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Open Access Southeast Asia: An idea whose time is past?

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Southeast Asia: An idea whose time is past?

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In this issue we focus on claims made by Willem van Schendel in an article 'Southeast Asia: An idea whose time is past?'. Specialists in the field, invited to comment, are Robert Cribb, James D. Sidaway, and Tharapi Than.Willem van Schendel, Southeast Asia: An idea whose time is past? - ‘Southeast Asia’: A good place to start from (Robert Crib) - Long live trans-area studies! (James D. Sidaway) - If scholar foreign policy works… (Tharapi Than) Registered readers may participate in the debate.

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