Vol 4, No 2 (2009)

The issue contains two symposia, one on applied game theory with contributions by Fungisai Nota on southern Africa, Lisa Carson and Raymond Dacey on third players in traditional deterrence games, and Partha Gangopadhyay on intolerance, social conflict, and multiple equilibria games. The second symposium studies Southeast Asian maritime security, with contributions from Richard Bitzinger, James Manikom, Sam Bateman, and Brendan Howe.

Table of Contents


Theory of regional stability as a public good: Examples from Southern Africa PDF
Fungisai Nota
The Assassin and the Donor as third players in the traditional deterrence game PDF
Lisa J. Carlson, Raymond Dacey
Economics of intolerance and social conflict PDF
Partha Gangopadhyay
A new arms race? The political economy of maritime military modernization in the Asia-Pacific PDF
Richard A. Bitzinger
The Sino-Japanese energy dispute in the East China Sea: Strategic policy, economic opportunities, and cooperation PDF
James Manicom
Regime building in the Malacca and Singapore straits: Two steps forward, one step back PDF
Sam Bateman
European analogies for a liberal peace in Northeast Asia PDF
Brendan Howe
Entire issue PDF