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Human security in Southeast Asia

Yukiko Nishikawa

Human security in Southeast Asia

by Yukiko Nishikawa

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Published by Routledge in Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • ASEAN,
  • National security -- Southeast Asia,
  • Security, International -- Southeast Asia,
  • Human rights -- Southeast Asia,
  • Southeast Asia -- Politics and government,
  • Southeast Asia -- Strategic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementYukiko Nishikawa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA832.8 .N57 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23962654M
    ISBN 109780415478687, 9780203850459
    LC Control Number2009049653

    ““Re-visioning Human Security in Southeast Asia” In Asian Perspectives” by Mely Caballero-Anthony. NTS Centre / Journal Articles. 31 December   A key conclusion of the book is that human security in Southeast Asia is constrained by the limited number of avenues for society to influence state policy through dialogue and debate (p. ). Further, the author argues that human security does not require foreign interventions if it can be achieved through domestic political processes (p. ).

    Regional Cooperation for Peace and Development: Japan and South Korea in Southeast Asia Books and Reports Japan and South Korea have achieved little in the field of traditional security cooperation to date despite their shared strategic situation of US alliance and significant security challenges. 27 November IR of Southeast Asia 5 Human security in Southeast Asia International authority on refugees United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Refugees in Southeast Asia Refugees of the Indochina Wars Vietnamese, Cambodians, Hmong from the Laos, ‘forced’ repatriation by the Thai authorities.

    Rethinking Human Security in Southeast (SE) Asia Zarina Othman 81 financial crisis, at least one business is still booming: the trade in narcotics from the Golden Triangle.‛4 Interwoven with the illegal drug trafficking is the trafficking in human beings, in which women and children (and sometimes men) are forced to becomeAuthor: Zarina Othman. This book will be of much interest to students, academics, analysts, practitioners and policy-makers interested in regionalism, regional organisations the evolution of human protection norms in the regions of Southeast Asia and Africa.


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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and : Nishikawa, Yukiko. By the Numbers: Human Security in Southeast Asia by cogitASIA Staff • Janu • 1 Comment Human security conditions continue to be a major concern across Southeast Asia, and this week we take a look at migrant workers, refugees, and other transnational flows of people across the region.

This book is a collection of work by scholars currently pursuing research on human security and insecurities in Southeast Asia. It deals with a set of ‘insecurities’ that is not readily understood or measurable. As such, it conceptually locates the threats and impediments to ‘human security’ within.

From the reviews: “Human Security: Securing East Asia’s Future, edited by Benny Teh Cheng Guan, and provides further insights into the complexities and challenges of human security in East Asian states. deserve a wide readership among academics, scholars, and students who are interested in international relations, human rights, and Asia studies.” (Kai Chen, Southeast Asian Studies.

the book are human (in)securities of indigenous peoples in Southeast Asia. Specificially, chapter 3 authored by Zawawi Ibrahim brings a discussion about deterritorialization of the Orang Asli and the Penan in Malaysia.

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It deals with a set of ‘insecurities’ that. But as important as human security is in Asia, national security also remains an important issue in light of the unpredictability and instability in North Korea, China's bellicose behaviour with its neighbors in the South China Sea, border disputes between Cambodia and Thailand, and the ongoing tense relations between most of the countries of.

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