Asian Security Handbook: An Assessment of Political-Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region

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ASIAN SECURITY HANDBOOK
An Assessment of Political-Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region

Henry S. Albinski Maureen Aung-Thwin James Clad Humphry Crum Ewing Keith W. Eirinberg John Frankenstein H. Richard Friman Sumit Ganguly John B. Haseman Wilfried A. Herrmann Dennis Van Vranken Hickey Robert A. Manning Michael J. Mitchell Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda Elfed V. Roberts Sheldon W. Simon Scott Snyder Lewis M. Stern Robert Sutter M. Ladd Thomas Bruce Vaughn Fred R. von der Mehden

WILLIAM M. CARPENTER and
DAVIID G. WIENCEK
editors

FOREWORD BY
Ambassador James R. Lilley

An East Gate Book

M.E. Sharpe Armonk, New York London, England

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Asian Security Handbook: An Assessment of Political-Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Editors' Note xi
  • Notes xiii
  • List of Tables and Maps xv
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 16
  • Part I - Regional Security Framework 19
  • 1 - Security in East Asia 21
  • Notes 31
  • Suggested Readings 31
  • 2 - Security in Southeast Asia 32
  • Note 40
  • Suggested Readings 40
  • 3 - Asean Regional Forum 41
  • Notes 48
  • Suggested Readings 50
  • 4 - Security in the South Pacific Region 51
  • Suggested Readings 59
  • Part II - Multilateral Security Issues 61
  • 5 - Missile Proliferation in Asia 63
  • Notes 76
  • Suggested Readings 78
  • 6 - Maritime Piracy in Asia 79
  • Notes 88
  • Suggested Readings 88
  • 7 - Drugs as a Security Problem in East Asia 89
  • Notes 96
  • Suggested Readings 97
  • 8 - Religion and Security in Southeast Asia 98
  • Suggested Readings 103
  • Part III - Security-Oriented Country Profiles 105
  • 9 - Australia 107
  • Notes 113
  • Suggested Readings 114
  • 10 - Burma 115
  • Notes 120
  • Suggested Readings 120
  • 11 - Cambodia 121
  • Note 132
  • Suggested Readings 132
  • 12 - China 134
  • Notes 142
  • Suggested Readings 142
  • 13 - Hong Kong 143
  • Suggested Readings 150
  • 14 - India 151
  • Notes 158
  • Suggested Readings 158
  • 15 - Indonesia 159
  • Suggested Readings 165
  • 16 - Japan 166
  • Notes 173
  • Suggested Readings 173
  • 17 - Laos 174
  • Suggested Readings 177
  • 18 - Malaysia 178
  • Suggested Readings 183
  • 19 - Mongolia 184
  • Note 189
  • Suggested Readings 190
  • 20 - New Zealand 191
  • Suggested Readings 197
  • 21 - Pakistan 199
  • Notes 206
  • Suggested Readings 207
  • 22 - The Philippines 208
  • Notes 215
  • Suggested Readings 215
  • 23 - Singapore 216
  • Suggested Readings 219
  • 24 - South Korea 221
  • Notes 230
  • Suggested Readings 231
  • 25 - Taiwan 232
  • Notes 238
  • Suggested Readings 239
  • 26 - Thailand 240
  • Notes 247
  • Suggested Readings 248
  • 27 - Vietnam 249
  • Notes 256
  • Suggested Readings 257
  • Conclusions 259
  • Note 267
  • Glossary of Abbreviations/Acronyms 269
  • Appendix 275
  • About the Editors and Contributors 279
  • Index 287
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