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Singapore in the Malay World : Building and Breaching Regional Bridges (Asia's Transformations) (Reprint): Rahim, Lily Zubaidah: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Singapore in the Malay World : Building and Breaching Regional Bridges (Asia's Transformations) (Reprint)
Singapore in the Malay World : Building and Breaching Regional Bridges (Asia's Transformations) (Reprint)
出版社 : Routledge
出版年月 : 2011/01
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780415610490

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内容情報
Source: ENG
Table of Contents
 
Acknowledgements                                   xiv
        List of abbreviations                      xv
    1 Singapura: Siapa nama kamu? Di-mana awak     1  (12)
    tinggal?
    2 Remembering and forgetting: Nusantara        13 (30)
    Malays in the Singaporean national
    imagination
    3 Competing and comparable paradigms of        43 (35)
    authoritarian nation-building
    4 The frightened country and the               78 (34)
    geopolitics of insecurity
    5 The politics of economic competition and     112(36)
    cooperation
    6 The singa and garuda: from kiasu to soft     148(31)
    power diplomacy?
Conclusion: paradoxes and diplomatic blowbacks     179(6)
Notes                                              185(23)
Bibliography                                       208(11)
List of interviews                                 219(1)
Index                                              220
 

Relations between Singapore and her immediate Malay neighbours have been perennially fraught with tension and misunderstanding. In making sense of this complex relationship, Lily Rahim explores the salience of historical animosities and competitive economic pressures, and Singapore's janus-faced security and foreign economic policy orientation and 'regional outsider' complex. Focusing on Singapore's relations with Malaysia, the book also examines the Indonesian dimension in bilateral relations. It highlights the paradoxical similarities in the nation-building approaches of Singapore and Malaysia. The author reflects critically on sensitive issues such as the rhetoric and reality of meritocracy and multiracialism in Singapore, and analyses the city-state's weak regional soft power credentials and reputation as a political laggard despite its economic achievements.Incorporating perspectives and frameworks from the disciplines of comparative politics, area studies, international relations, political economy and history, this multidisciplinary study offers groundbreaking insights into the way in which the neighboring states of Singapore and Malaysia see themselves, each other, the region and beyond. This book will be of particular interest to keen observers of Southeast Asian politics.

Contents
1. SingapuraForgetting: Nusantara Malays in the Singaporean National Imagination 3. Competing and Comparable Paradigms of Authoritarian Nation-Building 4. The Frightened Country and the Geopolitics of Insecurity 5. The Politics of Economic Competition and Cooperation 6. The Singa and Garuda: From Kiasu to Soft Power Diplomacy? Conclusion: Paradoxes and Diplomatic Blowbacksabout the meaning of restorative justice -- pros, cons and wider significance -- hence it will also be of interest to those already familiar with the topic.

Contents
1. Introduction 2. Central Themes and Critical Issues 3. Reviving Restorative Justice Traditions 4. Healing the Victim 5. A Restorative Approach to Offenders 6. Shame, Apology and Forgiveness 7. Mediation, Participation and the Role of Community 8. The Future of Restorative Justice 9. The Changing Character of Restorative Justice