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《Southeast Asian Studies》 2018-03
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The Analysis of Southeast Asian Country's De-radicalization in the Context of Counter-Terrorism——Cases Study of Singapore,Indonesia and the Philippines

JIN Xiaozhe;LI Jie;Institute of International Relations/School of History,Nanjing University;Institute for Central Asian Studies,Lanzhou University;  
In recent years,due to the influence of the Islamic state,extremism in Southeast Asia has revived and has entered a new stage of development. Against this background,force striking is only a temporary solution,and also cannot fundamentally inhibit the emergence of extreme ideas. Therefore,in order to maintain peace and stability in Southeast Asia and effectively curb extremism,it is necessary for countries to take more radical measures of( counter) de-radicalization. In the Southeast Asian countries,Singapore's measures of( counter) de-radicalization were more effective,because these measures were targeted according to the process of personnel radicalization,such as affective,pragmatic,ideological measures and follow-up supervisions. In contrast,Indonesia and Philippines'( counter) de-radicalization measures were not comprehensive and the implementation effect was not significant. In the future,countering extremism should not only require force striking but also include targeted( counter) de-radicalization measures and more effective international cooperation.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金西部项目“新疆长治久安视域下丝绸之路经济带核心区建设研究”(15XZZ006)
【CateGory Index】: D815.5
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