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What drives economically buoyant Southeast Asian nations, enjoying post-Cold War peace, to procure arms in a manner that has observers concerned about a regional arms race? Are these acquisitions driven by threats from within the region or from potential hegemons like China? Alternatively, are the purchases actually driven by domestic factors? This thesis investigates the following four factors to determine which are most powerful in driving arms procurements in Malaysia, Indonesia, anddoi:10.21236/ad1009297 fatcat:5d5qjuygazh3zc4rhj37ahw5ta