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3.11
Disaster and Change in Japan
Richard J. Samuels
In 3.11, Richard Samuels offers the first broad scholarly assessment of the disaster's impact on Japan's government and society.



The Making of Southeast Asia
International Relations of a Region
Amitav Acharya
Developing a framework to study "what makes a region," Amitav Acharya investigates the origins and evolution of Southeast Asian regionalism and international relations.



Hidden Hunger
Gender and the Politics of Smarter Foods
Aya Hirata Kimura
Kimura explores the recent emphasis on micronutrients and smart foods within the international development community and, in particular, how the voices of women were silenced despite their expertise in food purchasing and preparation.



The Politics of Timor-Leste
Democratic Consolidation after Intervention
The Politics of Timor-Leste explores the critical issues facing the Asia-Pacific's youngest nation as it seeks to consolidate a democracy following years of international intervention.



Indonesia Journal
October 2012



Welfare through Work
Conservative Ideas, Partisan Dynamics, and Social Protection in Japan
Mari Miura
This book argues that the Japanese social protection system should be understood as a system of "welfare through work," where employment protection has functionally substituted for income maintenance.



Prosper or Perish
Credit and Fiscal Systems in Rural China
Lynette H. Ong
Prosper or Perish describes a massive ongoing problem for China's economic dvelopment: the difficulty of administering loans to Rural Credit Cooperatives in a way that assists rural households.



Demographic Change in Southeast Asia
Recent Histories and Future Directions
This volume chronicles the extensive demographic transformations in Southeast Asia documenting how public health and other policy interventions contributed to rapid population growth and how new patterns of settlement and migration ensued.



Warlords
Strong-arm Brokers in Weak States
Kimberly Marten
Kimberly Marten shows why and how warlords undermine state sovereignty. Unlike the feudal lords of a previous era, warlords today are not state-builders. They thrive on illegality and rely on private militias for...



Land and Loyalty
Security and the Development of Property Rights in Thailand
Tomas Larsson
Tomas Larsson argues that institutional underdevelopment may prove, under certain circumstances, a strategic advantage rather than a weakness and that external threats play an important role in shaping the development of property regimes.



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