Asian Security Practice: Material and Ideational Influences

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Index
In this index an "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an "ff" indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., "pp. 57-58-" Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not continuous sequence.
Abangan (nominal Muslims), 237, 242
Abdul Rahman, Tunku, 44, 92ff, 98f, 313, 315, 353n101
Abdul Razak, Tun, 97-98 f
ABRI (Indonesian armed forces), 247, 254, 256, 305
Aceh, 242, 295
Adireksarn, Pramarn, 216
AFP (Armed Forces of the Philippines), 2, 301-2
AFPFL ( Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League, Burma), 173, 178, 180-85f, 295, 298, 369n50, 370n57, 372n92
Agriculture: Thai developmentalism and, 206-7, 217; Vietnam's cooperativization of, 267, 267-74 passim, z88, 389-90n49, 391n79
Alagappa, Muthiah, 78, 225
Aliran politics, 225-26, 241, 378n6
Alliance coalition ( Malaysia), 79, 93-94, 352n80
Alus principle, 237f
American colonialism, 151
American War period ( 1965-73, Vietnam), 265-69 passim
Amnesty International, 372n86
Amulets, 154-55
Anand Panyarachun, see Panyarachun, Anand
Ananda Mahidol Mahidol, King, see Mahidol, Ananda Mahidol
Andayal Barbara, 90
Andaya, Leonard, 90
Anderson, Benedict, 26-27, 44, 199- 200, 232, 235-36, 345n43, 361n92, 38zn59
Anek Laothammatas, see Laothammatas, Anek
Anticommunist Act ( 1952, Thailand), 198
Anti-Japanese Goods campaign ( 1972, Thailand), 208
Anting-anting (magical powers), 154f, 162, 167, 361n90
Apter, David, 340n1
Aquino, Benigno, 164, 302
Aquino, Corazon, 47, 71, 164-65f, 302, 359n57
Arato, Andrew, 234, 381n44
Arief, Sritua, 252, 387n124
Arms for Democracy program ( 1958, Burma), 183, 371n80
ASEAN, 191, 275
Asian-Western debate: in Singapore, 124-25
Aung Gyi, 171, 364n3, 371nn83, 93
Aungsan, 44, 171, 180f, 364n3, 365n9, 369nn48, 50, 370nn64, 66-67, 372n93
Aungsan Suukyi, 2, 170f, 173, 189, 364n3
Aung-Thwin, Michael, 174-77, 367n30
Authoritarian regimes: consent in, 24, 28, 343n66, 368n38; popular sovereignty dilemma in, 38f, 62, 293, 310-11; in Southeast Asia, 44-45, 127; international norms and, 48-49, 55, 62, 120- 21, 171-72, 174, 190-91, 220, 276,

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