A Handbook of Terrorism and Insurgency in Southeast Asia

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Andrew T. H. Tan
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Social Science - 520 pages
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This is an important and worthwhile book that should be read by anyone seeking to understand the history and evolution of political violence in Southeast Asia, including the origins of contemporary militant Islamist terrorism. Paul J. Smith, Contemporary
 

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Contents

1 Terrorism and insurgency in Southeast Asia
3
the emergence of postmodern terrorism
26
a survey
45
PART II THE CHALLENGE OF RADICAL ISLAM
61
4 Militant Javabased Islamist movements
63
5 Jemaah Islamiah according to PUPJI
76
6 Suicide terrorism and Southeast Asia
104
199820021
122
13 The MalayMuslim insurgency in Southern Thailand
266
14 Separatism in Papua
279
from separatism to federalism
293
PART IV STATE TERRORISM
323
16 State terrorism in Arakan
325
victims or terrorists?
352
18 East Timor under Indonesian occupation 197599
374
PART V COMMUNIST INSURGENCY
403

8 Jihad in Maluku
146
9 AlMaunah and KMM in Malaysia
167
10 Radical Muslim terrorism in the Philippines
194
PART III ARMED SEPARATIST INSURGENCIES
223
11 Separatist insurgency in the southern Philippines
225
phases of conflict and hopes for peace
248
19 The communist insurgency in the Philippines
405
PART VI COUNTERTERRORISM
435
threat and response
437
21 The triad of twentyfirst century counterterrorism
451
Index
467
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