Some Patterns of Political and Economic Developments in the ASEAN

Bolshevism in the Colonies: Indochina and the "Philippine Example"
     A.S. MALAY

The Eurocentric Worldview: Misunderstanding East Asia
     Larry Fields

The Indian Community in the Philippines: A Profile
     A.S. RYE

The Genesis of the Muslim community in Ceylon (Sri Lanka): A historical summary
     Ameer ALI

A Framework for Philippine Foreign Policy: Some suggestions

The Perception of Neocolonial Relations with the United States: Nationalism in Filipino Literature since 1960's

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