vol. 5, no. 1 (2005)
Asia-Pacific Social Science Review
The Asia-Pacific Social Science Review (APSSR) is an internationally refereed journal published biannually (June and December) by De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines. It aims to be a leading venue for authors seeking to share their data and perspectives on compelling and emerging topics in the social sciences with, and to create an impact, on the regionâ€™s communities of academics, researchers, students, civil society, policy makers, and development specialists, among others. Topics related to or with implications for the region that are pursued employing sound methodologies and comparative, and inter, multi, and transdisciplinary approaches are of particular interest. The APSSR is listed in the Elsevierâ€™s Scopus, the ASEAN Citation Index, and EBSCO. The Review has both printed and online (http://ejournals.ph) editions, and a Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/DLSUAPSSR/. The Review is an awardee of the Journal Challenge Grant of the Philippine Commission of Higher Education (CHED).
Table of contents
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The Dilemma Between Democratic Control versus Military Reforms: The Case ofthe AFP Modernization Program, 1991-2004
Renato Cruz De Castro
Good Governance as a New Way of Public Administration: Perspectives from Thailand
From Revolution to Land Redistribution: American Land Policies iu the Philippines, 1900-1912
Rene R. Escalante
The Secessionist Movement and the Peace Process in the Philippines and Indonesia: The Case of Mindanao and Aceh
Rizal G. Buendia
Metro Manila Traffic Regulation and the Public Bus Industry
Eric Vincent C. Batalla
ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting). Bestandsaufuame, Moglichkeiten und Grenzen einer interregionaler Kooperation [ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting). Achievements, Possibilities and Limits of an Interregional Cooperation].
Alfredo C. Robles Jr.