In this sweeping overview, a former British diplomat, now visiting professor, looks at the development of European colonial power in Southeast Asia, with a particular reference to Indonesia and Malaysia. He then follows through to the deposing of Sukarno and the secession of Singapore from the Malaysian federation as well as chronicling Britain's declining role in the area and the emergence of a stronger United States interest. Very Good Hardback in a Good Dust Jacket 330 pages with maps, a chronology, a bibliography and an index.
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