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Introduction: The Disappearing Frontier?

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Abstract

The chapters for this book were all written in headier days — not too long ago — when the “Asian Economic Miracle” was still riding high. When words like “free-wheeling” and “dynamic” were bandied about freely conveying a sense of limitless investment opportunities and a new age of growth which would soon overflow into general affluence, and further down the line, human rights and democratic freedoms.

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Border Region General Affluence Communist State Political Border Border Guard 
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Notes

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    Kenichi Ohmae, The End of the Nation State: The Rise of Regional Economies (New York: The Free Press, 1995), p. 8.Google Scholar

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© Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore 2000

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