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Globalization and its implications for Southeast Asian security : a Vietnamese perspective
In recent years, globalization has emerged as one of the most widely debated issues among Vietnamese politicians and academics. Globalization is seen as facilitating increasing flows of capital, goods, services and ideas ...
Humanitarian intervention & peacekeeping as issues for Asia-Pacific security
This paper examines trends in humanitarian intervention and peacekeeping in the Asia-Pacific in the light of the increasing emphasis on these issues at the global level. Particular attention is given to the position adopted ...
Natural resource management and environmental security in Southeast Asia : a case study of clean water supplies to Singapore
The concept of environmental security in Southeast Asia has assumed greater urgency in recent years. The Southeast Asian environmental crisis has long been a matter of concern at the regional level - long before the onset ...
The cost and benefits model of union membership
This paper argues that, where workers can free-ride to enjoy union benefits without becoming members of trade unions, the labour movement must use non-collective bargaining benefits to entice workers to join unions. ...
Singapore, Malaysia and the Water Issue: A Concern Desecuritised
This paper focuses on one core issue: is Singapore’s water security vulnerable? The answer to that question will determine the prospect for conflict between Singapore and Malaysia over water. In recent years, a number of ...
The future of the ASEAN regional forum
My attention to this issue was prompted by recent reports that the George W. Bush Administration is re-thinking its relationship to the main regional groupings – ASEAN, the ARF and APEC – as part of a larger review of US ...