British Military Withdrawal and the Rise of Regional Cooperation in South-East Asia, 1964-73

Hardcover | December 15, 2014

bySue Thompson

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As Britain withdrew from its military presence in South-East Asia in the 1960s, formal regional co-operation in the region was established. This book examines the link between Britain's withdrawal from its east of Suez role and the establishment of South-East Asian regional security arrangements. The link between these two events is not direct, but a relationship existed, which is important to a wider understanding of the development of regional security arrangements.

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As Britain withdrew from its military presence in South-East Asia in the 1960s, formal regional co-operation in the region was established. This book examines the link between Britain's withdrawal from its east of Suez role and the establishment of South-East Asian regional security arrangements. The link between these two events is no...

Sue Thompson is a lecturer at the National Security College in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 8.5 × 5.25 × 0.98 inPublished:December 15, 2014Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230301789

ISBN - 13:9780230301788

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Table of Contents

Introduction
1. Post-war Policy and Regional Cooperation, 1945-1964
2. Long-term Policy and Short-term Problems, October 1964 – October 1965
3. Confrontation Ends, July 1965 – August 1966
4. Changing Defence Strategies for South East Asia, October 1965 – October 1966
5. Dissent in London, July 1966 – July 1967
6. Regional Co-operation in South-East Asia, April 1965 – August 1967
7. New Policy for South East Asia, April 1967 – May 1968
8. 'Non-military Means' of Influence in South-East Asia, March 1968 – October 1970
9. The New Strategic Environment, November 1971 – November 1973
Conclusion