Security, Arms Control, and Conflict Reduction in East Asia and the Pacific: A Bibliography, 1980-1991

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Singapore

Regional Security Policy, Strategic Interests
10237. Haq, Obaid ul, "'National Security in the Pacific Basin: A View from Singapore'", pp.207-214 in Claude A. Buss (ed.), National Security Interests in the Pacific Basin ( Stanford CA: Hoover, 1985), 317pp.
10238. Lee, Lai To, "'Singapore and East Asia'". pp.335-359 in Peter S. J. Chen (ed.). Singapore: Development Policies and Trends ( Singapore, Oxford & New York: Oxford U.P. for the Institute for Asian Affairs, Hamburg. 1983), 384pp.
10239. Seah, Chee-meow, "'Asian Vulnerabilities to Soviet Influence and Manipulation: A View from Singapore'", Asian Perspective, Vol. 9, No. 1, Spring-Summer 1985, pp.117-130.
10240. Singh Bilveer, "'The Role of the Great Powers in Southeast Asia: A Singaporean Perspective'", Indon. Q., Vol. XV, No. 1, January 1987, pp.49-91.
10241. Soon, Lau Teik, "'The Role of Singapore in Southeast Asia'", World Review, Vol. 19, No. 3. August 1980, pp.34-44.

Maritime Law, Maritime Regional Security
10242. Goh, Chok Tong, "'Keep Sea Lanes Open for International Interests'", Speeches: A Bi-Monthly Selection of Ministerial Speeches, Vol. 9, No. 3, May-June 1985, pp.10-14; a speech at the international conference on 'The Security of the Sea Lanes in the Asia-Pacific Region', held on May 2, 1985, organized by the Singapore Institute of International Affairs and the National University of Singapore.
10243. Sien, Chia Lin, "'The Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Navigational, Resource and Environmental Considerations'", pp.239-266 in Sien Chia Lin & Colin McAndrews (eds), Southeast Asian Seas: Frontiers for Development ( Singapore: McGraw-Hill International Book Co. for ISEAS, 1981), 375pp.
10244. Singapore. Ministry of Defence. Public Affairs Office, "'Five Power Defence Arrangement: Maintaining Closer Ties'", Asia-Pacific Defense Forum, Vol. 14, No. 1, Summer 1989, pp.17-19.
10245. Vertzberger, Yaacov Y. I., Coastal States, Regional Powers, Superpowers and the Malacca-Singapore Straits ( Berkeley CA: IEAS, 1984), 100pp.; series: Research Papers & Policy Studies No.10; 'deals with the struggle for control of, and passage through and above, the Malacca and Singapore straits, the narrow and most vital navigation route connecting the Indian Ocean with the South China Sea, ... the Suez of Southeast Asia' (p.2).
10246. Tin, Chao Hick, "'Paper on Singapore: Law of the Sea'", pp.1-16 in The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea in Southeast Asia: Problems of Implementation ( Bangkok: Southeast Asian Programme on Ocean Law, Policy and Management, 1988), 42pp.

Foreign Policy/Relations, International Affairs
10247. Bellows, Thomas J., "'Singapore in 1989. Progress in a Search for Roots'", Asian Survey, Vol. XXX, No. 2. February 1990, pp.201-209.
10248. Chee, Chan Heng, "'Singapore: Domestic Structure and Foreign Policy'", pp.280-305 in Robert A. Scalapino, Seizaburo Sato, Jusuf Wanandi & Sung-joo Han (eds), Asia and the Major Powers: Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy ( Berkeley CA: IEAS, 1989), 386pp.; series: Research Papers & Policy Studies No.28; see also the author's paper of the same title, pp.129-154 in Robert A. Scalapino et al. (eds), Regional Dynamics: Security, Political and Economic Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region ( Jakarta: Centre for Strategic & International Studies, 1990), 418pp.
10249. Haq, Obaid ul, "'Foreign Policy'", pp.276-308 in Jon S. T. Quah, Chan Heng Chee & Seah Chee Meow (eds), Government and Politics of Singapore ( Singapore, Oxford & New York: Oxford U.P. for ISEAS, 1987 [ 2nd edition]), 338pp.
10250. Joo-jock, Lim, "'Singapore in 1980: Management of Foreign Relations and Industrial Progress'", pp.273-289 in Southeast Asian Affairs 1981 ( Singapore: ISEAS and Heinemann Asia, 1981), 361pp.

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