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New Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 3/2017

The journal deals with issues such as the urban poor and electoral politics in Jakarta, territorial disputes in Southeast Asia, political authority in Vietnam, and more.

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs Vol. 36, No. 3 (2017)

Research Articles

  • Amalinda Savirani, Edward Aspinall: Adversarial Linkages: The Urban Poor and Electoral Politics in Jakarta
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  • Nicole Jenne: Managing Territorial Disputes in Southeast Asia: Is There More than the South China Sea?
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  • Phimmasone Michael Rattanasengchanh: The Role of Preah Vihear in Hun Sen’s Nationalism Politics, 2008–2013
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  • Adam Fforde, Lada Homutova: Political Authority in Vietnam: Is the Vietnamese Communist Party a Paper Leviathan?
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  • Martin Gainsborough: The Myth of a Centralised Socialist State in Vietnam: What Kind of a Myth?
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Book Reviews

  • Deniz Kocak: Book Review: Nygaard-Christensen, Maj, and Angie Bexley, Fieldwork in Timor-Leste: Understanding Social Change through Practice
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  • Felma Joy Tadios-Arenas: Book Review: Aguilar Jr., Filomeno V., Migration Revolution: Philippine Nationhood and Class Relations in a Globalized Age
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  • Antje Missbach: Book Review: Tapsell, Ross, Media Power in Indonesia: Oligarchs, Citizens and the Digital Revolution
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