Issue 4 for 2021 published

JCA coverIssue number 4 of Volume 51 of the journal has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site.

This issue features six articles and five book reviews. The articles are:

Challenging Hegemony: Nurhadi-Aldo and the 2019 Election in Indonesia by Timo Duile

Globalisation, Inequality and Institutions in West Sumatra and West Java, 1800–1940 by Pim de Zwart

Revolution and Recognition in Post-War Asia: Restoring Missing Links in the Establishment of Indonesia–People’s Republic of China Relations, 1949–1950 by Vincent K. L. Chang

Japanese Agriculture and Capital Expansion: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Global Food Value Chain Strategy by Akiko Horita

To Whom Does the City Belong? Obstacles to Right to the City for the Urban Poor in Bangladesh by Lutfun Nahar Lata

After Personalism: Rethinking Power Transfers in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan by Luca Anceschi

The book reviews are:

Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Thailand reviewed by Andrew Brown

Gender Politics and the Pursuit of Competitiveness in Malaysia. Women on Board reviewed by Juliette Schwak

The United States, Southeast Asia, and Historical Memory reviewed by Kevin Hewison

Agents of Disorder: Inside China’s Cultural Revolution reviewed by Clemens Büttner

Maoism and Grassroots Religion: The Communist Revolution and the Reinvention of Religious Life in China reviewed by Zhixi Wang

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