The Politics of Human Rights in Southeast Asia

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ABRI (see Indonesian military)
Aceh 116 , 122 , 139 , 141-2 , 150
Acharya, A. 14 , 38 , 60 , 82
Action for Solidarity with Indonesia and East Timor (Australia) 130 , 186
Aditjondro, G. 155
Agnivesh, S. 199
Ahmed, S. 105
Akmeemana, S. 177
al-haqq 106
Alatas, A. 144 , 152
Alford, P. 52 , 55 , 174
Ali, F. 122 , 127
aliran 118 , 134
Aliran Kesadaran Negara (Malaysia) 94 , 97-8
All Indonesian Workers' Union 124 ;
Women's Section 131
All Women's Action Society (Malaysia) 99
All-Indonesia Workers' Federation 131
Alston, P. 175
Alternative Front (Malaysia) 112-13
Ambon 128
Amnesty International:
Aceh 142 ;
Australian parliamentary group 182 ;
Burmese minorities and refugees 71 ;
Cambodia 81 ;
death penalty 71 ;
East Timor 157 ;
Indonesian human rights tribunals 148 ;
Malaysia 90 , 93-5 , 97 , 109-11 , 114 ;
Myanmar 73 , 75 ;
Philippines 179 ;
Thailand 54 , 71 ;
UNCHR processes 63
Anderson, B. 122 , 139 , 202
Anees, Munawar 110
Aquino, Corazaon 39 , 179 ;
constitutional reforms 49 ;
Presidential contest 1986 48 ;
transition from military rule 50
Aquino, 'Ninoy':
murdered in 1983 49
Arroyo, Gloria 51 , 180
Article 19 International Center Against Censorship 122
ASEAN Free Trade Area 162 ;
Thailand Singapore Philippines support including Australia and New Zealand 181
ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Association 89
ASEAN Regional Forum:
Burma and Cambodia 162 ;
Russian Federation 161 ;
security cooperation 161
Asia-Pacific Human Rights NGOs Facilitating Team 86-8 ;
Jakarta Forum 87
Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) 162
Asia-Europe security consultations:
Australian participation vetoed by Malaysia 183
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation 162 ;
Australia 166 ;
China 166 ;
Japan 166 ;
regional economic governance 174 ;
USA 166
Asia-Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions 84 , 86-9 , 168 ;
Australia 86 ;
Australia and Philippines 179 ;
Bangladesh 86 ;
Fiji 86 ;
India 86 ;
Indonesia 86 ;
Judicial Advisory Council 87 ;
Malaysia 86 ;
Mongolia 86 ;
Nepal 86 ;
New Zealand 86 ;
Papua-New Guinea 86 ;
Philippines 86 ;
regional human rights jurisprudence 87 , 169 ;
Sri Lanka 86 ;
Thailand 86
Asian civilisations 98
Asian democracy 6 , 36-8 ;
liberal-democratic and East Asian perspectives 37 ;
Malaysia 59 , 197 ;
opposition 37 ;
Singapore 59 , 197 ;
state-building 59
Asian Forum of NGOs 35
Asian Human Rights Commission 165 , 180
Asian values 6 , 32-6 , 69 ;
balancing rights and responsibilities 62 ;
Confucius 33 ;
corporatist models 36 ;
culture 33 ;
democracy 36-8 ;
governance 36-7 ;
intra-regional critiques 35-6 ;
Malaysia 33 ;
public morality and privacy 61 ;
regional economic crisis 42 ;
Singapore 33 , 46 , 197 ;
Thailand 181 ;
western perspectives 36
Aspinall, E. 123 , 142
Association of Indonesian Journalists 133
Association of Indonesian Publishers 133
Association of Medical Doctors of Asia 153
Association of Moslem Lawyers (Malaysia) 95

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