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Singapour et son environnement régional

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Philippe Régnier

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419. Morrison Charles E., Southeast Asia in a changing international environment: a comparative foreign policy of four ASEAN member countries, Baltimore, Michigan Univ. Press, 1976, 399 p.

420. Morrison CE. et Suhrke, Strategies of survival, the foreign policy dilemmas of smaller Asian states, New York/St Lucia, St Martin’s Press and Univ. of Queensland Press, 1978, 346 p.

421. Mortimer Rex, Indonesian communism under Sukarno, ideology and politics, 1959-65, Ithaca, Cornell Univ, Press, 1974, 464 p.

422. Mozingo David P., Sino-Indonesian relations: an overview, 1955-65, Santa Barbara, Rand Corporation, 1965, 85 p.

423. Mozingo David P., Chinese policy towards Indonesia, 1949-67, Ithaca Cornell Univ. Press, 1976, 303 p.

424. Nam Tae Yul., Malaysia and Singapore, the failure of an experiment, Iowa City, Iowa, 1969, 33 p.

425. Nam Tae Yul, Racism, nationalism and nation-building in Malaysia and Singapore, Meerut, Sadhna Prakashan, 1973, 142 p.

426. Narong Chai Akrasanee, Thailand and ASEAN economic cooperation, Singapore, ISEAS, 1980, 169 p.

427. Neher Clark D., Politics in Southeast Asia, Cambridge, Schenkman, 1979, 278 p.

428. Neo Mary, Intra-ASEAN cooperation: 1st summit to 2nd summit, Singapore, National Univ., 1977, 149 p.

429. Nishikawa Jun, ASEAN and the United Nations System, New York, UNITAR, 1983, 92 p.

430. Noordie M.S., From Malayan union to Singapore separation, 1945-65, Kuala Lumpur, Univ. Malaya, 1974, 353 p.

431. O’Ballance Edgar, Malaya: the communist insurgent war, 1948-60, London, Faber and Faber, 1966, 188 p.

432. Ongkili James P., Malaysia 1946-73: nation building and the problem of communalism, Kuala Lumpur, Univ. Malaya, 1980, 444 p.

433. Ooi Guat Tin, The ASEAN preferential trade agreement, an analysis of potential effects on intra-ASEAN trade, Singapore, ISEAS, 1981, 36 p.

434. Osborne Milton, Singapore and Malaysia, Ithaca, Cornell Univ. Press, 1964, 114 p.

435. Ostrom Charles R., A core interest analysis of the formation of Malaysia and the separation of Singapore, Claremont, Graduate School, 1970, 337 p.

436. Paterno Vicente T., ASEAN industrial complementation, Vienna, UNIDO, 1982, 154 p.

437. Pauker Guy J., Golay F.H. et Enloe C.H., Diversity and development in Southeast Asia, New York, Mc Graw Hill, 1980, 191 p.

438. Paul Erik C., The viability of Singapore: an aspect of modern political geography, Berkeley, Univ. of California, 1973, 415 p.

439. Peacock James L., Muslim puritans: renformist psychology in Southeast Asian Islam, Berkeley, Univ. California Press, 1978, 276 p.

440. Pettman Ralph., Small power politics and international relations in Southeast Asia, Sidney, Rinehart and Winston, 1976, 160 p.

441. Phanit Thakur, Regional integration attempts in Southeast Asia: a study of ASEAN’s problems and progress, Pennsylvania State Univ., Dept of Political Science, 1980, 333 p.

442. Phuangkasem Corrine, Thailand’s foreign relations, 1964-80, Singapore, ISEAS, 46 p. (Occasional Paper n° 74).

443. Political thinking of the Indonesian Chinese, 1900-77, éd. par Leo Suryadinata, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1979, 251 p.

444. Politics in the ASEAN states, éd. par Diane Mauzy, Kuala Lumpur, Marican and Sons, 1984, 343 p.

445. Pringle Robert, Indonesia and the Philippines: US interests in island Southeast Asia, New York, Columbia Univ. Press, 1980, 290 p.

446. Purcell Victor, The Chinese in Southeast Asia, London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1965, 623 p.

447. Rajendran Singhay G., Singapore in ASEAN, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Political Science, 1976, 97 p.

