Terrorism and violence in Southeast Asia : transnational challenges to state and regional stability

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Smith, Paul J( 1965-)
Format: Book
Published: New Delhi: Pentagon Press, 2005.
Online Access:http://doc.idfr.gov.my/cyber/ShowDoc.asp?DocNo=198
Table of Contents:
  • Transnational violence in the Asia-Pacific: an overview of current trends / Alan Dupont
  • Militant Islamic extremism in Southeast Asia / Peter Chalk
  • Al-Qaeda comes to Southeast Asia / Zachary Abuza
  • Understanding al-Qaeda and its network in Southeast Asia / Rohan Gunaratna
  • Al-Qaeda and political terrorism in Southeast Asia / Carlyle A. Thayer
  • Terrorism and the political landscape in Indonesia: the fragile post-Bali consensus / Anthony L. Smith
  • The Philippines and the challenge of international terrorism / Paul A. Rodell
  • Countering radical Islam in Southeast Asia: the need to confront the functional and ideological enabling environment / Kumar Ramakrishna
  • Terrorism and transnational organized crime: tracing the crime-terror nexus in Southeast Asia / Tamara Makarenko
  • Trading the tools of terror: armed groups and light weapons proliferation in Southeast Asia / David Capie
  • Border security and transnational violence in Southeast Asia / Paul J. Smith
  • Media, information revolution, and terrorism in Southeast Asia / Shyam Tekwani