Table of contents for Neoliberalism and conflict in Asia after 9/11 / edited by Garry Rodan and Kevin Hewison.

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Part 1 - Markets, Security, and Political Regimes in Asia
2. Neoliberalism and the Future: World Markets
and the End of Politics                                 27
Richard Robison
3. After Neoliberal Globalization: The "Securitization"
of U.S. Foreign Economic Policy in East Asia            46
Richard Higgott
4. U.S. Hegemony and Southeast Asia: The Impact of,
and Limits to, U.S. Power and Influence                 66
Mark Beeson
5. APEC, Globalization, and 9/11: The Debate on
What Constitutes Asian Regionalism                      84
Ian Taylor
6. International Capital, Singapore's State Companies,
and Security                                           100
Garry Rodan
Part 2 - Governance and Conflict in Asia
7. Globalization, International Coalitions, and Domestic Reform  123
Shaun Breslin
8. Full Circle? Rural Land Reforms in Globalizing China   141
Sally Sargeson
9. The Antipolitics of Good Governance:
From Global Social Policy to a Global Populism?        161
KanishkaJayasuriya and Kevin Hewison
10. The Arroyo Government and "Civil Society" Participation
in the Philippines: Neoliberalism, Political Alliances, and
Succession                                             180
Ben Reid
11. Political Regimes and Development Assistance: The Political
Economy of Aid Selectivity                             202
Wil Hout
12. Indonesian Local Party Politics: A Site of Resistance
to Neoliberal Reform                                  224
Vedi R. Hadiz

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Asia Economic policy 21st century, Asia Politics and government 21st century, Neoliberalism Asia, Globalization