Shining Futures, Imminent Dangers

New Nation-States and Mass Violence in Southeast Asia

in Asian Journal of Social Science
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After a brief period of optimism that accompanied the emergence of new nation-states, Southeast Asian politics experienced the impact of the Cold War which turned the region into a hotbed of mass violence. An estimated number of seven million people lost their lives, while fragile democracies were replaced by authoritarian regimes, postponing further democratization to the end of the 20th century.

Shining Futures, Imminent Dangers

New Nation-States and Mass Violence in Southeast Asia

in Asian Journal of Social Science

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    Sukarno, U Nu, Sihanouk, Ho Chi Minh, Ramon Magsaysay and Tunku Abdul RahmanSource: Google pictures

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    Cartoon in Pemuda, 11 November 1954: “3.5 centuries of Dutch colonialism; 3.5 years Japanese occupation; 17 August 1945: Declaration of independence; August 1954: Indonesian corruption”

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    Suharto, Ne Win, Mahathir Mohamad, Lee Kuan Yew, Ferdinand Marcos and his wife, Pol PotSource: Google pictures

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