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CONFLICT POTENTIAL IN CONTEM[PORARY SOUTHEAST ASIA During 1988-1989, in the face of heavy international diplomatic . Cambodia aside, what, then, are the prospects for peace and stability in Southeast Asia?

CONFLICT POTENTIAL IN CONTEM[PORARY SOUTHEAST ASIA During 1988-1989, in the face of heavy international diplomatic and economic pressure, Viet- nam withdrew the bulk of its military forces from Cambo dia. While numerous problems remain before peace comes to Cambodia, resolving that conflict has now become a problem for Cam- bodians, international humanitarian organizations, and the United Nations to solve. Cambodia aside, what, then, are the prospects for peace and stability in Southeast Asia? In general, two forms of potential conflict exist-and will continue to exist-in the region.

It should be noted from the outset that the book does not provide complete coverage of all missionary fields in Southeast Asia. Readers are invited to follow missionary trails across three specific zones of missionization, each characterized by fairly well-entrenched political and religious belief systems. Both the first zone (which includes Tonkin and Cochinchina in what is now Vietnam) and the second zone (Siam or modern-day Thailand) are marked by the influence of the "triple flower" of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism. The third zone, meanwhile, encompasses the Islamized parts.

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This page includes summaries of Conflict, Stability and Security Fund programmes in the South Asia region. Any data collected is anonymised.

stability and peace, freedom, and recognized sovereignty.

This book looks at major contemporary conflicts -intra and interstate- in Southeast Asia from a conflict management perspective. stability and peace, freedom, and recognized sovereignty.

The author first encountered Southeast Asia as a student and later as a professional. There are constant threats to stability and survival. Inequality is increasing

A powerful examination of the conflicts in Southeast Asia that risk destabilising its remarkable development. See all Product description. The author first encountered Southeast Asia as a student and later as a professional. In this book he argues that the region has a 'Janus face'. Inequality is increasing.

Home Browse Books Book details, Ethnic Conflicts in Southeast Asia. In Southeast Asia, ethnic diversity, social stability, and national unity, have all presented challenges with which all the countries have had to cope from the time of their independence. Ethnic Conflicts in Southeast Asia. By Kusuma Snitwongse, W. Scott Thompson. Thailand, although never colonized, is no exception. Also, without exception, ethnic problems are seen as a threat to the state and/or regime.

Contemporary Conflicts in Southeast Asia Towards a New ASEAN Way of Conflict Management Series: Asia in Transition, Vol. 3 ▶ Approaches conflicts in Southeast Asia from a conflict-management perspective ▶ Sheds new light on the conflicts in the context of area studies. 3 ▶ Approaches conflicts in Southeast Asia from a conflict-management perspective ▶ Sheds new light on the conflicts in the context of area studies/ international security approaches ▶ Contributes to peace and conflict studies with the unique concept of mediation regime ▶ Highlights local. perspectives on the conflicts under study This book looks at major contemporary conflicts -intra and interstate- in Southeast Asia from a conflict management perspective

and to guide the inquiry of the court in seeking an informed resolution of the conflict. The core of the manual.

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