448. Ranjit Singh D.S., Brunei 1839-1983: the problems of political survival, Singapore, Oxford Univ. Press, 1984, 300 p.

449. Rau Robert L., Singapore’s foreign relations 1965-72, with emphasis on the Five Power Commonwealth Group, Ann Arbor, Univ. of Michigan, 1974, 498 p.

450. Readings in Malaysian foreign policy, éd. par Murugesu Pathmanathan, Kuala Lumpur, Univ. Malaya, 1976, 142 p.

451. Reinhardt Jon M., Foreign policy and national integration: the case of Indonesia, New Haven, Yale Univ., Southeast Asia Studies, 1971, 230 p.

452. Richer Philippe, Jeu de quatre en Asie du sud-est, Paris, PUF, 1982, 244 p.

453. Rochegude Anne, L’Indonésie aujourd’hui, Paris, Les Editions, 1981, 319 p.

454. Sandhu Kernial S., A decade of ASEAN, Singapore, Educational Publications, 1978, 60 p.

455. Saravanamuthu J., The dilemma of independence, two decades of Malaysia’s foreign policy, 1957-77, Penang, Univ. Sains Malaysia, School of Social Sciences, 1983, 206 p.

456. Sardesai D.R., Southeast Asia: past and present, New Dehli, Vikas, 1981, 485 p.

457. Seah Chee Meow, Singapore’s position in ASEAN cooperation, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Political Science, 1979, 33 p. (Occasional Paper n° 38).

458. Seah Tony Engwah, Problems and prospects of economic cooperation between Indonesia and other ASEAN members, with special reference to Singapore, Singapore, National Univ. Library, 1977, 68 p.

459. Shee Poon Kim, The roots of sinophobia in the ASEAN countries, Singapore, Nanyang Univ., 1977, 27 p.

460. Shee Poon Kim, The ASEAN states relations with Vietnam, Singapore, National Univ., 1980, 22 p.

461. Short Anthony, The communist insurrection in Malaysia, 1948-60, London, Muller, 1975, 547 p.

462. Simon Sheldon W., The ASEAN states and regional security, Stanford, Hoover Institution, 1982, 161 p.

463. Sinaga Janner, ASEAN: economic, political and defense problems and prospects in regional cooperation with reference to major powers in Southeast Asia, Washington, George Town Univ., 1974, 404 p.

464. Singapore’s international relations, éd. par George G. Thompson, Singapore, Education Board, 1966, 85 p. (Radio Talks Series 7).

465. Singham Geoffrey R., Singapore in ASEAN, Singapore, National Univ. Library, 1977, 97 p.

466. Siow Moli, Conflict, consensus and political change: case-study of intra-ethnic divisions in W. Malaysia, Ann Arbor, Michigan Univ., 1980, 508 p.

467. Skully Michael T., ASEAN regional financial cooperation, Singapore, ISEAS, 1979, 78 p. (Occasional Paper n° 56).

468. Snow Roger W., A comparative analysis of confrontatioin as an instrument of Indonesian foreign policy, Seatle, Univ. of Washington, 1973, 310 p.

469. Song Ong Siang, One hundred years’ history of the Chinese in Singapore, Singapore, Univ. of Malaya Press, 1967, 602 p.

470. Suryadinata Leo, Indigeneous Indonesian, the Chinese minority and China, Washington DC, American Univ., 1975, 302 p.

471. Tajima Takashi, China and Southeast Asia, strategic interest and policy prospects, London, Institute for Strategic Studies, 1981, 38 p. (A.P. n° 172).

472. Talabot Marcel, Singapour, troisième Chine, Paris, Robert Laffont, 1974, 253 p.

473. Tan Gerald, Trade liberalization in ASEAN, Singapore, ISEAS, 1982, 100 p.

474. Tan Fuh Gih, ASEAN monetary and banking cooperation from the standpoint of Singapore and Malaysia, Singapore, Nanyang Univ., 1977, 122 p.

