Asian	Security	Reassessed	(Conflicts	over	Natural	Resources	and	the	Environment)
E-Books

Asian Security Reassessed (Conflicts over Natural Resources and the Environment)

by Clevo Wilson ; Clem Tisdell

This book traces changes in the concept of security in Asia from realist to cooperative, comprehensive, and human security approaches, and assesses a number of policy alternatives to management of both old and new security threats. It surveys not only orthodox security threats such as tensions between regional powers or armed ethnic antagonists but also new sources of anxiety such as resource scarcity, economic instability, irregular migration, community fragmentation, and international terrorism. Security policies of major powers such as China, Japan, and the United States, and the moderating roles of regional organizations such as ASEAN, ARF, SCO, and KEDO are evaluated in historical and contemporary perspectives. Contributors proffer policy-relevant insights where appropriate. The book concludes that traditional security approaches remain valid but need to be adapted to the new challenges, and offers suggestions for incorporating fresh Asian security perceptions into the agendas of policy-makers, analysts, and scholars.
          

          

          

          

Refer to this link for list of supported app: Click here!


Disclaimer: Our supplier will reach out via email with redemption process and code.


For any enquiries regarding E-books from Alkem, please contact support@alkem.com.sg


Status: Available For Purchase

Regular price
SGD 7.81
Sale price
SGD 7.81
Regular price
SGD 7.81
Unit price
per 
Tax included.

Delivered within 5 business days

Product Details

  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Publication Date : 2006-02-08
  • Product Code : 9789812307101C08

About Author

Clevo Wilson ; Clem Tisdell

Clevo Wilson is a Lecturer in the School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ; Clem Tisdell is Professor of Economics at The University of Queensland, Brisbane.