, this book is of interest to students and scholars of contemporary Southeast Asian politics, and political scientists and Asian Studies specialists with a broader research interest in comparative democratization by: This book argues that Southeast Asian political studies have made important contributions to theory building in comparative politics through a dialogue involving theory, area studies, and qualitative methodology.
The book provides a state-of-the-art review of key topics in the field, including: state structures, political regimes, political parties, contentious politics, civil society. There has been an avalanche of publications on Southeast Asia in recent years, but no one volume provides an accurate and up-to-date account of political institutions and practices in the region.
This book fills that gap. Each country chapter provides a broad overview of Author: John Funston. Politics in Southeast Asia: democracy or less. [William Case] -- This book studies the historical legacies, cultural orientations, and structural constraints affecting the political outcomes of the five most developed countries, the so-called "ASEAN 4".
"Islam and politics in Southeast Asia is a well researched and documented study of Muslim politics in modern post-colonial Southeast Asia. The individual writer's astute observations and pointed conclusions offer insights how each Muslim community that is examined responds to and engages with the state which is viewed as fundamentally cturer: Routledge.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neher, Clark D. Politics in Southeast Asia. Cambridge, Mass.: Schenkman Books, © (OCoLC) Human Rights and Participatory Politics in Southeast Asia Catherine Renshaw.
pages | 6 x 9 Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights View table of contents and excerpt "Human Rights and Participatory Politics in Southeast Asia is a significant.
Southeast Asia manifests some of the most interesting, non-violent as well as conflictual elements of Islamic social and political life in the world.
This book examines the ways in which Muslim politics in Southeast Asia has greatly impacted democratic practice and contributed to its practical and d. In that same year, McCoy's book, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia, was published by Harper and Row.
He restated that the Central Intelligence Agency was knowingly involved in the trade of heroin in the Golden Triangle. Awards [ edit ] - Philippine National Book Award.
Government and Politics in South-East Asia book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This innovative and up-to-date book provides co /5. The magnitude of the abuses, deceptions, conflicts and scandals which have shaped South-East Asia’s politics over the past century is barely contained within the book’s pages.
Yet Mr Vatikiotis has. New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery New Books in French Studies New Books in History New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Science & Technology New Books in Science, Technology, and Society New Books in Southeast Asian Studies New Books Network May 4, Lucas Richert.
Written in an accessible, journalistic style, Jihad in Paradise focuses on Southeast Asia's struggle to deal with Islamic extremists and terrorism at the hands of Jemah Islamiyah, al Qaeda's Southeast Asian : Mike Millard. Summary: This up-to-date textbook has been specially written for university students taking courses dealing with the politics and society of the South East Asian region.
It covers Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Straddling the intersection between political science and area studies, this book is of interest to students and scholars of contemporary Southeast Asian politics, and political scientists and Asian Studies specialists with a broader research interest in comparative democratization studies.
The Politics of NGOs in Southeast Asia book. Participation and Protest in the Philippines. The Politics of NGOs in Southeast Asia. DOI link for The Politics of NGOs in Southeast Asia.
The Politics of NGOs in Southeast Asia book. Participation and Protest in the Philippines. By Gerard by: 1. The Geopolitics of South Asian Political Stability A recent essay by Robert Kaplan offers fascinating insight into South Asia’s political stability.
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri for The DiplomatAuthor: Akhilesh Pillalamarri. The Politics of NGOs in Southeast Asia traces the history of the emergence of NGOs in the Philippines and southeast Asia and the political factors which encouraged this.
The main focus is on the period from the mids when NGOs first became a notable force in the Edition: 1st Edition. This article examines the relationship between Islam and politics in Southeast Asia. It first outlines the various factors that frame Islam and politics in the Muslim world of Southeast Asia.
These include a strong co-identity of Islam and ethnicity, high level of syncretism among Muslims in Southeast Asia, and weak electoral support for radical Islam.
Alfred W. McCoy, a graduate student at Yale, has written a book entitled "The Politics of Heroin i.n Southeast Asia" Prior to its pub- lication. McCoy has been involved in rather extensive publicity in the newspapers, on television, in an appearance before the Senate Foreign Re- lations Committee, and an excerpt of the book was published.
Party Politics in Southeast Asia: Clientelism and Electoral Competition in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines Dirk Tomsa, Andreas Ufen Contributing to the growing discourse on political parties in Asia, this book looks at parties in Southeast Asia’s most competitive electoral democracies of Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.
Economic Change, Social Structure and the Political System in Southeast Asia: Philippine Development Compared with the Other ASEAN Countries. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Cullather, N. ().Cited by: 1.
In Human Rights and Participatory Politics in Southeast Asia, Catherine Renshaw recounts an extraordinary period of human rights institution-building in Southeast Asia.
She begins her account inwhen the ten members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) signed the ASEAN charter, committing members for the first time to principles of human rights, democracy.
The Ugly American is a political novel by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer that depicts the failures of the U.S. diplomatic corps in Southeast Asia. The book caused a sensation in diplomatic circles and had major political implications. The Peace Corps was established during the Kennedy administration partly as a result of the book.
The bestseller has remained continuously in print and. Postcolonialism and local politics in Southeast Asia. Quezon City, Philippines: New Day Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Postcolonialism and local politics in Southeast Asia.
Quezon City, Philippines: New Day Publishers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Toh Goda.In Containing Contagion, Sara E.
Davies focuses on one of the world's most pivotal (and riskiest) regions in the field of global health—Southeast Asia, which in recent years has responded to a wave of emerging and endemic infectious disease outbreaks ranging from Nipah, SARS, and avian flu to dengue and Japanese encephalitis.