475. Tarnthong Thongswasdi, ASEAN after the Vietnam war, Claremont, California Graduate School, 1979, 274 p.

476. Taylor Jay, China in Southeast Asia: Peking relations with revolutionary movements, New York, Praeger, 1974, 384 p.

477. Tilman Robert O., The enemy beyond external threat perceptions in the ASEAN region, Singapore, ISEAS, 1984, 51 p. (Discussion Paper n° 42).

478. The ASEAN: problems and prospects in a changing world, éd. par S. Viraphol, Bangkok, Chulalongkorn Univ., 1975, 254 p.

479. The ASEAN: regional cooperation in the ascendant, éd. par Mark Suh, Berlin, FGS AP, 1983, 243 p.

480. Understanding ASEAN, éd. par Alison Broinowski, London, Macmillan, 1982, 323 p.

481. Wang Gungwu, Community and nation: essays on Southeast Asia and the Chinese, Singapore, Heinemann Asia, 1981, 292 p.

482. Warshawsky Howard, From confrontation to cooperation: the influence of domestic forces on Indonesian foreign policy, Univ. of Virginia, 1974, 329 p. (Ph D).

483. Weinstein Franklin B., The uses of foreign policy in Indonesia, Ithaca, Cornell Univ., 1972, 664 p.

484. Weinstein Franklin B., Indonesian foreign policy and the dilemma of dependence: from Sukarno to Suharto, Ithaca, Cornell Univ., 1976, 384 p.

485. Wilairat Kawin, Singapore’s foreign policy: a study of the foreign policy system of a city-state, Washington DC, Georgetown Univ., 1975, 565 p. (Ph D).

486. Wilairat Kawin, Singapore’s foreign policy, Singapore, ISEAS, 1975, 104 p.

487. Williams Lea E., The future of the Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia, Washington, US Council on Foreign Relations, 1966, 133 p.

488. Wilson Dick, The neutralization of Southeast Asia, New York, Praeger, 1975, 206 p.

489. Wu Teh Yao, Southeast Asia and China: Asian neighbours, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Political-Science, 1974, 31 p. (Occasional Paper n° 8).

490. Wu Teh Yao, Politics East-politics West, Singapore, Pan Pacific, 1979, 243 p.

491. Wu Yuan Li, Economic development in Southeast Asia, the Chinese dimension, Stanford, Hoover Institution, 1980, 219 p.

492. Wong John, The political economy of China’s changing relations with Southeast Asia, Singapore, National Univ., 1984, 246 p.

493. Zacher Mark W. et Milne R.S., Conflict and stability in Southeast Asia, New York, Anchor Books, 1974, 489 p.

494. Zagoria Donald S., Vietnam triangle: Moscow, Peking, Hanoï, New York, Pegasus, 1968, 286 p.

D. Singapour : politique intérieure et société

495. Bedlington Stanley S., The Singapore Malay community: the politics of state integration, Ithaca, Cornell Univ., 1974, 583 p.

496. Bell David S., Unity in diversity: education and political integration in an ethnically pluralistic society, Indiana Univ., Dept of Political Science, 1972, 653 p.

497. Bellows Thomas J., The Singapore party system: the first two decades, New Haven, Yale Univ., 1978, 396 p.

498. Benjamin Geoffrey, The cultural logic of Singapore’s multiracialism, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Sociology, 1975, 34 p. (Working Paper 44).

499. Betts Russel H., Multiracialism, meritocracy and the Malays of Singapore, Arn Arbor, Michigan, 1978, 372 p.

500. Busch Peter A., Political unity and ethnic diversity, a case study of Singapore, New Haven, Conn., 1972, 438 p.

501. Chan Heng Chee, Singapore: the politics of survival, 1965-67, Singapore, Oxford Univ. Press, 1971, 65 p.

502. Chan Heng Chee, The dynamics of one party dominance, the PAP at the grass roots, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1976, 272 p.

503. Chan Heng Chee, In middle passage: the PAP faces the 80’s, Singapore, National Univ., 1979, 14 p. (Occasional Paper n° 36).

504. Chen George W.H., The social bases of political development and integration: the case of Singapore, Euquene, Univ. of Oregon, 1974, 202 p.

505. Chen Peter S.J., Elites and nation development in Singapore, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Sociology, 1975, 15 p. (Paper n° 46).

