Southeast Asian Affairs is the only one of its kind: a comprehensive annual review devoted to the international relations, politics, and economies of the region and its nation-states. The collected volumes of Southeast Asian Affairs have become a compendium documenting the dynamic evolution of regional and national developments in Southeast Asia from the end of the `second' Vietnam War to the alarms and struggles of today. Over the years, the editors have drawn on the talents and expertise not only of ISEAS' own professional research staff and visiting fellows, but have also reached out to tap leading scholars and analysts elsewhere in Southeast and East Asia, Australia and New Zealand, North America, and Europe. A full list of contributors over forty years reads like a kind of who's who in Southeast Asian Studies. Regardless of specific events and outcomes in political, economic, and social developments in Southeast Asia's future, we can expect future editions of Southeast Asian Affairs to continue to provide the expert analysis that has marked the publication since its founding. It has become an important contributor to the knowledge base of contemporary Southeast Asia." - Donald E. Weatherbee, Russell Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of South Carolina
The Region ASEAN in 2003: Responding to Adversity Richard Stubbs; Economic Overview of Southeast Asia in 2003 Ann Booth; China's Strategy towards Southeast Asia Chung Chien-Peng; Terrorist Threat in Southeast Asia: The Response of ASEAN States Daljit Singh; Terrorist Threat in Southeast Asia: The Political and Psychological Dimensions Kumar Ramakrishna; Terrorist Threat in Southeast Asia: The Maritime Dimension Gerard Ong; Brunel Darussalam; Brunel: A Review of 2003 Hj. Md. Yusop Hj. Damit; Cambodia; Cambodia: A Review of 2003 Tin Maung Maung Than; Indonesia; Indonesia: A Review of 2003 Leo Suryadinata; Radical Islamic Groups in Indonesia Greg Fealy; Laos; Laos: A Review of 2003 Nick Freeman; Malaysia; Malaysia: A Review of 2003 Bridget Welsh; Sabah and Sarawak: The More Things Change the More They Remain the Same James Chin; Myanmar; Myanmar: A Review of 2003 Robert Taylor; The Philippines; Philippines: A Review of 2003 Paul Rodell; The GRP-MILF Peace Talks: Quo Vadis? Rizal G. Buendia; Singapore; Intimations of Mortality, but Singapore Pulls Through Asad Latif; Singapore's Bilateral Trading Arrangements in the Context of East Asian Regionalism: State of Play, Issues, and Prospects Linda Low; Thailand; Thailand: A Review of 2003 Chookiat Panaspornprasit; Thailand and International Terrorism Kavi Chongkittavorn; Timor Leste; Timor Leste: A Review of 2003 Anthony Smith; Vietnam; Vietnam in 2003: Facing the Challenges of Integration Nguyen Manh Hung; Vietnam and Regional, Multilateral Institutions Pham Cao Phong.