Vol. 35 No. 2, August 2013
- New actors and the state: addressing maritime security threats in Southeast Asia.
- Monitoring the border: Indonesian port security and the role of private actors.
- The role of tourism in addressing illegal fishing: the case of a dive operator in Indonesia.
- Outsourcing border security: NGO involvement in the monitoring, processing and assistance of Indonesian nationals returning illegally by sea.
- The International Court of Justice and the territorial dispute between Indonesia and Malaysia in the Sulawesi Sea.
- Will new multilateral arrangements help Southeast Asian states solve illegal fishing?
- Aid Dependence in Cambodia: How Foreign Assistance Undermines Democracy.
- Post-Colonial Statecraft in South East Asia: Sovereignty, State Building and the Chinese in the Philippines.
- Ending Forced Labour in Myanmar: Engaging a Pariah Regime.
- Japan's Relations with Southeast Asia: The Fukuda Doctrine and Beyond.
- Beijing's Power and China's Borders: Twenty Neighbors in Asia.
- The Buddha on Mecca's Verandah: Encounters, Mobilities, and Histories along the Malaysian-Thai Border.