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The making of ethnic and religious conflicts in Southeast Asia

Regional Workshop on Ethnic and Religious Conflict in Southeast Asia (1st 2001 Yogyakarta, Indonesia)

The making of ethnic and religious conflicts in Southeast Asia

cases and resulations [sic]

by Regional Workshop on Ethnic and Religious Conflict in Southeast Asia (1st 2001 Yogyakarta, Indonesia)

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Published by CSPS Books in Yogyakarta, Indonesia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesMaking of ethnic & religious conflicts in Southeast Asia, Cases and resolutions
StatementLambang Trijono, editor.
ContributionsTrijono, Lambang, 1965-, Universitas Gadjah Mada. Pusat Studi Keamanan dan Perdamaian., Southeast Asian Conflict Studies Network.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 290 p. ;
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3339449M
ISBN 109799820308
LC Control Number2004336713

The page book, Race, Islam and Power: Ethnic and Religious Violence in Post-Suharto Indonesia, was published by Monash University Publishing a week before Indonesia’s general elections on.   In late March, a series of orchestrated bomb blasts shook southern Thailand, killing 14 people and drawing the world’s attention to one of Southeast Asia’s longest-running conflicts. The deadly attacks targeted civilians and tourists in the region’s bustling commercial corridors, an ominous sign, say security analysts, that the “low-intensity” insurgency led by Thailand’s ethnic.

This book looks at major contemporary conflicts —intra and interstate— in Southeast Asia from a conflict management perspective. Starting with the view that the conventional ASEAN conflict-management methods have ceased to be effective, it looks for new conflict-management patterns and trends by investigating seven contemporary cases of conflict in the region.   Religion, political manipulation and preferential policies are widening the cultural divide between Malaysia’s ethnic groups and could be hindering the nation’s chances of unity as the next.

Ethnic and religious conflicts in South Âsia. [London]: Institute for the Study of Conflict, [] (OCoLC) Online version: Ghosh, Partha S. (Partha Sarathy), Ethnic and religious conflicts in South Âsia. [London]: Institute for the Study of Conflict, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.   The book aims to examine the making of the nations in Southeast Asia using both historical and political science approaches. Concepts related to nation such as ethnicity, state, indigenism and citizenship have also been analysed in the Southeast Asian context. Specific examples of nation-building in five major Southeast Asian countries are Cited by: 3.


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