West New Guinea; the dispute and its settlement.

; American-Asian Educational Exchange (1957-1962)
[South Orange, N.J.] Published for the American-Asian Educational Exchange [by] Seton Hall University Press, 1973.

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Other Authors American-Asian Educational Exchange (1957-1962)
Subjects Indonesia -- Papua.
International law.
Papua (Indonesia) -- International status.
Description x, 281 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-271).
Contents Introduction. The political context ; Framework and focus -- Origins. Early historical background ; Genesis of the dispute, 1945-49 ; The Hague Round Table Conference and the 1949 Settlement ; The failure of bilateral negotiations -- Dynamics of the dispute. The sources of Indonesian policy ; Bases of the Dutch position ; Arguments pro and con ; The question of self-determination -- West New Guinea as an international issue. West New Guinea before the United Nations ; Rising tensions, 1953-57 -- Confrontation. The diplomacy of confrontations ; The Australian position ; Malaya attempts to mediate ; "A contest in all fields" -- Reappraisal at The Hague. The evolution of Dutch policy ; A decade of modest achievement ; A new program for the development of West New Guinea -- A serious international crisis. The Luns Plans ; "All means at our disposal" -- The evolution of United States policy. Studied neutrality ; Enter Kennedy.
The decision to intervene. The problem of Indonesia ; The relevance of West New Guinea ; Prelude to interventions ; The United States as mediator -- The role of the United Nations. The Hammarksjold approach ; The Secretary-General as mediator ; United Nations peacekeeping and United States policy ; The rationale of a joint approach -- Toward negotiations. First steps ; New alarums ; The Dutch and Indonesian positions summarized ; Preliminary talks arranged -- Negotiations under United Nations auspices. First round ; The Bunker Plan ; A test of wills ; The role of the mediator -- Settlement. Last flurry ; Alone ; A settlement at last -- Epilogue. The U.N.T.E.A. phase ; Indonesian rule ; Indonesia and the "act of free choice" ; "Self-determination" for the Papuans -- Conclusions. The great powers as third-party intermediaries ; The great powers and United Nations peacekeeping ; The United Nations as an instrument of United States policy ; Evolving concepts of self-determination -- Appendix -- Biographical note.
Geographic Area Indonesia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)754288
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WorldCat Identities Henderson, William, 1922-
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