South-East Asia: A Political Profile
Oxford University Press, 2001 - 444페이지
In addition to outlining the political processes and institutions of the countries in Southeast Asia, this valuable volume traces their past and explains how they have transformed themselves into the countries they are today. It is the perfect text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Asian studies, political science, and history. It is also the ideal book for all those desiring a better understanding of the intricate political society of Southeast Asia.
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Constructing the Modern State
Authority and Legitimacy
Economic and Political Development
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