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A Muslim Archipelago: Islam and Politics in Southeast Asia

@inproceedings{Gross2007AMA,
  title={A Muslim Archipelago: Islam and Politics in Southeast Asia},
  author={Max L. Gross},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract : Southeast Asia continues to beckon policymakers and scholars alike to revisit its history in spite of the tomes of appraisals already written, deconstructive or otherwise. Because of a significant presence of Muslims in the region, and particularly in the wake of 9/11, it invariably attracts the attention of foreign powers drawn by the specter of terrorism and focused on rooting out radical Islamist groups said to be working with al-Qaeda. Dr. Max Gross has written an impressive… 

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