Dosch, Jörn
January 2010
Regional Outlook;2010/2011 Southeast, p3
Academic Journal
The article provides security and political outlook for Southeast Asian nations. It examines the natural disasters that struck several nations such as Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam, which resulted to thousands of deaths. It also notes several issues concerning regional policy particularly the overlapping territorial claims in the South China Sea. It also provides an overview of the involvement of the U.S., Japan and China in the management of regional order.


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