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Bandung Conference 50 years
The Relevance of the 1955 AfroAsian Summit
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Afro-Asian agenda aggression Agrarian agricultural anti-imperialist APRN Asia and Africa Asian Asian-African Asian-African Conference Assembly Bandung Conference Bandung spirit capital capitalist Centre colonialism conflict cooperation corporations crisis cultural debt democracy democratic developing countries domination economic elites export forces foreign freedom global governance globalisation human rights IBON Foundation imperialism imperialist imperialist countries Imperialist Globalization Indonesia industrialization institutions International League intervention investment Iraq Israel Israeli Jose Maria Sison leaders LTTE military million movements multilateral NAASP national liberation national sovereignty NDFP neocolonialism neoliberal neoliberal globalization NGOs Non-Aligned Non-Aligned Movement oppression Palestinian peace negotiations peaceful coexistence peasants people's Philippines policies political post-colonial poverty production promote reform regime Research self-determination social society solidarity South Southern spirit of Bandung Sri Lanka strategy struggle Sukarno Summit territorial integrity terrorism Third World TNCs trade transnational unilateralism United Nations violations wall Washington Consensus World Bank