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Southeast Asian Affairs 2008
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Since its inception in 1974, Southeast Asian Affairs (SEAA) has been an indispensable annual reference for generations of policy-makers, scholars, analysts, journalists, and others.Succinctly written by regional and international experts, SEAA illuminates significant issues and events of the previous year in each of the Southeast Asian nations and the region as a whole.Southeast Asian Affairs 2008 provides an informed and readable analysis of the events and developments in the region in 2007. In the regional section, the first two articles provide the political and economic overview of Southeast Asia. They are followed by an article on India's geopolitics and Southeast Asia, and two articles on ASEAN. Eleven country reviews as well as four country-specific thematic chapters follow, delving into domestic political, economic, security, and social developments during 2007 and their implications for countries in the region and beyond.

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  • Frontmatter
    pp i-iv
  • Contents
    pp v-vi
  • Foreword
    pp vii-viii
  • Introduction
    pp ix-xxii
    pp 1-2
  • Southeast Asia in 2007: Domestic Concerns, Delicate Bilateral Relations, and Patchy Regionalism
    pp 3-27
    • By Tim Huxley, International Institute for Strategic Studies
  • The Regional Economy: Looking Forward by Looking Back
    pp 28-42
  • India's Geopolitics and Southeast Asian Security
    pp 43-60
  • ASEAN at Forty: A Balance Sheet
    pp 61-70
  • The ASEAN Charter: An Opportunity Missed or One that Cannot Be Missed?
    pp 71-86
    pp 87-88
  • Brunei Darussalam: Making a Concerted Effort
    pp 89-104
    pp 105-106
  • Cambodia: A Decade after the Coup
    pp 107-120
    pp 121-122
  • Indonesia's Year of Living Normally: Taking the Long View on Indonesia's Progress
    pp 123-145
  • Indonesian State-owned Enterprises: The Challenge of Reform
    pp 146-168
  • LAOS
    pp 169-170
  • Laos: At the Crossroads
    pp 171-184
    pp 185-186
  • Malaysia in 2007: Abdullah Administration under Siege
    pp 187-206
  • The Malaysian Economy: Developments and Challenges
    pp 207-222
    • By Denis Hew, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
    pp 245-246
  • Myanmar in 2007: Growing Pressure for Change but the Regime Remains Obdurate
    pp 247-273
    pp 291-292
  • The Philippines: Weak State, Resilient President
    pp 293-312
    pp 313-314

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