THE LIMITS OF LATE-COLONIAL INTERVENTION

@article{White2008THELO,
  title={THE LIMITS OF LATE-COLONIAL INTERVENTION},
  author={N. White},
  journal={Indonesia and the Malay World},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={429 - 449}
}
  • N. White
  • Published 2008
  • History
  • Indonesia and the Malay World
The nurture of a ‘moderate’ trade union movement during the 1950s was a key element in British strategy for defeating communist insurgency in colonial Southeast Asia, and has often been taken as evidence of Britain's successfully ‘managed’ decolonisation of both the Federation of Malaya and Singapore. Supposedly, one of the lasting influences of the Emergency period has been weak labour organisations, subject to high levels of state scrutiny and control. This article takes a different tack… Expand

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