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Volume 2008

Table of Contents

From: Southeast Asian Affairs

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Foreword

Foreword

p. vii

Introduction

Introduction

pp. ix-xxii

The Region

Southeast Asia in 2007: Domestic Concerns, Delicate Bilateral Relations, and Patchy Regionalism

pp. 3-27

The Regional Economy: Looking Forward by Looking Back

pp. 28-42

India's Geopolitics and Southeast Asian Security

pp. 43-60

ASEAN at Forty

ASEAN at Forty: A Balance Sheet

pp. 61-70

The ASEAN Charter: An Opportunity Missed or One that Cannot Be Missed?

pp. 71-85

Brunei Darussalam

Brunei Darussalam: Making a Concerted Effort

pp. 89-104

Cambodia

Cambodia: A Decade after the Coup

pp. 107-120

Indonesia

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. 146-167

Laos

Laos: At the Crossroads

pp. 171-183

Malaysia

Malaysia in 2007: Abdullah Administration under Siege

pp. 187-206

The Malaysian Economy: Developments and Challenges

pp. 207-222

"Developmental" States and Economic Growth at the Sub-National Level: The Case of Penang

pp. 223-244

Myanmar

Myanmar in 2007: Growing Pressure for Change but the Regime Remains Obdurate

pp. 247-273

Responding to Strategies and Programmes of Myanmar's Military Regime: An Economic Viewpoint

pp. 274-290

The Phillipines

The Philippines: Weak State, Resilient President

pp. 293-312

Singapore

Singapore: Success at Home, Challenges from Abroad

pp. 315-330

Thailand

Thailand: State of Anxiety

pp. 333-356

Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste: A Year of Democratic Elections

pp. 359-372

Vietnam

Vietnam: Arriving in the World —and at a Crossroads

pp. 375-393

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