The changing face of Southeast Asia /

Southeast Asia, whose alienation might tilt the balance of power in favor of the Communist bloc, has become the focus of American foreign policy. Amry Vandenbosch and Richard Butwell here trace the development of the eight nations which comprise Southeast Asia and appraise their current role in inte...

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Main Authors: Vandenbosch, Amry, 1894-1990 (Author), Butwell, Richard, 1929- (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Lexington : University of Kentucky Press, 1967.
Series:Kentucky paperbacks ; KP112
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Summary:Southeast Asia, whose alienation might tilt the balance of power in favor of the Communist bloc, has become the focus of American foreign policy. Amry Vandenbosch and Richard Butwell here trace the development of the eight nations which comprise Southeast Asia and appraise their current role in international affairs. Although led to adopt state forms similar to those of the departing colonial powers, each nation traditionally had quite different political systems. It is the authors' thesis that their historical patterns of political and social behavior are re-emerging and that the chief differe.
Physical Description:1 online resource : maps
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9780813164953
0813164958