Insular Southeast Asia a Bibliographic Survey

Insular Southeast Asia  a Bibliographic Survey

Tilman , in Asian Survey , v . 10 , no . 10 ( October 1970 ) 900-909 . " With violent
student demonstrations in Manila capturing the headlines in early 1970 , it
probably appeared that all the Philippines was teetering on the brink of a
massive ...

Author: United States. Department of the Army

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00139591W

Category: Asia, Southeastern

Page: 419

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Area Handbook for Japan

Area Handbook for Japan

Japanese Treaty Patterns , ” Asian Survey , XII , No.3 , March 1972 , 242-258 .
Adams , T.F.M. , and Kobayashi , D. The World of Japanese Business . Tokyo :
Kodansha International , 1969 . Axelbank , Albert . Black Star over Japan : Rising
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Author: Donald P. Whitaker

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ISBN: UIUC:30112106622498

Category: Japan

Page: 672

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Asia Southern

Asia  Southern

Increasing concern is being voiced by human - rights groups over alleged
atrocities by paramilitary and police forces in Kashmir . Meyer , Ralph C . and
Malcolm , David S . Voting in India . Asian Survey 33 : 507 - 519 May ' 93 . Mohan
, Anand ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105070235564

Category: South Asia

Page: 69

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Burma a Country Study

Burma  a Country Study

Burma 1978 : The Thirtieth Year of Independence , ” Asian Survey , 19 , No . 2 ,
February 1979 , 147 – 56 . - “ Burma 1979 : Reversing the Trend , ” Asian Survey
, 20 , No . 2 , February 1980 , 168 – 75 . Silverstein , Josef . “ Burma in 1980 : An ...

Author: Frederica M. Bunge

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ISBN: MINN:31951003068697K

Category: Burma

Page: 326

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Asian Survey

Asian Survey

Author: Aree Somboondamrongkul

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ISBN: OCLC:1223398522

Category: Asia

Page: 163

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Categories: Asia

Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

Author: Venkat Iyer

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ISBN: 9971905906

Category: Freedom of information

Page: 185

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Categories: Freedom of information

Asian survey

Asian survey

Author: Donald B. Childe

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ISBN: LCCN:98153224

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Page: 61

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Burma Redux

Burma Redux

Frank N. Trager, “Burma: 1967 – A Better Ending than Beginning,” Asian Survey
8:2 (1968), 110–19, p.111. Perry, Myanmar (Burma) since 1962, p.27. Jon A.
Wiant and David I. Steinberg, “Burma: e Military and National Development,” in J.

Author: Ian Holliday

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231504249

Category: Political Science

Page: 304

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Contemporary Myanmar faces a number of political challenges, and it is unclear how other nations should act in relation to the country. Prioritizing the opinions of local citizens and reading them against the latest scholarship on this issue, Ian Holliday affirms the importance of foreign interests in Myanmar's democratic awakening, yet only through committed, grassroots strategies of engagement encompassing foreign states, international aid agencies, and global corporations. Holliday supports his argument by using multiple sources and theories, particularly ones that take historical events, contemporary political and social investigations, and global justice literature into account, as well as studies that focus on the effects of democratic transition, the aid industry, and socially responsible corporate investing and sanctions. One of the only volumes to apply broad-ranging global justice theories to a real-world nation in flux, Burma Redux will appeal to professionals researching Burma/Myanmar; political advisers and advocacy groups; nonspecialists interested in Southeast Asian politics and society and the local and international problems posed by pariah states; general readers who seek a richer understanding of the country beyond journalistic accounts; and the Burmese people themselves—both within the country and in diaspora. Burma Redux is also the first book-length study on the nation to be completed after the contentious general elections of 2010.
Categories: Political Science

Contentious Activism and Inter Korean Relations

Contentious Activism and Inter Korean Relations

Asian Survey 36, 1 (1996): 53–60. ———. “The 1985 Parliamentary Election in
South Korea.” Asian Survey 25, no. 9 (1985): 883–97. Koo, Hagen. Korean
Workers: The Culture and Politics of Class Formation. Ithaca: Cornell University
Press, ...

