Southeast	Asian	Affairs	2017	(Timor-Leste	in	2016:	Redefining	Democracy)
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Southeast Asian Affairs 2017 (Timor-Leste in 2016: Redefining Democracy)

by Dennis Shoesmith

Southeast Asian Affairs, first published in 1974, continues today to be required reading for not only scholars but the general public interested in in-depth analysis of critical cultural, economic and political issues in Southeast Asia. In this annual review of the region, renowned academics provide comprehensive and stimulating commentary that furthers understanding of not only the regions dynamism but also of its tensions and conflicts. It is a must read.
— Suchit Bunbongkarn, Emeritus Professor, Chulalongkorn University

Now in its forty-fourth edition, Southeast Asian Affairs offers an indispensable guide to this fascinating region. Lively, analytical, authoritative, and accessible, there is nothing comparable in quality or range to this series. It is a must read for academics, government officials, the business community, the media, and anybody with an interest in contemporary Southeast Asia. Drawing on its unparalleled network of researchers and commentators, ISEAS is to be congratulated for producing this major contribution to our understanding of this diverse and fast-changing region, to a consistently high standard and in a timely manner.
— Hal Hill, H.W. Arndt Professor of Southeast Asian Economies, Australian National University

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  • Publisher : ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
  • Product Code : 9789814762878C22

About Author

Dennis Shoesmith

Dennis Shoesmith is a University Professorial Fellow at Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory, Australia. His research interests are in political development and governance in Timor-Leste as a new, post-conflict state. He served in the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor in 2000-2001 and since then has maintained regular contact there.