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Arnold C. Brackman • 10 Items / 7 Books, 1 Article, 2 Reviews
Southeast Asia's Second Front (1966)
The Power Struggle in the Malay Archipelago
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Published Reviews
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    Moscow and the Malay Triangle (2 Reviews)
    Soviet Strategies in Southeast Asia, by Charles B. McLane
    1. Soviet Strategies in Southeast Asia by Charles B. McLane
    2. Southeast Asia's Second Front by Arnold C. Brackman
    Problems of Communism, November 1969, pp. 51-53
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    Book Reviews (4 Reviews)
    On Southeast Asia
    1. The Changing Face of Southeast Asia by Amry Vandenbosch and Richard Butwell
    2. The Dimensions of Conflict in Southeast Asia by Bernard K. Gordon
    3. The Future of the Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia by Lea E. Williams
    4. Southeast Asia's Second Front by Arnold C. Brackman
    Current History, January 1967, pp. 50-54
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    South and Southeast Asia
    1. Asia: A Handbook by Guy Wint
    2. Re-Orientations by Hugh Tinker
    3. Struggle for the Himalayas by Shanti P. Varma
    4. The Process of Planning by A.H. Hanson
    5. Three General Elections in Gujarat by Devavrat N. Pathak
    6. Partition of the Punjab by Satya M. Rai
    7. Soviet Strategies in Southeast Asia by Charles B. McLane
    8. Religion and Politics in Burma by Donald Eugene Smith
    9. Southeast Asia's Second Front by Arnold C. Brackman
    10. A Short History of Malaysia by Harry Miller
    11. Thailand: The Modernization of a Bureaucratic Polity by Fred Riggs
    12. Vietnam: Yesterday and Today by Ellen J. Hammer
    13. Viet-Nam Witness, 1953-66 by Bernard B. Fall
    14. War Without Guns by George K. Tanham, W. Robert Warne, and Earl J. Young, ...
    15. Five Journeys from Jakarta by Maslyn Williams
    Foreign Affairs, October 1966, pp. 175-176