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

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12 Regional Overview

Southeast Asian Regional Security
6641. Ahmad, Zakaria Haji, "'Asia-Pacific Security: A Review'", ADJ, No. 12/ 86, December 1986, pp.3, 6, 10-18.
6642. Alagappa, Muthiah, 'Southeast Asia in 1986: Year of Change, Continuity and Challenges', pp.3-24 in Southeast Asian Affairs 1987 (Singapore: ISEAS, 1987), 363pp.
6643. Alagappa Muthiah, "'Regional Arrangements and in Southeast Asia: Change and Continuity'", Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 45, No. 1, May 1991, pp. 1-37.
6644. Alagappa, Muthiah, 'Regional Arrangements and International Security: An Evaluation of ZOPFAN', pp. 115-141 in Miles Kahler (ed.). Beyond the Cold War in the Pacific (La Jolla CA: Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, University of California, San Diego, 1991), 155pp.; series: IGCC Studies in Conflict and Cooperation, Vol. 2.
6645. Anthony, James A., 'Conflict Over Natural Resources in the Pacific', pp.182-247 in Lim Teck Ghee & Mark J. Valencia (eds), Conflict Over Natural Resources in Southeast Asia and the Pacific ( New York & Singapore: Oxford U.P. for the United Nations University, 1990), 256pp.; series: Natural Resources of Southeast Asia.
6646. Armitage, Richard L., 'Regional Security Problems of Southeast Asia in the 1980s: A US Defense Department Perspective', pp.69-74 in Robert A. Scalapino & Jusuf Wanandi (eds), Economic, Political and Security Issues in Southeast Asia in the 1980s ( Berkeley CA: IEAS, 1982), 230pp.; series: Research Papers & Policy Studies No.7.
6647. Ayoob, Mohammed, & Chai-Anan Samudavanija, 'Leadership and Security in Southeast Asia: Exploring General Propositions', pp.256-277 in Mohammed Ayoob & Chai-Anan Samudavanija (eds), Leadership Perceptions and National Security: The Southeast Asia Experience (Singapore: ISEAS, 1989), 277pp.; series: Issues in Southeast Asian Security.
6648. Buzan Barry, "'The Southeast Asian Security Complex'", CSEA, Vol. 10, No. 1, June 1988, pp.1-16.
6649. Buzan, Barry, 'The Concept of National Security for Developing Countries'. pp.1-28 in Mohammed Ayoob & Chai-Anan Samudavanija (eds) Leadership Perceptions and National Security: The Southeast Asian Experience (Singapore: ISEAS, 1989), 277pp.; series: Issues in Southeast Asian Security.
6650. Chee, Stephen, 'Southeast Asia in 1988: Portents for the Future', pp.3-36 in Southeast Asian Affairs 1989 (Singapore: ISEAS, 1989), 368pp.
6651. Cheong, Yong Mun, "'Leadership Succession and Security in Southeast Asia'", CSEA, Vol. 11. No. 2, September 1989. pp.115-137.
6652. Chinwanno, Chulacheeb, 'Threats to Southeast Asia: A Thai Perspective', pp.369-380 in Pacific Regional Security: The 1985 Pacific Symposium ( Washington DC: NDU Press, 1988). 619pp.
6653. Cohen, Stephen P., 'Leadership and the Management of National Security: An Overview'. pp.29-56 in Mohammed Ayoob & Chai-Anan Samudavanija (eds) Leadership Perceptions and National Security: The Southeast Asian Experience (Singapore: ISEAS, 1989). 277pp.; series: Issues in Southeast Asian Security.
6654. Das, Parimal Kumar, 'Security Environment in Southeast Asia', pp.32-38 in Parimal Kumar Das (ed.), The Troubled Region: Issues of Peace and Development in Southeast Asia ( New Delhi, Newbury Park CA & London: Sage Publications India, 1987), 330pp.
6655. Dibb, Paul, 'The Interest of the Soviet Union in the Region: Implications for Regional Security', pp.47-77 in T. B. Millar (ed.), International Security in the Southeast Asian and Southwest Pacific Region (St Lucia [ Brisbane], London & New York: University of Queensland Press, 1983). 317pp.
6656. Djiwandono, J. Soedjati, 'The SDI and the Security of Southeast Asia: An Indonesian Perspective', pp.195-212 in Jae Kyu Park & Byung-joon Ahn (eds), The Strategic Defence Initiative:Its Implications for Asia and the Pacific

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  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in Law and Political Science ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents Overview v
  • Detailed Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xv
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Part I - East Asia and the Pacific 1
  • 1 - Regional Overview 3
  • 2 - The Superpowers, 1980-1991 26
  • 3 - Canada 43
  • Part II - Northeast Asia and the North Pacific Ocean 45
  • 4 - Regional Overview 47
  • 5 - The Korean Peninsula 57
  • 6 - North Korea 74
  • 7 - South Korea 86
  • 8 - Japan 110
  • 9 - China 165
  • 10 - Taiwan 238
  • 11 - Hong Kong 253
  • Part III - Southeast Asia 257
  • 12 - Regional Overview 259
  • 13 - Asean Overview 279
  • 14 - Burma (myanmar) 300
  • 15 - Indochina Overview 306
  • 16 - Vietnam 315
  • 17 - Laos 324
  • 18 - Cambodia 327
  • 19 - Thailand 350
  • 20 - The Philippines 364
  • 21 - Brunei 390
  • 22 - Malaysia 392
  • 23 - Singapore 399
  • 24 - Indonesia 404
  • Part IV - Oceania 419
  • 25 - Papua New Guinea 421
  • 26 - The Pacific Islands 425
  • 27 - Australia 451
  • 29 - New Zealand 485
  • Appendix - Publishers, Periodicals and Research Institutions 493
  • Author Index - Including Editors and Interviewees 499
  • Subject Index 529
  • About the Compiler 553
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