Southeast Asian Politics: Issues of the Past Defining the Challenges of the Present

Edited by Noel M. Morada and Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
The collection of essays in this volume provides a rather eclectic set of writings on Southeast Asian politics. The variety of topics covered in this collection should encourage students to have a deeper interest in and understanding of the political dynamics not just of the mainstream but also of the periphery, the informal, as well as the ” illegal” or “criminal” aspects of state and society relations in Southeast Asia.