Contending With Nationalism and Communism: British Policy Towards Southeast Asia, 1945-65
Springer, 27 feb 2009 - 312 pagine
This volume provides a lucid, concise analysis of the development of British policy in Southeast Asia in the twenty years following the defeat of Japan. The principal themes concern nationalism and communism and how Britain worked to achieve accommodation with nationalism while containing communist challenges.
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1 The Return of Colonialism 194548
2 The Communist Challenges in Malaya and Indochina
The Colombo Plan and SEATO
4 Democracy Communism and Militarism in Burma 194865
6 Britain Cambodia and Laos 195565
7 Britain Thailand and the Philippines 194565
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