Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia, from Angkor Wat to East Timor
This reference work explores the history of the region that consists of Myanmar (formerly Burma), Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, the Phillippines and East Timor. It covers topics including archaeology and prehistory and politics and culture.
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Sivu 186 - The Foreign Ministers reaffirmed ASEAN's determination to pursue efforts towards the realization of the Zone of Peace, Freedom and Neutrality (ZOPFAN) in Southeast Asia, while recognizing that the Kampuchean problem remains an obstacle to the attainment of this objective. They recalled the mandate of the Senior Officials and the Working Group on ZOPFAN to continue with the consideration of the concept of a Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone (SEANWFZ) as a component...
Sivu 135 - Rakryan mahamantri i hino. A study on the highest court dignitary of Ancient Java up to the 13th century AD Journal of the Historical Society, University of Singapore, 1967/1968, 10.
Sivu 161 - I am sure our reputation on the Continent, as a feature of strength, power, and confidence, is of more real moment to us than an acquisition thus made.
Sivu 157 - Lord Dalhousie begins with a claim on the Burmese for less than a thousand pounds ; which is followed by the additional demand of an apology from the Governor of Rangoon for the insult offered to our officers ; next, his terms are raised to one hundred thousand pounds, and an apology from the King's ministers ; then follows the invasion of the Burmese territory; when, suddenly, all demands for pecuniary compensation and apologies cease, and his Lordship is willing to accept the cession of Pegu as...