The significance of events in the little understood area of Southeast Asia is brought into clear focus for the general reader by a group of experts on the politics and economics of that region. The background and the current situation in each country are explained by an authority on that sector. “Three things will recommend this symposium on Southeast Asia to readers interested in world affairs: first, the importance and timeliness of the subject-matter; second, the high competence of Professor Mills and his colleagues in this field; and third, the skillful and lucid way this complex and difficult material has been handled.” --New York Times Book Review
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