TITLE

RECENT BOOKS ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: South and Southeast Asia

PUB. DATE
January 1965
SOURCE
Foreign Affairs;Jan1965, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p374
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on certain recently published books on international relations that particularly emphasizes on South and Southeast Asia. Wayne A. Wilcox in his book "India, Pakistan and the Rise of China," describes a critique of Indian foreign policy which argues that India since independence has forfeited regional security in the interest of international status. He relates India's heritage, policy and position to the entire South Asian international system and shows the effects on that system of the rise of Red China. A.G. Noorani in his book "Our Credulity and Negligence," made an extensive study of the legal and historical events leading up to the military invasion of India by Communist China. The result is a documented critique of India's policies from the Tibetan affair in 1950 to the invasion of India in October 1962. "Indonesia," by Bruce Grant is a highly readable, undocumented political interpretation of Indonesia. The author notes the weakening opposition to President Sukarno's government and "an acceptance, short of fervent support, for Sukarno.
ACCESSION #
17583608

 

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