5 edition of Conflict over Natural Resources in South-East Asia and the Pacific (Natural Resources of South-East Asia) found in the catalog.
January 3, 1991
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Lim Teck Ghee (Editor), Mark J. Valencia (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||268|
The challenges associated with preventing, managing and resolving natural resource-induced conflicts may well come to define global peace and security in the 21st century. Global trends such as. Internal Sources of Conflict in South Asia. In book: South Asia After the Cold War, pp This paper mostly depending on secondary resources is archival in nature. Findings – This.
Focusing on the Asia-Pacific region, this book analyses the causes and patterns of this decline. In few regions has the apparent decline in conflict been as dramatic as in the Asia-Pacific, with annual recorded battle deaths falling in the range of 50 to 75 percent between and Cited by: 4. Inhabitants of poor, rural areas in the Global South heavily depend on natural resources in their immediate vicinity. Conflicts over and exploitation of these resources – whether it is water, fish, wood fuel, minerals, or land – severely affect their livelihoods. The contributors to this volume leave behind the polarised debate, previously surrounding the relationship between natural.
Abstract. East Asia is today one of the most economically dynamic regions in the world, the region which provides both a competitive edge and an economic challenge to the West. East Asia is becoming the world’s most productive region whose goods, technology, and services are outcompeting the West in many instances. 1 East Asia, however, is also a conflict-ridden region, as subsequent Author: Lawrence E. Grinter, Young Whan Kihl. This timely study is the first to examine the relationship between competition for energy resources and the propensity for conflict in the Caspian region. Taking the discussion well beyond issues of pipeline politics and the significance of Caspian oil and gas to the global market, the book offers significant new findings concerning the impact of energy wealth on the political life and.
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The studies presented in this book examine conflicts over natural resources in South-East Asia and the Pacific. They form part of the output of a large programme of the United Nations University on Peace and Global Transformation, which seeks to understand the underlying causes of conflict as well as the diverse forms of struggle for peace.
International conflict over marine resources in south-east Asia: trends in politicization and militarization.
Present and future conflict over marine resources Common threads in the pattern of conflict Conflict New directions for co-operation. 5–53–70 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan Tel: +81 3 Fax: +81 3 Designed and Developed by the UNU Office of Communications.
Conflict over natural resources in South-east Asia and the Pacific. new deal for small-scale fishermen?; policy developments in the s; conclusion; conflict over natural resoures in the Pacific; James M. Anthony: the region and its resources; conflicts over marine space; conflicts over marine environment; conflicting maritime claims.
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Unraveling Internal Conflicts in East Asia and the Pacific: Incidence, Consequences, and Resolution, edited by Jacob Bercovitch and Karl DeRouen, Jr., is a book of originally commissioned essays on civil wars which provide a compelling area of inquiry.
Many of the Asia-Pacific region's wars are very long (such as in Myanmar), some tend to recur Author: Jacob Bercovitch, Karl DeRouen. Seeking conceptual clarity over natural resources and conflicts 51 MARCEL RUTTEN AND MOSES MWANGI Introduction 51 Lack of conceptual clarity 52 What are natural resources.
a literature review 53 What are conflicts. 58 African scholars and natural resource conflicts 58 Politics and natural resource conflicts: the EAPCC. This book looks at major contemporary conflicts —intra and interstate— in Southeast Asia from a conflict management perspective.
Starting with the view that the conventional ASEAN conflict-management methods have ceased to be effective, it looks for new conflict-management patterns and trends by investigating seven contemporary cases of conflict in the region.
Violent conflicts over natural resources are an enduring feature of social and political life at different scales and levels of organisation. The inter-state and geopolitical dimensions of conflicts over resources such as oil and water loom large in the popular imaginary. However, resource conflicts in the global South are predominantly fought internally, within the boundaries of the nation-state.
and natural resources. Yet to date, the role mediation can play in peacefully resolving conflicts over natural resources has not been examined in a systematic way.
Furthermore, mediators unfamiliar with the issues may be tempted to consider them as largely technical, thereby not fully appreciating their political nature and strategic importance. Introduction to Natural Resources and Conflict For most of us, conflict over natural resources is not a part of everyday life.
We wake up in the morning and turn on the faucets to brush our teeth, shower, and drink a glass of water. We drive to and from work, school, and other activities, stopping every so often to fill up the tank with gas.
Abstract: The papers in this special issue are the product of a comparative interdisciplinary workshop on ‘Natural Resources and Violent Ethnic Conflicts in the Asia Pacific Region’ held in Honolulu, Hawaii, 18–20 March The workshop brought together scholars who study conflicts between ethnic groups and those who study conflicts over natural resource claims in order to examine the Cited by: 4.
Conflict over Natural Resources in South East Asia and the Pacific: Ghee, Lim T., Valencia, Mark J., Lim, Teck Ghee: Books - or: Lim T. Ghee. Disputes over natural resources – such as land, fresh water, minerals or fishing rights – are ubiquitous.
When resolved peacefully, as is most often the case, such disagreements are an essential part of progress and development. However, resource disputes can also trigger violence and destruction, particularly in states with weak governance, high levels of corruption, and existing ethnic Author: Oli Brown, Michael Keating.
The link between natural resources and conflict is probably as old as human settlement. Empires and kingdoms throughout history are known to have risen or fallen because of their victories or defeats in wars that were heavily laden with natural resource considerations.¹ History is also replete with examples of friendships and alliances forged by empires and kingdoms to defend access to, and.
The themes covered were: Conflicts over Natural Resources; Security, Vulnerability and Violence; Human Rights and Cultural Survival in a Changing Pluralistic World; The Role of Science and Technology in Peace and Transformation; The Role of the State in Peace and Global Transformation; and Global Economic Crisis.
Asia-Pacific Human Development Report Background Papers Series /12 Climate Change Fuelling Resource-Based Conflicts in the Asia-Pacific Alice Blondel Alice Blondel is a conflict and security professional with a focus on natural resources, governance and climate change.
Sinceshe had lead extensive sensitive. The course will be structured around a series of case studies drawn from Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. A political ecology framework will be applied to the analysis of how land and different types of resource complexes - including mining, oil and gas, forestry, and oil palm - can be implicated in violent conflict.
The phrases such as “Asia-Paciic” and “Asia-Paciic region” refer to the Asia and Paciic region. ISEAS Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data The environments of the poor in Southeast Asia, East Asia, and the Paciic / edited by Aris Ananta, Armin Bauer, and Myo Thant.
Southeast Asia—Environmental conditions—Congresses. UNDP Links Resource-based Conflicts in Asia-Pacific to Climate Change story highlights The Asia-Pacific Resource Centre (APRC) of the UN Development Programme (UNDP) has released a research paper analyzing the links among security, natural resources and climate change, and recommending options to maintain peace and security in the region.
between natural resources and conflict, many scholars conclude that the struggle over access to and control over natural resources constitutes. frica nstitute out frica AISA ICY brief Number arc 3 The linkages In the wars of natural resource-rich countries, two.
Three types of conflict in the region, that is, ethnic conflict, conflict over democracy, and cross-border environmental or resource conflict are identified as the objects of the investigation of the book, and it is discussed in general terms how the globalization of Southeast Asia impacts each type of conflict and its : Mikio Oishi.Asia-Pacific is the first authoritative history of a region rich in history, riven with conflict and central to our world today.
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