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by Rommel Banlaoi

Author: Rommel Banlaoi
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Auerbach Publications; 1 edition (October 13, 2009)
Pages: 376 pages
Category: Other
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Philippine Security in the Age of Terror. Defense and Military Cooperation Between the Philippines and China: Broadening Bilateral Ties in the Post 9/11 Era.

Philippine Security in the Age of Terror. Philippines-China Security Relations: Current Issues and Emerging Concers. Security Aspects of Philippines-China Relations. Current and Emerging Security Environment in Southeast Asia. De-radicalization Efforts in the Philippines: Options for Disengagement Strategy.

As the twelfth most populous nation, the Philippines' diverse religious and ethnic population makes it an ideal example of the changing tenet of what is deemed national security-post 9/11. Issues previously considered social or public are now viewed as security issues

As the twelfth most populous nation, the Philippines' diverse religious and ethnic population makes it an ideal example of the changing tenet of what is deemed national security-post 9/11. Issues previously considered social or public are now viewed as security issues. Food production is now analyzed in the context of food security and environmental degradation is now a p As the twelfth most populous nation, the Philippines' diverse religious and ethnic population makes it an ideal example of the changing tenet of what is deemed national security-post 9/11.

The Military and Democracy in the Philippines in the Age of Terror: Towards a Democratic Control of the Armed . Maritime Security Outlook for Southeast Asia in the Post 9/11 Era. Non-Traditional Security Issues in Southeast Asian. Maritime Domain: Implications for the Indian Ocean.

The Military and Democracy in the Philippines in the Age of Terror: Towards a Democratic Control of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Security Sector Governance in the Philippines: A Policy Challenge in the Age of Terrorism. Philippine Elections and National Security after 9/11: Thinking Outside the Ballot Box? Bilateral security issues. The ASEAN Regional Forum and Security Community Building in the Asia Pacific after 9/11: Lessons from European Integration.

The Molecules of Life. Living in a Microbial World. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES Identity Politics and Philippine National Security in the Age of Terror Globalization and Nation-Building in the Philippines: State Predicaments in Managing Society in the Midst of Diversity after 9/11 "Radical Muslim Terrorism" in the Philippines Local Government Response against Terrorist Threats in the Philippines: Issues and Prospects The Military and Democracy in the Philippines in the Age of.

Banlaoi begins the preface by acknowledging that following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 (9/11) many .

Banlaoi begins the preface by acknowledging that following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 (9/11) many longstanding issues that he refers to as "social" and "public" quickly became labelled as "security" and drew the attention of the academic and policy-making communities.

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As the twelfth most populous nation, the Philippines diverse religious and ethnic population makes it an ideal example of the changing tenet of what is deemed national security post 9/11. Issues previously considered social or public are now viewed as security issues

As the twelfth most populous nation, the Philippines diverse religious and ethnic population makes it an ideal example of the changing tenet of what is deemed national security post 9/11. Food production is now analyzed in the context of food security and environmenta. Section I: national security issues. Identity Politics and Philippine National Security in the Age of Terror.

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In 2011, he received the Albani Peace Prize Award for Peace Education. Philippine Security in the Age of Terror

In 2011, he received the Albani Peace Prize Award for Peace Education. Philippine Security in the Age of Terror.

In Philippine protection within the Age of Terror: nationwide, local, and worldwide demanding situations within the Post-9/11 World, Banlaoi illustrates the expanding complexity of the problems

In Philippine protection within the Age of Terror: nationwide, local, and worldwide demanding situations within the Post-9/11 World, Banlaoi illustrates the expanding complexity of the problems. Section I reports matters particular to the Philippine humans, together with politics, nationwide id, globalization, and native and army protection.

As the twelfth most populous nation, the Philippines’ diverse religious and ethnic population makes it an ideal example of the changing tenet of what is deemed national security―post 9/11. Issues previously considered social or public are now viewed as security issues. Food production is now analyzed in the context of food security and environmental degradation is now a part of environmental security. This broadened perspective is not unique to the Philippines, but―thanks to the island nation’s long struggle with issues of Muslim radicalism, democracy, and globalization―it serves as a model worth studying. And no one is better positioned to take on this study than Rommel C. Banlaoi, Chairman and Executive Director of the Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence, and Terrorism Research.

In Philippine Security in the Age of Terror: National, Regional, and Global Challenges in the Post-9/11 World, Banlaoi illustrates the increasing complexity of the issues. Divided into three sections, the book explores why a nation’s security can no longer be just about its military or only about what is happening within its borders.

Section I reviews issues specific to the Philippine people, including politics, national identity, globalization, and local and military security. Section II moves to bilateral security issues to report on security interests and collaborations with the United States, China, and Australia―as well as with India, Japan, and Russia. Section III examines selected global, regional, and multilateral issues such as maritime security, piracy, and the ASEAN Regional Forum.

The comprehensive approach and coverage within the book reflects the author’s diverse interests as a scholar of politics, security, terrorism, and international relations. More importantly, it documents an intellectual journey that national policymakers across the world need to consider if they hope to achieve the shift in thinking that will promote the well-being of the world’s populations as the strategic centerpiece of any war on terrorism.