Table of contents for September 11 & political freedom : Asian perspectives : 911 / edited by Uwe Johannen, Alan Smith, James Gomez.

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Chapter 1. Globalisation:                           02
Post 9/11 Challenges for Liberals
Kevin Hewison
Chapter 2. Mitigating the Success of Terrorism       30
with the Politics of Truth and Justice
Chaiwat Satha-Anand
Chapter 3. The Center Cannot Hold:                  46
Terrrorism and Global Change
Majid Tehranian
Chapter 4. Global Terrorism:                         72
Implications for State and Human Security
Hadi Soesastro
Chapter 5. The "New" Terrorism:                     86
How Southeast Asia Can Counter It
Andrew Tan
Chapter 6. The US Foreign Policy of Praetorian        116
Unilateralism and the Implications for
Southeast Asia
Kumar Ramakrishna
Chapter 7. Southeast Asia and the War Against         142
Terrorism: The Rise of Islamism and the
Challenge to the Surveillance State
David Martin Jones and Mike Lawrence Smith
Chapter 8. Problem Inherent At Source:                176
The Communication Media in post 9/11
Southeast Asia
Jonathan Woodier
Chapter 9. 9/11 Anti-Terrorist Measures               216
and their Impact on Human Rights in Asia
Sinapan Samydorai
Chapter 10. US Anti-Terrorism Policy and Asia's Options  244
Lyal Sunga
Chapter 11. Towards a General Theory of Globalisation  268
and Terrorism
Subroto Roy

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Terrorism Political aspects Asia, Terrorism Economic aspects Asia, Terrorism Government policy Asia, September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 Influence, Globalization, Asia Politics and government 1945-