Arms, Transparency, and Security in South-East Asia

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Bates Gill, J. N. Mak
Oxford University Press, 1997 - Political Science - 152 pages
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Drawing together the work of eight experts on the arms trade and Asia-Pacific security affairs, Arms Trade, Transparency and Security in South-East Asia presents analysis and extensive data related to the arms trade and defence policy transparency mechanisms in South-East Asia. It also includes a de facto regional arms register for South-East Asia covering the period 1970-96, and will prove useful to security analysts and policy-makers seeking new approaches to transparency and confidence-building in South-East Asia.
 

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Contents

A conceptual framework for arms trade transparency
10
1 Theoretical framework for an arms register as a
23
1 SLOCs in SouthEast Asia
31
The ASEAN way and transparency in SouthEast Asia
38
Approaches to armsrelated transparency
44
Objectives and functions
58
Areas of consensus
65
Points of departure
72
Development of defence White Papers in the AsiaPacific
79
the SIPRI experience
93
Siemon T Wezeman and the SIPRI Arms Transfers Project
101
About the contributors
141
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About the author (1997)

Bates Gill is at Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, California. J. N. Mak is at MIMA, Maritime Security and Diplomacy Program.