Imperialist Dilemmas in Southeast Asia
AbstractSince the Second World War nearly a score of wars of liberation, revolts, interventions, and counter-revolutionary attempts have occurred in Southeast Asia, the irregular, chopped-up area that extends from Burma across Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Malaya and out over the great scattering of islands that comprise Indonesia and the Philippines.
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