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Piracy in Southeast Asia: status, issues, and responses

Author: Johnson, Derek ; Valencia, Mark J.Corporate author:Institute of Southeast Asian Studies ; International Institute for Asian Studies Series: IIAS-ISEAS series on maritime issues and piracy in Asia Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005. ; International Institute for Asian Studies, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 174 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 981230276XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print JX5420 .P57 2005
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Piracy in Southeast Asia Status, Issues, and Responses Contents Contributors Introduction: Research on Southeast Asian Piracy by Derek Johnson, Erika Pladdet and Mark J. Valencia 1. Roots of Contemporary Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia by Adam J. Young 2. The Scourge of Piracy in Southeast Asia: Can Any Improvements be Expected in the Near Future? by P. Mukundan 3. Ships Can Be Dangerous, Too: Coupling Piracy and Terrorism in Southeast Asia's Maritime Security Framework by Graham Gerard Ong 4. Piracy and Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Similarities, Differences, and Their Implications by Mark J. Valencia 5. Piracy and Politics in Southeast Asia by Mark J. Valencia Piracy in Asia: International Co-operation and Japan's Role by Greg Chaikin Combating Piracy: Co-operation Needs, Efforts, and Challenges by Hasjim Djalal vii ix 1 34 45 77 103 6. 122 7. 143 vi 8. Conclusion: Towards an Agenda for Piracy Research by Derek Johnson and Mark J. Valencia Index Contents 160 167

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