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Communism in South-east Asia / Justus M. Van der Kroef.


Berkeley : University of California Press, [1980] .
ISBN 9780520041189, 0520041186

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Subjects Communism -- Southeast Asia.
Communism.
Communist parties -- Southeast Asia.
Communist parties.
Kommunismus.
Kommunistische Partei.
Southeast Asia.
Sùˆdostasien.
Description ix, 342 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Communism's rise in South-east Asia -- Historical origins -- The communist victory in Indochina -- A summing up: some characteristics of the Communist evolution -- 2. The contemporary political environment -- The non-Communist countries -- Indochina -- Summary: South-east Asian political patterns today -- 3. Party programmes and tactics -- Class, race, and religion -- The special case of students -- Vietnam and Laos -- Cambodia -- 4. Party organisation and appeals -- The organisational outreach -- The problem of armed insurrection -- Three models for the search for power -- Indochina -- 5. Between Peking and Moscow -- Relations with People's China -- ASEAN and Indochina -- The influence of the USSR -- The Indochina question and the world -- Conclusion: a look ahead.
Geographic Area Southeast Asia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6602884
(OCoLC)ocm06602884
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WorldCat Identities Van der Kroef, Justus Maria.
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