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eBook Changing Patterns of Security and Stability in Asia ePub

by D. R. & Sudershan Chawla Sardesai

  • ISBN: 0030524113
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: D. R. & Sudershan Chawla Sardesai
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger Publishers; first edition ?; Later Printing edition (1980)
  • ePub book: 1894 kb
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Changing patterns of security and stability in Asia. Indian foreign policy in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, 1947-1964. Southeast Asian history.

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Asia-Pacific Security. 16 Horn, Robert . The Soviet Union and Asian Security, in Chawla, Sudershan and Sardesai, D. ed. Changing Patterns of Security and Stability in Asia (New York: Praeger 1980), 63–99. Vol. 20071076, Issue. 17 See An Tai, Sung, The Sino-Soviet Territorial Dispute (Philadelphia: Westminster Press 1973). 18 Johnson, Chalmers, The Achievements of Chinese Foreign Policy, unpub. paper presented at the Third Joint Soviet-American Conference on Asia, Santa Barbara, Calif. December 10–15, 1979. 19 Kalb, Marvin and Kalb, Bernard, Kissinger (New York: Dell 1975), 259–60; Bell (fn. 6), 15–16.

Chawla, Sudershan, and . Sardesai, eds. Changing Patterns of Security and Stability in Asia. Brezhnev Plan for Asian Security : Russia in Asia (Bombay : Jaico Publishing House, 1975). New York : Praeger, 1980. 418. Ohajunwa Emeka – India US Security Relations, 1947 – 1990, Chankya Publications, New Delhi, 1992.

By Sudershan Chawla, Melvin Gurtov, Alain-Gerard Marsot. Outside Southeast Asia, the start of Sino-American diplomacy had significant impact in Japan

By Sudershan Chawla, Melvin Gurtov, Alain-Gerard Marsot. Changes in the landscape of international politics have made several old and inaccurate descriptions of the region-such as American dominion, a Chinese sphere of influence, or East-West (. The actions of the major powers, and the reactions of the Southeast Asian governments since the end of the 1960s are responsible for these changes. Outside Southeast Asia, the start of Sino-American diplomacy had significant impact in Japan. It quite quickly led to the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Japan and to a new basis for Sino- Japanese trade.

SarDesai's Southeast Asia provides what most books on the region's history do not-a concise, comprehensive . D. SarDesai is professor emeritus of history and the former chair of South and Southeast Asian Studies at UCLA

SarDesai's Southeast Asia provides what most books on the region's history do not-a concise, comprehensive, and up-to-date study of the major historical developments in Southeast Asia from ancient times to 2008. It is also different in that it traces the history of all eleven Southeast Asian nations, conveys the region's complexity and diversity, and includes chronological charts. SarDesai is professor emeritus of history and the former chair of South and Southeast Asian Studies at UCLA. He was also Chair of the Department of History, UCLA, and Director of the University of California's Education Abroad Program in New Delhi.