Managing Territorial Disputes first appeared in Asian Studies 33: 35–42 (1997) Philippines-China Relations in the 20th Century: History Versus Strategy | Asian Studies 36 (2): 51–68, 2000 The China Challenge to ASEAN Solidarity: The Case of the South China Sea Disputes | Asian Studies 38 (2): 93–120, 2002 Southeast Asian Perspectives on the War Against Terror | Asian Studies 39 (1–2): 131–48, 2003
"Individual, Ethnic and National Identity in the Age of Globalization: The Case of the Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia" first appeared under the same title in Going Global: Asian Societies on the Cusp of Change, edited by Armando Malay, Jr., 10–27. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Diliman, 2001.
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