506. Chin Kin Wah, The defense of Malaysia and Singapore: the transformation of a security system, 1957-71, Cambridge, Univ. Press, 1983, 219 p.

507. Clammer John, Singapore: ideology, society and culture, Singapore, Chopmen, 1985, 170 p.

508. Craig Jo Ann, Culture shock! What not to do in Malaysia and Singapore, how and why not to do it, Singapore, Times International, 1979, 217 p.

509. Elites and national development in Singapore, éd. par K.E. Shaw, Tokyo, Institute of Developing Countries, 1977, 116 p.

510. Fong Sip Chee, The PAP story: the pioneering years, Singapore, Times Periodicals, 1979, 270 p.

511. George T.J.S., Lee Kuan Yew’s Singapore, Singapore, Eastern Univ. Press, 1984, 221 p. (1ère édition en 1973).

512. Girling John L.S., The bureaucratic policy in modernizing societies: similarities, differences and prospects in the ASEAN region, Singapore, ISEAS, 1981, 56 p. (Occasional Paper n° 64).

513. Government and politics of Singapore, éd. par Jon S.T. Quah, Chang Heng Chee et Seah Chee Meow, Singapore, Oxford Univ. Press, 1985, 324 p.

514. Hoadley J. Stephen, The military in the politics of South east Asia, Cambridge, Mass., Schenkman, 1975, 307 p.

515. Josey Alex, Singapore, its past, present and future, Singapore, Eastern Universities Press, 1980, 218 p. (lère édition en 1973).

516. Josey Alex, Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore, Times Internaitonal, 1980, 2 volumes (1ère édition en 1968, 1 volume).

517. Josey Alex, Industrial relations: labour laws in a developing Singapore, Singapore, Federal Publications, 1976, 303 p.

518. Josey Alex, Personal opinion, Singapore, Federal Publications, 1978, 224 p.

519. Josey Alex, Lee Kuan Yew: the struggle for Singapore, London, Angus and Robertson, 1980, 352 p.

520. Kassim Ismail, Problems of elite cohesion: a perspective from a minority community, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1974, 146 p.

521. Language and society in Singapore, éd. par Afendras A. Evengelos et Eddie C.Y. Kuo, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1980, 299 p.

522. Leong Choon Cheong, Youth in the army, Singapore, Federal Publications, 1978, 327 p.

523. Leong Peter Hu-weng, Business elites in Singapore with special reference to the Chinese case, Singapore, National Univ. Library, 1977, 82 p.

524. Lim Chong Yah, Education and national development, Singapore, Federal Publ., 1983, 122 p.

525. Margolin Jean-Louis, Singapour, 1954-80 : économie, politique, société, une dialectique, Paris, Univ. Paris VII, 1982, 844 p. (2 volumes) (Thèse).

526. Modern Singapore, éd. par Ooi Jin Bee et Chiang Hai Ding, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1969, 285 p.

527. Moey Yue Ken, The defence policy of Singapore, 1965-72, Singapore, National Univ. Library, 1974, 60 p.

528. Nair Devan, Tomorrow: the peril and the promise, Singapore, NTUC, 1976, 220 p.

529. Nair Devan, Socialism that works... the Singapore way, Singapore, Federal Publications, 1976, 268 p.

530. Nair Devan, Not by wages alone, Singapore, NTUC, 1982, 413 p.

531. Neville Mollie et Warwick, Singapore, a disciplined society, Auckland, Heinemann, 1980, 46 p.

532. Ong Teng Cheong, Report on moral education 1979, Singapore, Moral Education Committee, National Printers, 1979, 57 p.

533. Ong Wee Hock, Job creation or job loss? What every Singaporean should know about the economics of survival, Singapore, NTUC, 1977, 72 p.

534. Our heritage and beyond, a collection of essays on Singapore, its past, present and future, éd. par J. Jayakumar, Singapore, NTUC, 1982, 173 p.

535. Pang Chong Lian, Singapore’s PAP, its history, organization and leadership, Singapore, Oxford Univ. Press, 1971, 87 p.

536. Peritz René, The evolving politics of Singapore, a study of trends and issues, Philadelphia, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1964, 435 p.

537. Platt John T., English in Singapore and Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Oxford Univ. Press, 1980, 292 p.

