Southeast Asia and New Zealand: A History of Regional and Bilateral Relations

Southeast Asia and New Zealand: A History of Regional and Bilateral Relations

Anthony L Smith

Format: Print Book

ISBN: 9789812303059

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This history is an account of Southeast AsiaNew Zealand relations as they have emerged since the end of World War II. Drawing together the most prominent scholars of New Zealand's relations with Southeast Asia, this study examines the overall military, multilateral, and commercial relationships and those that assess individual bilateral relationships and diplomatic controversies. Southeast Asia remains a region of considerable importance for New Zealand, and has remained so through the course of decolonization, internal instability, external security, Cold War tensions, peacekeeping efforts, rapidly expanding economic growth (and crisis), and, increasingly, transitional security challenges such as terrorism.

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Preliminary pages
Introduction: The Emergence of New Zealands Relationship with Southeast Asia
1. The Defence Dimension
2. Coming to Terms with the Regional Identity
3. The Economic Relationship
4. The Dilemma of Recognition: New Zealand and Cambodia
5. Diplomacy, Peacekeeping, and Nation-Building: New Zealand and East Timor
6. Uneasy Partners: New Zealand and Indonesia
7. Growing Apart: New Zealand and Malaysia
8. Beyond the Rhetoric: New Zealand and Myanmar
9. Warmth Without Depth: New Zealand and the Philippines
10. Palm and Pine: New Zealand and Singapore
11. From an Alliance to a Broad Relationship: New Zealand and Thailand
12. In the Shadow of War: New Zealand and Vietnam

Subjects:International Relations

Number of Pages: 392



Publication Date: 38517

Format: PB

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