Monarchy in South East Asia: The Faces of Tradition in Transition

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - History - 304 pages
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This title is the first study to relate the history and contemporary role of the South East Asian monarchy to the politics of the region today. Comprehensive & up-to-date, Monarchy in South East Asia features an historical and political overview of
*Cambodia
*Thailand
*Malaysia
*Brunei
*Indonesia
*Laos
*as well as the region in general.
The excellent coverage of this fascinating subject should be of interest to general reader as well as to specialists focusing on region.

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Roger Kershaw is Manager of the Modern Records Information Service at The National Archives. He is the co-author of Immigrants and Aliens: a guide to sources on UK immigration and citizenship.

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