538. Political and social change in Singapore, éd. par ISEAS, Singapore, 1975, 202 p. (Southeast Asian Perspectives n° 3).

539. Politics, society and economy in the ASEAN states, éd. par Berhard Dahm et W. Draguhn, Wiesbaden, Otto Harrassowitz, 1975, 325 p.

540. Pranee Saipiroon, ASEAN governments’ attitudes towards regional security, 1975-79, Bangkok, Chulalongkorn Univ., Institute of Asian Studies, 1982, 108 p.

541. Public policy and population change in Singapore, éd. par S.J. Chen et James T. Fawcett, New York, The Population Council, 1979, 275 p.

542. Quah Jon Sien T., Administrative and legal measures for combating bureaucratic corruption in Singapore, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Political Science, 1978, 25 p. (Occasional Paper n° 34).

543. Quah Jon Sien T., The origins of the public bureaucracies in the ASEAN countries, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Political Science, 1978, 32 p. (Occasional Paper n° 32).

544. Raj K. Vasil, Governing Singapore, Singapore, Eastern Universities Press, 1984, 198 p.

545. Seah Chee Meow, The Singapore bureaucracy and issues of transition, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Political Science, 1975, 30 p. (Occasional Paper n° 12).

546. Seah Chee Meow, Higher education in the changing environment, case study of Singapore and Indonesia, Singapore, Regional Institute for Higher Education and Development, 1979, 114 p.

547. Siddique Sharon, Singapore’s little India, Singapore, ISEAS, 1982, 174 p.

548. Simon Sheldon, The ASEAN states and regional security, Stanford, Hoover Institution, 1982, 161 p.

549. Singapore society in transition, éd. par Riaz Hassan, Kuala Lumpur, Oxford Univ. Press, 1976, 371 p.

550. Singapore towards the year 2000, éd. par Saw Swee Hock et R.S. Bhatal, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1981, 162 p.

551. Solidum Estrella D., Towards a Southeast Asian community, Quezon City, Univ. of the Philippines Press, 1974, 264 p.

552. Strategies for social change: from upon Malaysia and Singapore, éd. par Victor H. Fic, St Catherines, Brock Univ., Canadian Society for Asian Studies, 1974, 131 p.

553. Tan Tai Wei, Our social framework and its ethical basis, Singapore, Oriental Univ. Press, 1973, 190 p.

554. The concept of democracy, éd. par George G. Thompson, Singapore, Adult Education Board, 1964, 66 p. (Radio Talks Series n° 2).

555. The contemporary family in Singapore: structure and changes, éd. par Eddie Kuo et Aline Wong, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1979, 306 p.

556. Trends in Singapore, éd. par Seah Chee Meow, Singapore, ISEAS, Univ. Press, 1975, 151 p.

557. Tyres Ray, Singapore: then and now, Singapore, Univ. Education Press, 1976, 2 vol.

558. Walter Michael A. et Hassan Riaz, An island community in Singapore: a characterization of a marginal society, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Sociology, 1977, 39 p. (Working Paper n° 61).

559. Wimalasari Jayantha, Correlates of work values of Singapore employees, Singapore, National Univ., School of Managment, 1983, 37 p. (Occasional Paper n° 35).

560. Wong Evelyne Sue, Industrial relations in Singapore, challenge of the 1980s, Singapore, National Univ., Dept of Business Administration, 1982, 31 p. (Occasional Paper n° 27).

561. Wu Teh Yao, Political and social change in Singapore, Singapore, ISEAS, 1975, 202 p.

562. Yeo Kim Wah, Political development in Singapore, 1945-55, Singapore, Univ. Press, 1973, 320 p.

563. Yeo Mui Kin, Some aspects of the population and urban geography of an island republic, the case study of Singapore since 1957, London, SOAS, 1974, 131 p.

III. Sélection d’articles

564. Abueva Jose V., “Alternative priorities in development in ASEAN countries”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 1979, n° 1, pp. 141-164.

565. Ahn Doo Soon, “Joint ventures in the ASEAN countries”, Intereconomics, XV, n° 4, July/Aug. 1980, pp. 193-8.

566. Akrasanee Narongchai, “ASEAN: economic trends and potential”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, vol. 5, n° 2, Sept. 1983, pp. 205-218.

