Contemporary	Southeast	Asia	Vol.	38/1	(April	2016)	(Women	and	Development,	Not	Gender	and	Politics:	Explaining	ASEAN's	Failure	to	Engage	with	the	Women,	Peace	and	Security	Agenda)
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Contemporary Southeast Asia Vol. 38/1 (April 2016) (Women and Development, Not Gender and Politics: Explaining ASEAN's Failure to Engage with the Women, Peace and Security Agenda)

by Mathew Davies

Contemporary Southeast Asia (CSEA) is one of the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute"s flagship publications. Now in its fourth decade of publication, CSEA has succeeded in building up an international reputation as one of Southeast Asia"s premier academic journals. The aim of the peer reviewed journal is to provide subscribers with up to date and in-depth analysis of critical trends and developments in Southeast Asia and the wider Asia-Pacific region. The primary focus of the journal is on issues related to domestic politics in Southeast Asian countries, regional architecture and community building, military, strategic and security affairs, conflict zones and relations among the Great Powers. CSEA publishes authoritative, insightful and original contributions from scholars, think-tank analysts, journalists and policy-makers from across the globe. The Editorial Committee is guided by the advice of the International Advisory Committee which is composed of eminent scholars from Asia, the United States, Australia and Europe.


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  • Publisher : ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
  • Publication Date : 2016-04-04
  • Product Code : J1793284XV38N01C05

About Author

Mathew Davies

Mathew Davies is a Research Fellow in the Department of International Relations, the School of International, Political and Strategic Studies at the Australian National University (ANU), Canberra.