Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia

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    Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia
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    xi, 200 p. : ill., charts
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    ASEAN, APSC, ASCC, ASEAN countries, human security, national security, politics, conflicts, ethnic groups, Islam, Muslims, civil rights, Thai politics, indigenous population, minority groups, human rights, ethnic minorities, boundaries, migration, illegal immigration, Southeast Asia, Myanmar, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia
Compiles 10 articles relating to human security, insecurities, and non-traditional security in Southeast Asia. Discusses on safety, risk, uncertainty and trust. Mentions the marginalization of Orang Asli and Penan in Malaysia in terms of legal, political and economic development. Presents Islamist militancy in Indonesia. Examines human and national security in Southeast Asia, such as people living in borderlands, coastal and maritime space of Sabah in Malaysia, risks associated with irregular migration, historical roots of conflict of Mindanao, and the impact of agribusiness plantation economy to indigenous people in the Philippines. Investigates implications of ASEAN way in case of humanitarian situations in Myanmar, human insecurity contributed by political unrest in Thailand, and roadmap to people-oriented ASEAN.


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