This article explains the variable success after the September 11, 2001, attacks of the securitization of terrorism in two ASEAN member states, Singapore and Indonesia. The two countries are selected because of the differences in their government characteristics and their domestic politics. The article argues that differences in the nature of the domestic audience explain the divergence of securitization policy responses.
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Research Article| May 01 2010
Securitizing Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Accounting for the Varying Responses of Singapore and Indonesia
Senia Febrica is a Lecturer in the Department of International Relations at the University of Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, and a Ph.D. candidate in the Politics Department, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. Email: <s.febrica.1research.gla.ac.uk>.
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Asian Survey (2010) 50 (3): 569–590.
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Senia Febrica; Securitizing Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Accounting for the Varying Responses of Singapore and Indonesia. Asian Survey 1 May 2010; 50 (3): 569–590. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2010.50.3.569
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