Tag Archives: Ashley South

Peace processes in Mindanao

In a new review at the JCA publisher’s site (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2017.1318412), Chiang Mai University’s Ashley South looks at Paul Hutchcroft’s edited collection, Mindanao: The Long Journey to Peace and Prosperity, published by Anvil Publishing in Manila. Over several decades, the … Continue reading

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Myanmar’s border areas, maritime and mountain

Ashley South is based at the Centre for Ethnic Studies and Development at Chiang Mai University.  In a new review at the JCA publisher’s website he has a new review of Su-Ann Oh’s collection, Myanmar’s mountain and maritime borderscapes: local … Continue reading

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Issue 2 for 2016 published

Issue 2 of Volume 46 (2016) has gone to print and the issue is available electronically at the publisher’s site (with one article available for free download). The details are: Paul Cammack, World Market Regionalism at the Asian Development Bank … Continue reading

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Changing Burma

Ashley South has reviewed Richard Cockett’s most recent book for JCA. Blood, Dreams and Gold: the changing face of Burma is published by Yale University Press (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2016.1145248). South states that this book represents both “a popular introduction to Myanmar history, … Continue reading

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Ne Win’s biography

In a new book review at the JCA publisher’s site, Ashley South discusses the sympathetic book authored by Robert H. Taylor, General Ne Win: A Political Biography (DOI:10.1080/00472336.2015.1126758). It is published by Singapore’s Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. While referring … Continue reading

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