Supervisor(s) and panel members
Kam, S. and Gunaratna, R. (Eds.)(2016). Handbook of Terrorism in the Asia-Pacific London: World Scientific-Imperial College Press Insurgency Series.
Kam, S. (forthcoming). China’s Security Imperatives and Violence in Xinjiang. In Irm Haleem (Ed.),Normalisation of Violence, London: Routledge.
Kam, S. (2018). Uyghur Cross-border Movement into Southeast Asia: Between Resistance and Survival. In Michael Clarke (Ed.), Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in China, London: Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd.
Kam, S. (2017). China and the Threat of Terrorism. In Hoo Tiang Boon (Eds.), Chinese Foreign Policy Under Xi, London: Routledge.
Kam, S. (2016). Singapore’s Approach to Counter Terrorism and Extremism, Countering Daesh Extremism – European and Asian Responses, Singapore: Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
General Publications, Commentaries and Op-eds
Kam, S. 2018, Xinjiang and the Stability ParadoxThe Diplomat, August 16.
Kam, S. 2015, Thailand’s Uyghur Refugees: Implications for Southeast Asia RSIS Commentaries, July 29.
Kam, S. and Sugara, R. 2014, Indonesian and Malaysian IS Supporters: Need for ‘Soft’ Approach East Asia Forum, September 26.
Kam, S. and Poudel, S. 2014, Sino-Indian border dispute: Better left dormant RSIS Commentaries, July 17.
Guest Lecturer for the following course: NSPO8025: Terrorism and National Security [Sem 2, AY2018]
Teaching Assistant for the following courses: POLS3036: International Terrorism [Sem 2, AY 2017]; STST1001: Introduction to International Security [Sem 1, AY2018]; NSPO8019: Sectarianism and Religiously Motivated Violence [Sem 1, AY2018]
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The Australian National University
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