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Southeast Asia has long been seen as a unity, although other terms have been used to describe it: Further India, Little China, the Nanyang. The region has had a protracted maritime history. Confucianism, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Christianity are all represented. It has seen a quintet of colonial powers - Britain, France, The Netherlands, Spain, the United States. Most recently, it has become one of the fastest growing parts of the world economy. The very term 'Southeast Asia' is clearly more than a geographical expression. The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia is a multi-authored treatment of the whole of mainland and island Southeast Asia from Burma to Indonesia. Unlike other histories of the region, it is not divided on a country-by-country basis and is not structured purely chronologically, but rather takes a thematic and regional approach to Southeast Asia's history. This volume, the second and final in the series, takes us into the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, from the late eighteenth century of the Christian era when most of the region was incorporated into European empires to the complexity and dramatic change of the post-World War II period. It covers the economic and social life as well as the religious and popular culture of the region as they develop over two centuries. The political structures of the region are also closely examined, from the insurgencies and rebellions of early this century to the modern Nationalist movements which challenged the control of the colonial powers and led to the formation of independent states. Under the editorship of Nicholas Tarling, Professor of History at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, each chapter is well integrated into the whole. Professor Tarling has assembled a highly respected team of international scholars who have presented the latest historical research on the region and succeeded in producing a provocative and exciting account of the region's history.

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  • 1 - The Establishment of the Colonial Régimes
    pp 1-78
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    This chapter describes and endeavours to account for the incorporation of most of the region within the frontiers of European empires. It also endeavours to describe the process by which it was reached, and in particular to take account of the role within it of the rulers and peoples of Southeast Asia as well as the Europeans. The capacity of the Europeans to influence Southeast Asia was, sixth, enhanced by the growth of their power over the great neighbouring centres of population that had so long influenced it in a number of ways, India and China. While Britain occupied only Fort Marlborough in West Sumatra, two European powers were already established in Southeast Asia at the outset of the period, the Dutch and the Spaniards. Northern Borneo became of greater interest with the opening of trade to China and, since it possessed coal, with the development of steam communication.
  • 2 - Political Structures in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
    pp 79-130
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    In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries profound changes took place in the political order in all Southeast Asian countries. A main feature of these changes was the foundation of European-style state administrations within territories formally defined by European imperialism. This chapter devotes to the role played in these newly created states by the 'collaborating' classes. It was necessary for the colonial rulers to rely on the co-operation of one or more groups of Asians in order to exercise effective control. The chapter approaches the question of direct and indirect rule. Generally speaking, the depth and nature of the changes wrought by colonial rule depended on the degree to which indigenous political and social institutions were retained. The nineteenth century saw the traditional Burmese state and finally the Burmese monarchy collapse as it sought to resist increasing British pressure. The Siamese were strongly influenced by British methods of government, in both Malaya and Burma as well as at home.
  • 3 - International Commerce, the State and Society: Economic and Social Change
    pp 131-196
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    Economic and social change in Southeast Asia in the period from around 1800 to the outbreak of World War II flowed essentially from the unprecedented impact of international commerce on the economic and political structures of the region. Such commerce had long exerted a major role in shaping the nature of Southeast Asian politics and society but, driven by the imperatives of developing Western capitalism and the Industrial Revolution, particularly after about 1850, its global reach and irresistible dominance in this century-and-a-half transformed Southeast Asia with an astonishing thoroughness, rapidity and finality. The institutions of state and governance were informal, impermanent, personal, malleable and negotiable, and always prey to contestation from courtly aristocrats or local potentates. The first phase, liberal capitalism, characteristic of practice in lower Burma, Cochinchina, central Siam, Malaya, Sumatra, and Luzon, was simply to create the conditions which allowed the adjustment, elaboration and incorporation of existing styles of production into global marketing systems.
  • 4 - Religion and Anti-Colonial Movements
    pp 197-248
    • By Reynaldo Ileto, James Cook University of North Queensland, Australia
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    The period from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth centuries in Southeast Asia was one of increased turmoil concomitant with intensified European penetration, political consolidation by the dominant states, and the economic transformation of the countryside. The sensational and prolonged anti-colonial movements of the late nineteenth century-e. g. the Can Vuong movement, the Katipunan rebellion, the Aceh War-can be understood only in terms of the internal dynamics of the societies that produced them. This chapter examines the tensions between centres and peripheries, and the cultural systems-which one call 'religions'-that facilitated state- building as well as provided the idioms of resistance to the state. Despite the differences in doctrinal content between, say, Thai Buddhism and Filipino Christianity, the religio-political terrains in which they operated were very similar, leading to striking regularities in the style of anti-colonial resistance throughout Southeast Asia. Buddhist states in Southeast Asia had always been plagued by centrifugal tendencies and internal unrest.
