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The Neutralization of Southeast Asia
The Neutralization of Southeast Asia
By Dick Wilson
Praeger, 1975, 206 pp

Is formal neutralization, as proposed by Tun Abdul Razak of Malaysia, a solution for Southeast Asia's problems? No, concludes the author, so long as irredentist claims set local states at odds, and a shifting balance of advantage leads the external powers to hopes for future aggrandizement.