1. Singapore's Climate Change Policy: The Limits of Learning
  2. Natasha Hamilton-Hart
  3. pp. 363-384
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  1. How Committed Is PAS to Democracy and How Do We Know It?
  2. William Case
  3. pp. 385-406
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  1. The December 2005 Pengkalan Pasir By-election in Kelantan, Malaysia: An Election with a Difference
  2. A. Rashid Moten
  3. pp. 407-423
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  1. Indo-Myanmar Relations in the Era of Pipeline Diplomacy
  2. Marie Lall
  3. pp. 424-446
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  1. China, the United States, and Mainland Southeast Asia: Opportunism and the Limits of Power
  2. Lawrence E. Grinter
  3. pp. 447-465
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  1. Resource Issues and Ocean Governance in Asia Pacific: An Indonesian Perspective
  2. Dewi Fortuna Anwar
  3. pp. 466-489
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  1. Institutional Arrangements to Counter Human Trafficking in the Asia Pacific
  2. Ralf Emmers, Beth Greener-Barcham, Nicholas Thomas
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  1. A Plastic Nation: The Curse of Thainess in Thai-Burmese Relations (review)
  2. N. Ganesan
  3. pp. 512-515
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  1. Indonesia: The Great Transition (review)
  2. Priyambudi Sulistiyanto
  3. pp. 516-519
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  1. Vietnam's Development Strategies (review)
  2. Danny Wong Tze-Ken
  3. pp. 520-524
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  1. Empire and Neoliberalism in Asia (review)
  2. John Ravenhill
  3. pp. 525-527
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  1. China's Rising Sea Power: The PLA Navy's Submarine Challenge (review)
  2. Lijun Sheng
  3. pp. 528-530
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  1. Beyond Liberal Democracy: Political Thinking for an East Asian Context (review)
  2. Surain Subramaniam
  3. pp. 531-534
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