Actions of Non-State Groups in Southeast Asia: Origins, Driving Forces and Networks (Ketut Gunawan)

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  • 1. Title [Judul]: Actions of Non-State Groups in Southeast Asia: Origins, Driving Forces and Networks
  • 2. Creator [Pengarang/ penulis]: Ketut Gunawan
  • 3. Subject [Subjek dan kata kunci]: non-state groups’ actions, origins, driving forces, network, Southeast Asia
  • 4. Description [Abstrak]: This work centers on non-state groups’ actions utilizing terror tactics in Southeast Asia. These actions potentially undermine a transformative Asia that shows promise in moving forward into its political maturity and socioeconomic advancement and threaten the very basics of human security in the region. To deal with such threats or problems, one should better understand the nature of such groups’ actions. In doing so, this research sheds light on their actions in three religiously distinct countries, namely Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. The main objectives of this work are twofold, namely, to better understand the origins and driving forces of these actions and the networks built by the perpetrators, and to identify the historical, structural and ideological roots of the problems. The significance of this work is, first, it can be used as an entry point to deal with the issues highlighted, second, it can promote the increased use of non-conventional approaches (nonmilitary approaches) in solving the problems, and third, it can promote religious tolerance in building a more peaceful society.
  • 5. Publisher [Nama Lembaga Kontributor]: The Nippon Foundation
  • 6. Contributor [Pembimbing, promotor, ilustrator, produser, dll.] : Asian Public Intellectuals (API)
  • 7. Date [Tanggal / tahun penciptaan atau penerbitan: 2009
  • 8. Type : Prosiding
  • 10. Right [Contoh: CCL, MIT, Open Document, dll.]: Proceeding article (Year 2006-2007, pp. 154-163)

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