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Edited by David Martin Jones, Ann Lane and Paul Schulte

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This innovative work examines the concept of the informal network and its practical utility within the context of counterterrorism. Drawing together a range of practitioner and academic expertise it explores the character and evolution of informal networks, addressing the complex relationship between kinship groups, transnational linkages and the role that globalization and new technologies play in their formation and sustainability.
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Introduction

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Rocky rise: US–China relations in the post-Cold War era

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Fear factor: Northeast Asian responses to China’s rise

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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ASEAN’s elusive search for a role in East Asian international relations

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Norms are what strong states make of them: ASEAN in an age of volatility

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Producing security: state power, democracy and Southeast Asian regionalism

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith