1. Introduction
  2. Khairulanwar Zaini, Malcolm Cook
  3. pp. vii-xvi
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  1. Challenges to Southeast Asian Regionalism in 2018
  2. Leszek Buszynski
  3. pp. 2-20
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  1. Regional Integration in Asia and the Pacific, and Dealing with Short and Long Term Challenges
  2. Jayant Menon
  3. pp. 21-41
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  1. Looking West, Acting East: India's Indo-Pacific Strategy
  2. Rohan Mukherjee
  3. pp. 43-51
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  1. An Australian Vision of the Indo-Pacific and What it Means for Southeast Asia
  2. Rory Medcalf
  3. pp. 53-60
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  1. The Trump Administration's Free and Open Indo-Pacific Approach
  2. Brian Harding
  3. pp. 61-67
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  1. Japan's "Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy" and Its Implication for ASEAN
  2. Tomohiko Satake
  3. pp. 69-82
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  1. Brunei Darussalam: Making Strides with a Renewed Focus on the Future
  2. Mahani Hamdan, Chang-Yau Hoon
  3. pp. 84-102
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  1. Cambodia in 2018: A Year of Setbacks and Successes
  2. Sorpong Peou
  3. pp. 104-119
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  1. Indonesia in 2018: The Calm before the Election Storm
  2. Natalie Sambhi
  3. pp. 122-143
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  1. Indonesia-China Relations: Coming Full Circle?
  2. Dewi Fortuna Anwar
  3. pp. 145-161
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  1. Laos on the Path to Socialism?
  2. Boike Rehbein
  3. pp. 164-176
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  1. Rent Capitalism and Shifting Plantations in the Mekong Borderlands
  2. Yos Santasombat
  3. pp. 177-191
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  1. Malaysia in 2018: The Year of Voting Dangerously
  2. Geoffrey K. Pakiam
  3. pp. 194-210
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  1. GE14 in East Malaysia: MA63 and Marching to a Different Drum
  2. James Chin
  3. pp. 211-222
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  1. Myanmar in 2018: New Democracy Hangs in the Balance
  2. Morten B. Pedersen
  3. pp. 224-241
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  1. Ethnicity, Citizenship and Identity in Post-2016 Myanmar
  2. Moe Thuzar, Darren Cheong
  3. pp. 243-258
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  1. Toxic Democracy? The Philippines in 2018
  2. Nicole Curato
  3. pp. 260-274
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  1. The Rise of China, New Immigrants and Changing Policies on Chinese Overseas: Impact on the Philippines
  2. Teresita Ang See, Carmelea Ang See
  3. pp. 275-294
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  1. Singapore in 2018: Between Uncharted Waters and Old Ghosts
  2. George Wong, Woo Jun Jie
  3. pp. 296-323
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  1. Thailand in 2018: Military Dictatorship under Royal Command
  2. Eugénie Mérieau
  3. pp. 326-340
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  1. Competing Logics: Between Thai Sovereignty and the China Model in 2018
  2. Gregory V. Raymond
  3. pp. 341-358
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  1. Timor-Leste in 2018: An Eventful Year Ends in Tension
  2. Michael Leach
  3. pp. 360-372
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  1. Vietnam in 2018: A Rent-Seeking State on Correction Course
  2. Alexander L. Vuving
  3. pp. 374-393
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  1. Vietnam and Mekong Cooperative Mechanisms
  2. To Minh Thu, Le Dinh Tinh
  3. pp. 395-411
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