Pro-Deo Et Patria: The Political Philosophy of Jose P. Laurel
     Remigio E. AGPALO

Philippine Interest Groups: An Index of Political Development
     Robert B. STAUFFER

The Development of Philippine Asianism
     Usha MAHAJANI

The Chinese Newspaper in the Philippines: Toward the Definition of a Tool
     James Roland BLAKER

A Historical Summary of Indian Village Autonomy
     Mario D. ZAMORA

Yajna in the Bhagavadgita
     J.I.F JORDENS

The Origin and Nature of Indian Nationalism
     Natalie P.R. SIRKIN

Nation-Building: Some Glances at the Pakistan Scene
     Laurence ZIRING

Peking and the World: Some Thoughts on Chinese Communist Foreign Policy
     Henry G. SCHWARZ

Japan and Postwar Southeast Asia
     Russel FIFIELD

Institutional Growth of the Southeast Asian Treaty Organization: Circumstances of the Changes
     Richard BUTWELL

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