RECENT BOOKS South and Southeast Asia

Bryant, Elizabeth H.; Gilpin, Robert; Pierre, Andrew J.; Diebold Jr., William; Smith, Gaddis; Crossweller, Robert D.; Valkenier, Robert W.; Campbell, John C.; Austin, Lewis C.; Whitaker, Jennifer Seymour
October 1973
Foreign Affairs;Oct73, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p204
This section presents information on books regarding international relations in South and Southeast Asia, including Imperialism and Revolution in South Asia, edited by Kathleen Gough and Hari P. Sharma.


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