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Piracy in Southeast Asia

Status, Issues, and Responses

Derek Johnson and Mark Valencia

Publication Year: 2005

In the Southeast Asian context where the incidence and violence of piracy have been growing and where maritime terrorism is a threat with potentially horrific consequences, there is an urgent need to come up with innovative ways to counter maritime violence. Beyond providing a solid foundation for the analysis of maritime piracy in Southeast Asia, the book also gives considerable attention to the challenges of regional cooperation. It is indeed regional cooperation that can make a major impact on piracy if more effective collaboration can be negotiated. The immediate practical challenge that emerges clearly from the contributions to this book is the need to continue to support initiatives to build trust and cooperation at the regional level in Southeast Asia.

Published by: ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute

Cover

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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright Page

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pp. 2-5

Table of Contents

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pp. 6-7

Contributors

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pp. 8-9

Introduction: Research on Southeast Asian Piracy by Derek Johnson, Erika Pladdet and Mark J. Valencia

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pp. 10-21

1. Roots of Contemporary Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia by Adam J. Young

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pp. 22-54

2. The Scourge of Piracy in Southeast Asia: Can Any Improvements be Expected in the Near Future? by P. Mukundan

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pp. 55-65

3. Ships Can Be Dangerous, Too: Coupling Piracy and Terrorism in Southeast Asia’s Maritime Security Framework by Graham Gerard Ong

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pp. 66-97

4. Piracy and Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Similarities, Differences and Their Implications by Mark J. Valencia

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pp. 98-123

5. Piracy and Politics in Southeast Asia by Mark J. Valencia

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pp. 124-142

6. Piracy in Asia: International Co-operation and Japan’s Role by Greg Chaikin

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pp. 143-163

7. Combating Piracy: Co-operation Needs, Efforts, and Challenges by Hasjim Djalal

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pp. 164-180

8. Conclusion: Towards an Agenda for Piracy Research by Derek Johnson and Mark Valencia

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pp. 181-187

Index

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pp. 188-195


E-ISBN-13: 9789812305893
Print-ISBN-13: 9789812303264

Page Count: 174
Publication Year: 2005

Edition: 1

OCLC Number: 646984882
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Subject Headings

  • Piracy -- Southeast Asia.
  • Terrorism -- Southeast Asia.
  • Piracy -- Southeast Asia -- Prevention.
  • Southeast Asia -- History -- 1945-.
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