The State and Ethnic Politics in Southeast Asia

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Contents
List of tables vii
Preface ix
Introduction xi
1Ethnicity and the state1
The relative resilience of ethnicity5
The relative resilience of the Southeast Asian states25
Conclusion31
2The ethnocratic state and ethnic separatism in Burma33
The ethnocratic state36
Separatist ethnic nationalism63
3Ethnicity and corporatism in Singapore66
The corporatist state model67
Ethnic mosaic politics 1959-6578
The politics of ethnically neutral meritocracy in the 1970s80
Towards inclusionary corporatism89
Implications106
4Neo-patrimonialism and national integration in Indonesia112
Patrimonialism and neo-patrimonialism114
The context of Indonesian neo-patrimonialism117
The tensions inherent in neo-patrimonialism121
The case of Aceh135
5Internal colonialism and ethnic rebellion in Thailand158
The internal colonialism theory159
The Northeastern region170

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