  • 5 - Nationalism and Modernist Reform
    pp 249-324
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    Throughout Southeast Asia, the early twentieth century produced reformist activity directed toward altering established practices, whether indigenous or colonial in origin. This chapter explains the role of modernist political movements in events leading up to the creation of states which succeeded colonial regimes after 1945. Such movements are conventionally called nationalist, but most of them represented nationalism of a particular sort, based on territories containing heterogeneous populations rather than on groups of people with shared cultural characteristics. Government educational programmes were closely related to the motives that lay behind Western intervention in Southeast Asia. In the Philippines and Indonesia, the governments made conscious efforts to avoid identifying national culture with any one group, as did the Communist Party in Vietnam. Ethnically-based nationalism took shape in Thailand. The character of nationalism in the Malay peninsula derived from economic, social and political transformations of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
  • 6 - Southeast Asia in War and Peace: The End of European Colonial Empires
    pp 325-386
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    The period indeed opens with an event the impact of which is still clearly being felt, the Japanese invasion and the collapse of the European empires. Once more the fortunes of Southeast Asia were profoundly affected by forces outside the region. Once more its peoples reacted in a variety of ways. The colonial regimes were destroyed. In the Japanese phase new social and political opportunities were opened up for some, new constraints placed on others. The economy of the region, damaged in the Great Depression, was profoundly dislocated. Parts of it were fought over, parts not. The attempts of the colonial powers to return were again variously successful. Nationalist movements contended for power. They faced not only returning colonial rulers, but new local rivals. Their success was also partly dependent on the impact of changes outside the region, the decline of British and the rise of US power, the Cold War, the triumph of Chinese communism, the independence of India.
  • 7 - The Political Structures of the Independent States
    pp 387-466
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    Couple these built-in disabilities in writing contemporary history to a description of the political structure of the independent states of Southeast Asia and there will emerge a veritable nightmare. Within each state of Southeast Asia are legislative and executive institutions: the military, the bureaucracy, religious hierarchies, interest groups and others. Revolution impacted on the political structures by providing the consensus that transformed society from disparate and separate units into a united whole. It was especially widespread in Vietnam where the contest against the French and the United States was carried out in a continuous struggle, and it is to Vietnam that attention should first be given. There was a time after the end of the Indonesian revolution when pluralistic political structures abounded in Indonesia. Maximum government was clearly on the retreat and the emergence of private vigilante groups was indicative of a return to the old days of pluralistic political structures.
  • 8 - Economic and Social Change
    pp 467-528
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    This chapter discusses the economic and social change in Southeast Asia. The leadership of the new states had to argue that independence would mean the end of poverty and developmental backwardness. Most sought growth, generally involving a good deal of direct government involvement in the economy. Different ideologies affected government policy. But so did the changing international environment, to which as ever Southeast Asia had to respond. That in turn was affected both by the economic policies of particular outside powers and by global economic trends. The search for growth met varying success, but urbanization and industrialization were often accompanied by degradation of the environment. Traditional hierarchy and community were challenged, sometimes enthusiastically, sometimes more doubtfully. Most Southeast Asians achieved some compromise between the old and the new. The other options were protest and, rarely successful now that the state was unprecedentedly strong, rebellion. Southeast Asian choices of development strategies were based on both ideology and self-interest.
  • 9 - Religious Change in Contemporary Southeast Asia
    pp 529-584
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    The region remains a site of encounter between divergent world-views, and its peoples experience a rich variety of religious experiences. Earlier transformations in Southeast Asian history had been attended by changes in religion, and, this chapter suggests, pragmatic utilitarianism may be the most powerful missionary force in the Southeast Asia of the late twentieth century. In effect, traditionalism, magic, millenarianism, mysticism, scripturalism and fundamentalism exist within all the world religions of the region. In this context, recent reformulations of religion are evident through representations in politics as well as through participation in institutions which are conventionally recognized as religious. Spiritual impulses are implicit within national political culture, cultural policies, and popular practices. The chapter start by considering religious change at the macro level and in its external dimensions, by dealing with patterns of cultural change and the institutional levels of religious life. The relationships which were consolidated implicitly in the territories mapped by colonialism have carried into national structures.
  • 10 - Regionalism and Nationalism
    pp 585-646
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    The concept of Southeast Asia as a political entity emerged almost by accident from World War II when, at the Quebec Conference in August 1943, the Western Allies decided to establish a separate South East Asia Command (SEAC), embracing Burma, Malaya, Sumatra and Thailand. The two most important factors affecting regionalism and international relations in the immediate postwar years were the decolonization processes itself, and the problems of creating national identity within the former colonial boundaries. The effects of the Cold War soon spread to Asia, compounding the confusion and turbulence of the period, when governments were buffeted by conflicting ideologies and the backlash of Great Power rivalry. The South-East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), brain-child of John Foster Dulles, the US secretary of state, was formed consequent to the 1954 Geneva Agreement on Indochina. While Malaysia was willing to consider admitting the Indochina states into ASEAN, others were concerned that incompatible member states would undermine the character of the association.
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