Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia

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William Ascher, N. Mirovitskaya
Springer, Jun 12, 2013 - Political Science - 347 pages
Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia explores the links between Asian governments' development strategies and the nature and dynamics of inter-group violence, analyzing variations in strategies and their impacts through broad comparative analyses, as well as case studies focused on eight countries.
 

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Contents

Asia in the New Millennium
1
Chapter 2 The Nexus of Economic Strategies and Intergroup Conflict in Asia
47
Examining the Role of Economic Development Policies
99
The Baloch Insurgency in Pakistan
124
A Cautionary Tale
153
The Malaysian Experience
183
A Case Study on Japanese ODA to Vietnam
209
The Cases of Turkey and Uzbekistan
240
Why Economic Aid Helps Lower Violence in Dagestan but not in KabardinoBalkaria
277
Policy Approaches
315
Index
321
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Natalia S. Mirovitskaya is a Senior Research Scholar and Lecturing Fellow in Public Policy at the Duke Center for International Development, USA.