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