Author: Danielle L. Chubb

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231536325

Category: Political Science

Page: 296

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In South Korea, the contentious debate over relations with the North transcends traditional considerations of physical and economic security, and political activists play a critical role in shaping the discussion of these issues as they pursue the separate yet connected agendas of democracy, human rights, and unification. Providing international observers with a better understanding of policymakers' management of inter-Korean relations, Danielle L. Chubb traces the development of various policy disputes and perspectives from the 1970s through South Korea's democratic transition. Focusing on four case studies—the 1980 Kwangju uprising, the June 1987 uprising, the move toward democracy in the 1990s, and the decade of "progressive" government that began with the election of Kim Dae Jung in 1997—she tracks activists' complex views on reunification along with the rise and fall of more radical voices encouraging the adoption of a North Korean–style form of socialism. While these specific arguments have dissipated over the years, their vestiges can still be found in recent discussions over how to engage with North Korea and bring security and peace to the peninsula. Extending beyond the South Korean example, this examination shows how the historical trajectory of norms and beliefs can have a significant effect on a state's threat perception and security policy. It also reveals how political activists, in their role as discursive agents, play an important part in the creation of the norms and beliefs directing public debate over a state's approach to the ethical and practical demands of its foreign policy.
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The U S Japan and Asia challenges to U S policy

The U S  Japan and Asia   challenges to U S  policy

"Japan's Role in Asia-Pacific Annals of the American Academy of Political and
Social Science 513 (Jan. 1991): 25-37. Olsen, Edward. Japan as America's
Economic Orbis 36.4 (Fall : Olsen, Edward A. American Strategy Asia?" Asian
Survey ...

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Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1428992790

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Nepal and the Geo Strategic Rivalry between China and India

Nepal and the Geo Strategic Rivalry between China and India

L.R. Baral, “Nepal in 1978,” Asian Survey, 19:2, 1979, pp. 202–3. L.R.Baral,
Nepal: Problems of Governance, 1993, p. 167. Parmanand, “China's Nepal
Policy,” IDSA Journal, 17:1, 1984, p. 83 L.R. Baral, “Nepal in 1979,” Asian Survey
, 20:2, ...

Author: Sanjay Upadhya

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136335495

Category: History

Page: 240

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The importance of the Himalayan state of Nepal has been obscured by the international campaign to free Tibet and the vicissitudes of the Sino-Indian rivalry. This book presents the history of Nepal’s domestic politics and foreign relations from ancient to modern times. Analysing newly declassified reports from the United States and Britain, published memoirs, oral recollections and interviews, the book presents the historical interactions between Nepal, China, Tibet and India. It discusses how the ageing and inevitable death of the 14th Dalai Lama, the radicalization of Tibetan diaspora and the ascendancy of the international campaign to free Tibet are of increasing importance to Nepal. With its position between China and India, the book notes how the focus could shift to Nepal, with it being home to some 20,000 Tibetan refugees and its chronic political turmoil, deepened by the Asian giants’ rivalry. Using a chronological approach, the past and present of the rivalry between China and India are studied, and attempts to chart the future are made. The book contributes to a new understanding of the intricate relationship of Nepal with these neighbouring countries, and is of interest to students and scholars of South Asian studies, politics and international relations.
Categories: History

Revolution Reform and Regionalism in Southeast Asia

Revolution  Reform and Regionalism in Southeast Asia

10; Alan Boyd, “Vietnam tightens control on religion,” Asia Times, 4 October 2003
. Supalak Ganjanakhundee ... Yves Bourdet, “Laos in 2000: The Economics of
Political Immobilism,” Asian Survey, vol. 41, no. 1, January–February 2001, pp.

Author: Ronald Bruce St John

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134003464

Category: Political Science

Page: 272

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Based on research carried out over the three decades, this book compares the post-war political economies of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam in the context of their individual and collective impact on contemporary efforts at regional integration. The author highlights the different paths to reform taken by the three neighbours and the effect this has had on regional plans for economic development through the ASEAN and the Greater Mekong Subregion. Through its comparative analysis of the reforms implemented by Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam over the last thirty years, the book draws attention to parallel themes of continuity and change. The author discusses how the three states have demonstrated related characteristics whilst at the same time making different modifications in order to exploit the unique strengths of their individual cultures. Contributing to the contemporary debate over the role of democratic reform in promoting economic development, the book provides a detailed account of the political economies of three states at the heart of Southeast Asia.
Categories: Political Science