|Title||Southeast Asia : Past and present|
|Imprint||Boulder, CO : Westview Press, 2013|
|Descript||xi, 450p. : maps ; 23 cm|
The land and its people. -- Early kingdom in mainland Southeast Asia. -- Early kingdom of Sumatra and Java. -- The rise of new states: Ayuthaya, Majapahit, and Malacca. -- Euroepan intrusion in the Indian Archipelago: the early phase. -- Mainland Southeast Asia: the consolidations of Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. -- The English and Dutch in the East Indies. -- The British role in the Malay States in the nineteenth century. -- Pride and paramountcy: Anglo-Burmese relations in the nineteenth century. -- The French in Vietnam and Cambodia. -- Thailand remains independent. -- Nationalist movements in Southeast Asia: general. -- The Filipino urge for freedom from Spanish and US rule. -- The nationalist movements: Indonesia. -- The nationalist movements: Myanmar. -- Thailand's constitutional revolution. -- The nationalist movements: Vietnam. -- The nationalist movements: Malaya, Cambodia, and Laos. -- Independent Philippines. -- Myanmar: toward integration and democracy. -- Thailand: indepedence at any price. -- Indonesia: unity amid diversity. -- East Timor: birth of a naion. -- Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei. -- Nationalism and Communism in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. -- Vietnam and Cambodia under Communism. -- Tsunami, cyclone, and terrorism in Southeast Asia.
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