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by Chandran Jeshurun
1. The International Arms Trade, Arms Imports, and Local Defence Production in ASEAN. 3. Indonesia's Defence Industry: Its Role, Mission, and Set-Up. 4. The Singapore Defence Industries: Motivations,.
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Clad and Marshall, "Southeast Asia's Quiet Arms Race. Andrew L. Ross, "The International Arms Trade, Arms Imports, and Local Defence Production in ASEAN," in Chandran Jeshurun, e. Arms and Defence in Southeast Asia (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1989), pp. 1-41. 17. Singapore Ministry of Defence, Defence of Singapore 1992-1993 (Singapore: Public Afairs Department, Ministry of Defence, August 1992), p. 46.
In Ahmad, Abu Talib and Liok, Tan Ee (ed., New Terrains in Southeast Asian History, pp. 3–29. Singapore: Singapore University Press.
My primary objective is to outline the displaced politics – of both academic and realpolitik varieties – embedded in deconstructive and dismissive critiques of both Southeast Asia and ASEAN. Siddique, Sharon, Jeshurun, Chandran, Rajah, Ananda, Tan, Joseph . and Thambipillai, Pushpa (ed. In Ahmad, Abu Talib and Liok, Tan Ee (ed.
Publisher:Regional Strategic Studies Programme, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 58 lbs. You Might Also Enjoy
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Exploring Southeast Asia's Twenty-First Century Defence Economies: Opportunites and Challenges in the . He is author of many books on defence issues. Emrys Chew is Assistant Professor at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University.
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The Southeast Asian Treaty Organization was established at the Manila . and Kent Calder, Pacific Defense: Arms, Energy, and America’s Future in Asia (New York: Morrow, 1996)Book.
The Southeast Asian Treaty Organization was established at the Manila Conference of 1954 largely on the model of NATO, but failed because members found internal subversion rather than compelling external threats as their primary security concerns. The Australia-New Zealand-U.
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (December 31, 1989)