Item description for Bandung Revisited: The Legacy of the 1955 Asian-african Conference for International Order by See Seng Tan & Amitav Acharya...
The 1955 Asia-Africa conference (the "Bandung Conference") was a meeting of 29 Asian and African nations that sought to draw on Asian and African nationalism and religious traditions to forge a new international order that was neither communist nor capitalist, and led six years later to the non-aligned movement. Few would dispute the notion that the inaugural meeting in 1955 was a watershed in international history, but there is much disagreement about its long-term legacy and its significance for present-day international affairs. Was it a post-colonial ideological reaction to the passing of the age of empire or an innovative effort to promote a new regionalism? Were its principles of peaceful coexistence a rhetorical flourish or a substantive policy initiative? Did the Conference help define North-South relations? And in what way did the Conference contribute to the regional order of contemporary Asia?The authors in the present volume argue that the Bandung Conference had a lasting normative influence on the contemporary regional order of Asia, and that it underlies the diplomatic principles and loosely defined normative framework that characterize present-day Asian international relations.
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Studio: University of Hawaii Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 0.78 lbs.
Release Date Jul 31, 2009
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
ISBN 9971693933 ISBN13 9789971693930
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More About See Seng Tan & Amitav Acharya
See Seng Tan is associate professor and deputy director of the Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
See Seng Tan was born in 1965 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.