Post-Conflict Development in East Asia

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Assoc Prof Brendan M Howe
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Feb 12, 2014 - Political Science - 266 pages
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This volume critically assesses measurements of success in East Asian post-conflict development from a human-centered perspective. This involves a major re-evaluation of accepted accounts of domestic governance and international relations in East Asia from both a comparative and inter-disciplinary viewpoint. This book is rich in case studies and provides policy prescriptions for East Asian donors and actors in an effort to provide Asian solutions for Asian problems.
 

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Contents

Security PostConflict Development and Good Governance
15
the Case
33
foreign assistance
53
Human Security and PostConflict Development in Taiwan
71
PostConflict Developments in the Vietnamese ContextReform Conflict
91
Human security in PostCold War Cambodia
117
Oligarchic Rule Ethnocratic Tendencies and Armed Conflict
137
From Authoritarian to Democratic Models of PostConflict
155
huMan sECurITy
175
What
195
Human security in Building the asean Community
221
Index
237
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Brendan M. Howe, Ewha Womans University, Korea.

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