The new emerging forces in Indonesian foreign policy
It is no longer revolutionary to suggest that we live in a revolutionary world.' This was the view expressed in 1966 by Manfred Halpern. It has indeed become commonplace to hear that we live in a revolutionary age, that the world is rapidly being transformed, and this has especially been so since the end of the Second World War. As Spanier points out, 'the postwar era has been one of constant change, accompanied by ferment, turmoil and violence. One of the most striking of the changes...[Show more]
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