東南アジアの変容:脱植民地化への国際的視角<br>The Transformation of Southeast Asia

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東南アジアの変容:脱植民地化への国際的視角
The Transformation of Southeast Asia

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  • 言語 ENG
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基本説明

Examines evolutionary patterns of Europe's and Japan's Southeast Asian empires from the late 19th century through World War II, and offers insights into the specific events of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s.

Full Description

This book provides the basis for a reconceptualization of key features in Southeast Asia's history. Scholars from Europe, America, and Asia examine evolutionary patterns of Europe's and Japan's Southeast Asian empires from the late nineteenth century through World War II, and offer important insights into the specific events of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. In turn, their different perspectives on the political, economic, and cultural currents of the "post-colonial" era - including Southeast Asia's gradual adjustment to globalizing forces - enhance understanding of the dynamics of the decolonization process. Drawing on new and wide-ranging research in international relations, economics, anthropology, and cultural studies, the book looks at the impact of decolonization and the struggle of the new nation-states with issues such as economic development, cultural development, nation-building, ideology, race, and modernization. The contributors also consider decolonization as a phenomenon within the larger international structure of the Cold War and the post-Cold War eras.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Marc Frey, Ronald W. Preessen, and Tan Tai vii
Yong
1. Dimensions of Decolonization
Paul H. Kratoska 3 (20)
2. The Impact of World War II on Decolonization
Jost D ffer 23 (12)
3. The Economic Impact of Decolonization in
Southeast Asia: Economic Nationalism and
Foreign Direct Investment, 1945-1965
J. Thomas Lindblad 35 (17)
4. Monarchy and Decolonization in Indochina
Bruce M. Lockhart 52 (20)
5. France and the Associated States of
Indochina, 1945-1955
Hugues Tertrais 72 (11)
6. The Indonesian Revolution and the Fall of
the Dutch Empire: Actors, Factors, and
Strategies
Marc Frey 83 (22)
7. Theories and Approaches to British
Decolonization in Southeast Asia
Karl Hack 105(22)
8. British Attitudes and Policies on
Nationalism and Regionalism
Nicholas Tarling 127(15)
9. The "Grand Design": British Policy, Local
Politics, and the Making of Malaysia, 1955-1961
Tan Tai Yong 142(19)
10. Making Malaya Safe for Decolonization: The
Rural Chinese Factor in the Counterinsurgency
Campaign
Kumar Ramakrishna 161(19)
11. "Nationalism" in the Decolonization of
Singapore
Albert Lau 180(17)
12. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Trusteeship, and
U.S. Exceptionalism: Reconsidering the American
Vision of Postcolonial Vietnam
Mark Philip Bradley 197(16)
13. The United States and Southeast Asia in an
Era of Decolonization, 1945-1965
Robert J. McMahon 213(13)
14. John Foster Dulles and Decolonization in
Southeast Asia
Ronald W. Pruessen 226(15)
15. Between SEATO and ASEAN: The United States
and the Regional Organization of Southeast Asia
Kai Dreisbach 241(16)
16. Parable of Seeds: The Green Revolution in
the Modernizing Imagination
Nick Cullather 257(11)
17. Afterword: The Limits of Decolonization
Wang Gungwu 268(7)
Notes 275(66)
About the Contributors 341(4)
Index 345