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Thayer Southeast Asia: Patterns of Security Cooperation

Thayer Southeast Asia: Patterns of Security Cooperation

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An analysis of major trends shaping the security environment in Southeast Asia, how these trends generate security tensions, impact on major patterns of security cooperation and the implications for Australia.
An analysis of major trends shaping the security environment in Southeast Asia, how these trends generate security tensions, impact on major patterns of security cooperation and the implications for Australia.

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Published by: Carlyle Alan Thayer on Sep 30, 2010
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Southeast Asia
Patterns of security cooperation
 
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About ASPI
ASPI’s aim is to promote Australia’s security by contributing fresh ideas to strategicdecision-making, and by helping to inform public discussion of strategic and defenceissues. ASPI was established, and is partially funded, by the Australian Government as anindependent, non-partisan policy institute. It is incorporated as a company, and is governedby a Council with broad membership. ASPI’s publications—including this paper—are notintended in any way to express or reect the views of the Australian Government.The opinions and recommendations in this paper are published by ASPI to promote publicdebate and understanding of strategic and defence issues. They reect the personal viewsof the author(s) and should not be seen as representing the formal position of ASPI on anyparticular issue.
Important disclaimer
This publication is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in relation to thesubject matter covered. It is provided with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged inrendering any form of professional or other advice or services. No person should rely on the contentsof this publication without rst obtaining advice from a qualied professional person.
Carlyle A Thayer
Carlyle A Thayer is Professor of Politics in the School of Humanitiesand Social Sciences, University College, The University of New SouthWales at the Australian Defence Force Academy. He has spenthis entire career teaching in a military environment, rst in theFaculty of Military Studies at The Royal Military College, Duntroon,(1979–85) and then at the Australian Defence Force Academy(1985–present). He was given leave ‘in the national interest’to take up a senior post at the Asia–Pacic Center for SecurityStudies, US Pacic Command, Hawaii (1999–2001). On return toAustralia he was seconded to Deakin University as the on-siteacademic coordinator at the Centre for Defence and StrategicStudies, Australian Defence College (2002–04). After that he wasappointed coordinator for the Regional Studies (Security) course atthe Australian Command and Staff College (2006–07 and 2010).He was honoured by appointment as the C. V. Starr DistinguishedVisiting Professor in the School of Advanced International Studies atJohns Hopkins University in 2005 and the Inaugural Frances M. andStephen H. Fuller Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Center of International Studies at Ohio University in 2008. In January 2011 hewill become an Emeritus Professor at the University of New SouthWales. Professor Thayer is the author of over 400 publicationsincluding, most recently,
Vietnam People’s Army: development and modernization
(2009).
 
Southeast Asia
Patterns of security cooperation
Carlyle A Thayer

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On US Pacific Command's Area of Responsibility - my use of "east coast of Africa" is misleading. To be specific: "the Indian Ocean east and south of the line from the India/Pakistan coastal border west to 068° E, south to 5° S/068° E, west to 5° S/059° E, south to 8° S/059° E, southwest to 11° S/054° E, west to 11° S/042° E, and south along 042° E to Antarctica; Madagascar, Australia, New Zealand,
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Three corrections: page 16 US Pacific Command extends to east (not west) coast of Africa; page 24 Cyclone Nargis occurred in 2008; page 55, the last sentence contains a double negative drop the second "not". ("Southeast Asia has been unable to insulate itself...").
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