Carlos P. ROMULO

The Problem of In-migration and Squatter Settlement in Asian Cities: Two Case Studies, Manila and Victoria-Kowloon
     D.J. DWYER

Chinese Leadership in Early British Singapore
     Lea E. WILLIAMS

Trends in Regional Association in Southeast Asia
     Michael LEIFER

Muhammad Alimuddin I of Sulu: The Early Years
     Horacio DE LA COSTA, S.J.

New World Contacts with Asia
     Silvio ZAVALA

Latin Qualities in Brazil and the Philippines
     Jose MACEDA

Manuel L. Quezon and the American Presidents
     Gerald E. WHEELER

Theoretical Aspects of Southeast Asian History: John Bastin and the Study of Southeast Asian History
     Syed Hussein ALATAS

A Bibliography of Materials Available in the Library System of the University of the Philippines on the Modern History of Southeast Asia


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