Indonesia's postcolonial regional imaginary: From a 'neutralist' to an 'all-directions' foreign policy
This paper will examine the various ways in which the regional imaginary has been conceptualized and developed in maritime Southeast Asia, primarily focussing on Indonesia. Utilizing the recent debate on the notion of a 'Postcolonial International Relations,' this paper examines the role of imperialism and the colonial experience on the development of Indonesian 'ideas' of region and regionalism. This paper is structured into four sections. First of all, it explores the link between...[Show more]
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