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Economists with guns: authoritarian development and US - Indonesian relations, 1960 - 1968



A major contribution to the study of Indonesia`s post colonial history and to the field of U.S. cold war diplomacy.Offering the first comprehensive history of U.S relations with Indonesia during the 1960s, Economists with Guns explores one of the central dynamics of international politics during the Cold War: the emergence and U.S. embrace of authoritarian regimes pledged to programs of military-led development. Drawing on newly declassified archival material, Simpson examines how Americans and Indonesians imagined the country's development in the 1950s and why they abandoned their democratic hopes in the 1960s in favor of Suharto's military regime. Far from viewing development as a path to democracy, this book highlights the evolving commitment of Americans and Indonesians to authoritarianism in the 1960s on.


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2912-2010327.1 Bra EElsam Library (Foreign policy)Tersedia

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Judul Seri
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No. Panggil
327.1 Bra E
Penerbit Stanford University Press : California.,
Deskripsi Fisik
viii, 367p.
Bahasa
English
ISBN/ISSN
9780804756341
Klasifikasi
327.1
Content Type
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Media Type
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Carrier Type
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Edisi
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Subyek
Info Detil Spesifik
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Pernyataan Tanggungjawab

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