Regional Cooperation against Terrorism in East Asia
This paper examines factors that promote and hinder regional cooperation against terrorism. The paper argues that counter-terror cooperation in the region is internally driven. The paper gives a particular focus to the Peoples Republic of China, Indonesia and Malaysia. Domestic political and economic concerns strongly influence counter-terror policies of these countries. Differences in attitude towards counter-terrorism cooperation between Malaysia and Indonesia are best explained by their...[Show more]
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