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The Political Economy of Foreign Policy in Southeast Asia

  • David Wurfel
  • Bruce Burton

Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Dwight King
    Pages 74-100
  3. Richard Stubbs
    Pages 101-123
  4. Linda Y. C. Lim
    Pages 124-145
  5. David Wurfel
    Pages 146-176
  6. Clark D. Neher
    Pages 177-203
  7. John Badgley
    Pages 204-218
  8. Gareth Porter
    Pages 219-246
  9. Gareth Porter
    Pages 247-272
  10. Martin Stuart-Fox
    Pages 273-287
  11. David Wurfel
    Pages 288-316
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 317-329

About this book


This is the first book in several years to review the foreign policies of major Southeast Asian states and the first ever to include those frequently neglected smaller states. It is also unique in the editors' adherence to a new comparative framework which attempts to weave together the earlier literature on comparative foreign policy analysis and current concepts of political economy. Comparative foreign policy studies are introduced by three distinguished scholars in that field. A general survey of international relations in Southeast Asia then precedes the country chapters, all authored by experienced specialists. A concluding chapter attempts to identify the emerging patterns of Southeast Asian foreign policy and suggest explanations for them.


economy foreign policy international relations Policy political economy Third World

Editors and affiliations

  • David Wurfel
    • 1
  • Bruce Burton
    • 1
  1. 1.University of WindsorCanada

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