|1Ethnicity and the state||1|
|The relative resilience of ethnicity||5|
|The relative resilience of the Southeast Asian states||25|
|2The ethnocratic state and ethnic separatism in Burma||33|
|Separatist ethnic nationalism||63|
|3Ethnicity and corporatism in Singapore||66|
|The corporatist state model||67|
|Ethnic mosaic politics 1959-65||78|
|The politics of ethnically neutral meritocracy in the 1970s||80|
|Towards inclusionary corporatism||89|
|4Neo-patrimonialism and national integration in Indonesia||112|
|Patrimonialism and neo-patrimonialism||114|
|The context of Indonesian neo-patrimonialism||117|
|The tensions inherent in neo-patrimonialism||121|
|5Internal colonialism and ethnic rebellion in Thailand||158|
|The internal colonialism theory||159|
|The Northeastern region||170|
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Book title: The State and Ethnic Politics in Southeast Asia.
Contributors: David Brown - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: v.
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