Southeast	Asian	Regionalism:	New	Zealand	Perspectives

Southeast Asian Regionalism: New Zealand Perspectives

by Nicholas Tarling

With the disappearance of the imperial structures that had dominated Southeast Asia, newly independent states had to develop foreign policies of their own. But so far few if any of these states have been willing to allow the public to explore any documentation of their activities. Building on his earlier work that drew on U.K. records, the author incorporates material from New Zealand archives -- which also contain reports from Australian and Canadian diplomats -- to provide a historical analysis of the foreign policies of Southeast Asian nations from a New Zealand perspective.

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Preliminary Pages
1. Introduction
2. From SEAFET to ASA
3. From ASA to ASEAN
5. The Summit
6. The Treaty of Amity
7. The Second Summit
8. Conclusion
About the Author

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  • Number of Pages : 108
  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Weight : 150g
  • Product Code : 9789814311496
  • Dimension : 134 x 216 mm

About Author

Nicholas Tarling

Nicholas Tarling is a retired Professor of History from the University of Auckland, where he was also Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Chairman of the Deans Committee, and Deputy Vice-Chancellor. He was the founder and president of the New Zealand Asian Studies Society (NZASIA). In retirement he has been a Fellow of the New Zealand Asia Institute and has served as Director of the Institute and later of the International Office.