The Cold War and national assertion in Southeast Asia

Britain, the United States and Burma, 1948-62 by Matthew Foley

Publisher: Routledge in London, New York

Written in English
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [168]-212) and index.

StatementMatthew Foley
SeriesRoutledge studies in the modern history of Asia -- 61, Routledge studies in the modern history of Asia (2005) -- 61.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE183.8.B9 F65 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination216 p. ;
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24573646M
ISBN 100415554764, 0203864085
ISBN 109780415554763, 9780203864081
LC Control Number2009023080
OCLC/WorldCa403854159

  South and Southeast Asia, support or non support of communist parties in South or Southeast Asia, support NAM, ASEAN or Chinese and Vietnamese communist policies towards the Asian "Third World" for internal legitimating reasons or as diplomatic arms against the USA or the USSR. 3) The Nature of Inter-Asian Contacts and Consultations on Cold War.   Chamberlin sees a crescent running from north-east china and Manchuria through south-east Asia, across South Asia and into the Middle East as the primary zone of cold war confrontation, . Yet one often cannot pass sound judgment on decisions in Washington without knowing the details in Southeast Asia. 5 Historians of Vietnam who cover the war tend to focus on narrow issues of in and promptly won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Chen Jian, Mao’s China and the Cold War . Yoshihiro Francis Fukuyama (/ ˌ f uː k uː ˈ j ɑː m ə,-k ə ˈ-/, Japanese: [ɸɯ̥kɯꜜjama]; born Octo ) is an American political scientist, political economist, and ma is known for his book .

The Effects of the Cold War on the World The beginning of the Cold War took place on January 1 of The Cold War was a period of global political tension that occurred after World War II. Because of regional differences, territorial disputes, and domestic problems occurring after World War II, there was bound to be conflict after the war.   Both books are essential reading to understand, not only these two fascinating figures, but the U.S. itself from the post-World War II era to today. The great nations of Europe and East Asia.   Vincent Bevins has worked as a correspondent in South America and Southeast Asia. His book, The Jakarta Method: Washington's Anticommunist Crusade and the Mass Murder Program . The Limits of Alignment is an engaging and accessible study that explores how small states and middle powers of Southeast Asia ensure their security in a world where they are overshadowed by greater .

But there were other equally memorable events that took place in Southeast Asia in Aside from the end of war in Vietnam, elsewhere in the region, the year also marked the start of the.

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Cold War in the late s. Drawing upon signifi cant new evidence from British, American, Indian and Eastern bloc archives, the book re-examines how and why the Cold War in South Asia evolved in the way that it did, at a time when the national.

Goal: This is the sequel to the earlier study (Southeast Asia and the Cold War). This book will take stock of how Southeast Asia has evolved since until (the 50th anniversary of the. The Cold War and National Assertion in Southeast Asia: Britain, the United States and Burma, Foley, Matthew: : LibrosFormat: Pasta dura.

This listing is a new book, a title currently in-print which we order directly and immediately from the publisher. For all enquiries, please contact Herb Tandree Philosophy Books. This book is a general interpretative history of the Cold War in Southeast Asia. Although the literature on the Cold War is voluminous and continues to grow, it is predominantly focused on the United States.

International relations in Southeast Asia after can be understood in terms of a United States dominated security order, and the regional structure created by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

But as the Cold War. The Cold War stayed cold in Europe but it was hot in Asia. Its legacy lives on in the region. In none of the three dominant historiographical paradigms: orthodox, revisionist and post-revisionist, does Asia, or the rest of the Third World, figure with much significance.

What happens to these narratives if we put them to the test in Asia. Charney, Michael W. () 'Review of THE COLD WAR AND NATIONAL ASSERTION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA:BRITAIN, THE UNITED STATES AND BURMA, –, BY MATTHEW FOLEY.' South East Asia.

The book contributes to the historiography of the Cold War in Southeast Asia by examining not only how the conflict shaped the milieu in which national and regional change unfolded but also how the context influenced the course and tenor of the Cold War. This book and the debate it stirs will surely advance the study of the cultural dimensions of the Cold War in Asia." - H-Diplo, Christopher E.

Goscha, Université du Québec à Montréal "The essays represent some of the most exciting work being done in international Cold War.

The book contributes to the historiography of the Cold War in Southeast Asia by examining not only how the conflict shaped the milieu in which national and regional change unfolded but also how the. It explains that the onset of the Cold War coincided with nationalist struggles and decolonization, and explains why Southeast Asians should appreciate that the Cold War is a historical event which has significantly affected the development of their countries, particularly in terms of the role of the Cold War in shaping the political development of the nation-states and interstate relations in the region, and the growing interest in rewriting the history of the Cold War.

The book contributes to the historiography of the Cold War in Southeast Asia by examining not only ho This book focuses on an area that has received less attention, the impact and legacy of the Cold War 5/5(1).

Eva Hansson & Meredith L. Weiss The Cold War was a period of intense conflict across Southeast Asia, marked by a bloody mix of interstate conflicts, civil wars, displacement, and genocides. The disastrous tally of human suffering and lives wasted have led many to argue that the term “Cold War”.

The region is now forced to contemplate new risks, even the emergence of new sorts of cold war, rivalry and conflict. Ang Cheng Guan, author of Southeast Asia’s Cold War, writes here in the mode of.

As a whole, Southeast Asia has had one of the longest historical relationships with China. However, modern relations between China and Southeast Asia only began after the Second World War. In China, the Communist Revolution succeeded in establishing the People’s Republic inwhile in Southeast Asia.

The biggest international online bookstore in Thailand. Find promotions or pre-order book, eBook, magazine, eMagazine, stationery and more. The title of the book is most apt, for the Cold War, as the author demonstrates, did not come to Southeast Asia as the intrusion of some external problem into the region.

Well before the emergence of the global Cold War, Southeast Asia had its own Cold War. The essays in this book offer the most detailed and probing examination to date of the cultural dimension of the Cold War in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asian culture from the late s to the late s was primarily shaped by a long-standing search for national.

mystery of national intelligence and serve to show them and students of the war the ways in which CIA at home attempted to honestly provide sound intelligence analysis to decisionmakers while, at the same time on Southeast Asian soil, it carried out operations aimed at contributing to the US military war.

The Philippines gained its independence from the United States, its previous colonial ruler, inand served as an exemplary outpost of US liberal democracy in Southeast Asia during the Cold War.¹ Reflecting this colonial history and neocolonial relationship, the Philippine national.

Another contribution of this book is that it traces the origins of the Cold War in Southeast Asia to the interwar years, demonstrating that the Cold War in Southeast Asia had its. The visit to the small Southeast Asian country may seem minor in the current geopolitical climate; however, it is far more important in the long run.

Laos is tiny with only 6 million people earning on. Investment from Japan to Southeast Asia doubled in the last year to trillion yen, overtaking Japan’s foreign investments to China. 11 Japanese companies are keen to invest in Southeast Asia, since.

Taiwan’s Cold War in Southeast Asia by Hsiao-ting Lin. But they were convinced that Taiwan’s national security could best be preserved if anticommunism continued to be a predominant ideological force in East Asia.Effects on Southeast Asia. Korean War was an attempt by the USA to contain communism in Asia, Asia was now a new battleground in the Cold War; Nationalist groups in countries like Vietnam.

The book contributes to the historiography of the Cold War in Southeast Asia by examining not only how the conflict shaped the milieu in which national and regional change unfolded but also how the context influenced the course and tenor of the Cold War in the region.

It goes on to look at the usefulness or limitations of using the Cold War Format: Hardcover.