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Borderlands of Southeast Asia

Defense Department

Borderlands of Southeast Asia

Geopolitics, Terrorism and Globalization

by Defense Department

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Published by Defense Department .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL25566996M
ISBN 100160886783
ISBN 109780160886782
OCLC/WorldCa740629633

  Chapters share the approach to Southeast Asian history and historiography: namely, giving "agency" to Southeast Asia in all research, analysis, writing, and interpretation. The book honours John K. Whitmore, a senior historian in the field of Southeast Asian history today, by demonstrating the scope and breadth of the scholar’s influence on.   Is the process of state building a unilateral, national venture, or is it something more collaborative, taking place in the interstices between adjoining countries? To answer this question, Asymmetrical Neighbors takes a comparative look at the state building process along China, Myanmar, and Thailand's common borderland area.

  This book is an important and timely contribution to the literature on peace and conflict in Myanmar, and Kachin history and socio-political dynamics. Its value is further enhanced by some excellent photographs (including for example those by Martin Smith, pp. 63, 68). Book Description: In a completely new approach to borders and border crossing, this volume suggests a re-conceptualization of the nation in Southeast Asia. Choosing an actor approach, the individual chapters in this volume capture the narratives of minorities, migrants and refugees who inhabit and cross borders as part of their everyday life.

Covering two hundred years, this groundbreaking book brings together essays on borderlands by leading experts in the modern history of the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia to offer the first historical study of borderlands with a global reach.   The internet is full of reading lists with titles like “10 MUST READ books about backpacking Southeast Asia!” This is not one of those lists. This is a list of 9 great introductions to the history and culture of Southeast Asia. These books have been chosen because they walk the middle ground between heavy history tomes and easy tour guidebooks.


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The Borderlands of Southeast Asia. Geopolitics, Terrorism, and Globalization. The Borderlands of Southeast Asia. Clad, McDonald, and Vaughn. Borderlands of Southeast Asia book by James Clad, Sean M. McDonald, and Bruce Vaughn.

s an academic field in its own right, the topic of border studies is. experiencing a revival in university geography courses as well as in. The Borderlands of Southeast Asia: Geopolitics, Terrorism, and Globalization [National Defense University Press, Clad, James, McDonald, Sean M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Borderlands of Southeast Asia: Geopolitics, Terrorism, and GlobalizationAuthor: National Defense University Press.

As an academic field in its own right, the topic of border studies is experiencing a revival in university geography courses as well as in wider political commentary.

Until recently, border studies in contemporary Southeast Asia appeared as an afterthought at best to the politics of interstate rivalry and national consolidation. The maps set out all agreed postcolonial lines.

The Borderlands of Southeast Asia: Geopolitics, Terrorism and Globalization National Defense University (U.S.), James Clad, Institute for National Strategic Studies (U.S.), Sean M. McDonald, Bruce Vaughn The contributors to this book emphasize a mix of heritage and history as the primary leitmotif for contemporary border rivalries and dynamics.

The Borderlands of Southeast Asia by Sean M McDonald,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Edited by Mark Bender, a specialist of Chinese literature and folklore at The Ohio State University, this book is a collection of poems penned by writers from various Asian border regions—Northeast India, Myanmar, the Southwest and Inner Asian frontiers of China, and Mongolia.

Book Description This book provides a glimpse into the different emergent borderland prototypes in East and Southeast Asia, with illustrative cases and discussions. His research interests include ethnic politics in China, China's relations with Southeast Asia, and the politics of state formation in the borderland area between China, Myanmar, and Thailand.

He is the author of Contestation and Adaptation: The Politics of National Identity in : Enze Han. This book is a collection of insights from experts of various fields, and will entail discussions of the recurring haze problem in Southeast discusses multiple aspects of the haze problem.

What is the cause of the haze. Who are the perpetrators and victims. What are the impacts and costs of the haze. This book provides a glimpse into the different emergent borderland prototypes in East and Southeast Asia, with illustrative cases and discussions.

Asia has contained a number of reactivated border zones since the end of the Cold War, borders which have witnessed ever greater human activity, concerning trade, commerce, tourism, and other forms. Book description: In a completely new approach to borders and border crossing, this volume suggests a re-conceptualization of the nation in Southeast Asia.

Choosing an actor approach, the individual chapters in this volume capture the narratives of minorities, migrants. The Asian Borderlands Research Network has been developed in order to recognise the links, both historical and contemporary, that connect people in these borderlands, focusing on the border regions between South Asia, Central Asia, East Asia, and Southeast Asia, where the prevailing notions of area studies have been particularly limiting.

The biggest international online bookstore in Thailand. Find promotions or pre-order book, eBook, magazine, eMagazine, stationery and more. This book is in the Cambria Sinophone World Series headed by Victor H.

Mair (University of Pennsylvania). This unprecedented volume presents important cultural works from the borders, margins, buffer zones, transitional areas, and frontiers from within and around the mega-states of China and India, subsumed within the larger geo-political constructs of East Asia, Southeast Asia.

Displaced populations in Burma's borderlands: when are borders a significant barrier or means of protection / Rhoda Margesson ; Center-periphery relations and borders in western New Guinea / Patricia O'Brien and Bruce Vaughn ; China and Southeast Asia: a shifting zone of interaction /.

In addition to situating the book’s studies and arguments both conceptually and territorially within ongoing debates about Zomia (Willem van Schendel: “Geographies of knowing, geographies of ignorance: Jumping scale in Southeast Asia,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, no.

20 []; James Scott, The Art of Not Being Governed. Get this from a library. The borderlands of Southeast Asia: geopolitics, terrorism, and globalization. [James Clad; Sean M McDonald; Bruce Vaughn; National Defense University.

Institute for National Strategic Studies.;] -- As an academic field in its own right, the topic of border studies is experiencing a revival in university geography courses as well as in wider political commentary. borderlands of Southeast Asia. We invite papers that – from different theoretical and methodological perspectives – engage with questions related to the patterns of demand and industries driving booms, the structure of cross-border exchange, the modes of accumulation, the spatiotemporal dynamics.

However, in recent times, there has been an increased interest in borders beyond such ceremonial aspects and Pradeep Damodaran’s book Borderlands: Travels Across India’s Boundaries is part of that interest. Borderlands, for the author, are spaces of ambiguity where people’s identities are “trapped between two distinct national.

This book explores the India–Myanmar relationship in terms of ethnicity, security and connectivity. Without doubt, these are the three most important issues determining life and society, politics and economy in this long borderland zone, where India begins to look less and less India and more and more like the highlands of Southeast Asia.

BOOK REVIEW Centering the Margin, Agency and Narrative in Southeast Asian Borderlands Alexander Horstmann and Reed L. Wadley (eds.)() Berghahn Books, New York, Oxford, (ISBN 1 .borderlands of southeast asia geopolitics terrorism and globalization Grouping Author: james clad sean m mcdonald and bruce vaughn Grouping Category: book Last Grouping Update: PM Last Indexed: AM Solr Details.

accelerated_reader_interest_level.Historical survey of borders in Southeast Asia / David Lee Borderlands, terrorism, and insurgency in Southeast Asia / Zachary Abuza The maritime borderlands: terrorism, piracy, pollution, and poaching in the South China Sea / David Rosenberg.