A Voice for a Just Peace

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Review

"Gareth Evans states in his endorsement in the front of the book that there were times Ali Alatas 'may have had private doubts about some of the position he had to defend' .... Of most value is the book's introduction, which establishes some key themes in Indonesia's foreign policy" (New Zealand International Review).

"A Voice for a Just Peace is an invaluable reference on Indonesian foreign policy" (Asian-Pacific Economic Literature).

About the Publication

For more than a decade as Indonesia's foremost diplomat, Ali Alatas in his speeches dissected and explored many issues: disarmament, reform of the United Nations, global and regional security, the imbalances in international economic relations, globalization, liberalization and a host of others. But always the theme was durable peace and the only way to reach it -- by way of justice.
          
          
          
          
          
          
          

Co-publication: ISEAS / Gramedia

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies / PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama

Contents

Preliminary pages
Introduction
1. The State of the World: An Indonesian View
2. Disarmament and International Security: an Indonesian Advocacy
3. ASEAN: The Case for Enlightened Regionalism
4. The Non-aligned Movement: The Enduring Quest
5. The Tortuous Road: Peacemaking and Peacebuilding in Cambodia, Southern Philippines and the South China Sea
6. The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: International Economic Issues
7. The North and the South: A New Global Partnership for Development
8. South-South Cooperation: The Case for Collective Self-Reliance
9. The Individual and Society: An Indonesian View on Human Rights
10. The Spirit of Partnership: Indonesia's Bilateral Relations
11. The Spirit of Reform

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