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Southeast Asia

Creator: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Center for Vietnamese Studies | History - 1971



154 pages

Southeast Asia, History, Culture, People

Creator: Edward Graff, Harold Earl Hammond | 1971

An examination and evaluation of the people and cultures of one of the most strategic areas in the contemporary world. Includes information about the land, foreign relations, new nations, natural resources and languages.

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An examination and evaluation of the people and cultures of one of the most strategic areas in the contemporary world. Includes information about the land, foreign relations, new nations, natural resources and languages.



229 pages

Southeast Asia

Creator: Alice Taylor | 1971


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Southeast Asia Treaty Organization - Wikipedia, the free ...
The South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) was an international organization for collective defense in Southeast Asia created by the Southeast Asia Collective ...

Southeast Asian Games - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Southeast Asian Games (also known as the SEA Games), is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia.

UWCSEA | International school in Singapore
Started in 1971, UWCSEA is an international IB school in Singapore, recognised for academic excellence, service and outdoor education for students ages 4 to 18.

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization Facts, information ...
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), alliance organized (1954) under the Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty by representatives of Australia, France ...

Southeast Asia, 1600–1800 A.D. | Heilbrunn Timeline of ...
In mainland Southeast Asia, courtly and urban centers flourish in prosperous regional kingdoms, such as that of Ayudhya in Thailand. Conflicting relationships between ...


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    Interesting read, if you take it with a pinch of salt.

    The author has been candid about the weakness and strengths of Pakistan, which he calls a 'laboratory for merging Islam with democracy'. As a person interested in the wellbeing of Pakistan, I found it to be an interesting read, unputdownable.While he has tried to be upbeat at times, and noncommittal at others, he does seem to downplay the realpolitik that resulted in Partition: while Islam was often used as an excuse and to rouse the masses, it was the landowners that basically financed the activities of Muslim League because they didn't want to stay within India which had already decided on a centrally controlled socialism after independence from Britain.Mr. Jinnah was the most un-Islamic of people: he chose to be a clean-shaven, tailored-suit donning gent with all manners English, and enjoyed a daily glass of Scotch. He was once a proponent of Hindu-Muslim unity, against Partition and abhorred the Islamic clergy with a zeal. Even the Muslim League, and... 3/5 Barry O'Toole (USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Faithful Scribe: A Story of Islam, Pakistan, Family, and War (Hardcover) The author has been candid about the weakness and strengths of Pakistan, which he calls a 'laboratory for merging Islam with democracy'. As a person interested in the wellbeing of Pakistan, I found it to be an interesting read, unputdownable.While he has tried to be upbeat at times, and noncommittal at others, he does seem to downplay the realpolitik that resulted in Partition: while Islam was often used as an excuse and to rouse the masses, it was the landowners that basically financed the activities of Muslim League because they didn't want to stay within India which had already decided on a centrally controlled socialism after independence from Britain.Mr. Jinnah was the most un-Islamic of people: he chose to be a clean-shaven, tailored-suit donning gent with all manners English, and enjoyed a daily glass of Scotch. He was once a proponent of Hindu-Muslim unity, against Partition and abhorred the Islamic clergy with a zeal. Even the Muslim League, and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 3, 2013

    Beautiful blend of personal and political

    Shahan Mufti has spent his life walking the line between two vastly different countries: the United States and Pakistan. Raised in Ohio by his parents who came to the US soon after their marriage, Mufti and his family return to Pakistan in his adolescence, the first in a series of moves between the two nations. When Mufti's work brings him to Pakistan to cover news of the Afghanistan War, he discovers documents from his ancestors that encourage him to dig into his family's past. He finds both an amazing family story and the understanding that his two homes have much more in common than many realize.Both a personal and political memoir, The Faithful Scribe brilliantly blends the history of one family with the history of a nation as a whole. As he traces his family's past, Mufti writes with deep insight into the relationship between the two countries during the Reagan, Bush and Obama eras without ever feeling overly dogmatic. He is able to point out specific parallels... 4/5 River City Reading (Richmond, VA) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Faithful Scribe: A Story of Islam, Pakistan, Family, and War (Hardcover) Shahan Mufti has spent his life walking the line between two vastly different countries: the United States and Pakistan. Raised in Ohio by his parents who came to the US soon after their marriage, Mufti and his family return to Pakistan in his adolescence, the first in a series of moves between the two nations. When Mufti's work brings him to Pakistan to cover news of the Afghanistan War, he discovers documents from his ancestors that encourage him to dig into his family's past. He finds both an amazing family story and the understanding that his two homes have much more in common than many realize.Both a personal and political memoir, The Faithful Scribe brilliantly blends the history of one family with the history of a nation as a whole. As he traces his family's past, Mufti writes with deep insight into the relationship between the two countries during the Reagan, Bush and Obama eras without ever feeling overly dogmatic. He is able to point out specific parallels... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 22, 2013

    A really good book

    0 5/5 Toni S. Seroshek (Monticello, MN USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Faithful Scribe: A Story of Islam, Pakistan, Family, and War (Kindle Edition) This is a wonderful book - a good history of Pakistan told within a family history - both very interesting, told with honesty, love and respect. I highly recommend reading this book! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 2, 2014


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