567. Ambrose David, “The conflict between China and Vietnam”, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, July 1979, n° 2, pp. 111-122.

568. Arasaratnam Sinnapah, “Monopoly and free trade in Dutch-Asian commercial debate and controversy within the VOC”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, March 1973, pp. 1-15.

569. Arndt H.W., “ASEAN industrial projects”, Asia Pacific Community, Fall 1978, n° 3, pp. 117-128.

570. Arndt H. W. et Garnaut R., “ASEAN and the industrialization of East Asia”, Journal of Common Market Studies, vol. XVII, n° 3, March 1979, pp. 191-212.

571. Bakar M.A., “Islamic revivalism and the political progress in Malaysia”, Asian Survey, Oct. 1981, pp. 1040-59.

572. Barnett Robert W., “ASEAN unguarded coasts”, Foreign Policy, Spring 1980, n° 38, pp. 117-125.

573. Bass Jerome R., “Malaysia and Singapore: moving apart?”, Asian Survey, February 1979, n° 9, pp. 122-129.

574. Blake D.J., “pattern of Singapore trade 1961-66”, Malayan Economic Review, vol. 13, n° 1, April 1968, pp. 39-69.

575. Boyce Peter, “policy without authority: Singapore’s external affairs power”, Journal of Southeast Asian History, vol. 6, n° 2, Sept. 1965.

576. Buszynski Leszek, “Thailand, Moscow and the Kampuchean imbroglio”, The World Today, Feb. 1982, pp. 68-72.

577. Buu Hoan, “Regionalism: limitations and possibilities”, Malayan Economic Review, 1969, n° 2, pp. 18-25.

578. Caldwell Malcolm, “ASEANisation”, Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 4, n° 1, 1974, pp. 36-70.

579. Chan Heng Chee, “Singapore’s foreign policy, 1965-68”, Journal of Southeast Asian History, vol. X, n° 1, 1969, pp. 117-191.

580. Chan Heng Chee, “Singapore in 1981: planned changes, unplanned consequences”, Asian Survey, vol. XXII, n° 2, 1982, pp. 219-225.

581. Chan Heng Chee, “Singapore in 1982: gradual transition to a new order”, Asian Survey, vol. XXIII, n° 2, Feb. 1983, pp. 201-207.

582. Chaponniere Jean-Raphael, « Singapour, l’entrepôt à l’assaut des “high tech” », Industries et Travaux d’Outre-Mer, Paris, janvier 1984, pp. 51-57.

583. Chee Stephen, “Malaysia and Singapore: separate identities, different priorities”, Asian Survey, vol. XIII, Feb. 1973, pp. 151-161.

584. Chen Bernard, “Another sacrifice for Singapore to survive”, Trends, n° 14, Dec. 1977, pp. 1-11.

585. Chen Peter S.J., “Elites and national development in Singapore”, Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science, 1975, n° 3, pp. 17-25.

586. Chen Peter S.J., “Strategies for the development of a Singaporean identity”, Journal of Sociology and Psychology, Singapore, 1978, pp. 1-8.

587. Chia Siow Yue, “ASEAN economic cooperation, Singapore’s dilemma”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, vol. 2, n° 2, Sept. 1980, pp. 113-134.

588. Chiew Seen Kong, “Singapore’s national identity: an alternative view”, Review of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, vol. 6, Dec. 1976, pp. 1-10.

589. Chua Joon Eng et Morgan Th., “The accuracy and external consistency of Singapore’s trade statistics”, Malaysian Economic Review, vol. 17, n° 1, April 1972, pp. 8-24.

590. Clapiers Roselyne (de), « La nouvelle Asie, l’archipel du dynamisme », Moniteur du Commerce International, Paris, juillet 1983, n° 565/25, pp. 13-43.

591. Colless Brian E. « The ancient history of Singapore ». Journal of Southeast Asian History, Vol. X, n° 1, March 1969, pp. 1-11.

592. Colless Brian E., “The early western ports of the Malay Peninsula”, Journal of Tropical Geography, vol. 29, Dec. 1969, pp. 1-9.

593. Cowan Charles D., “Early Penang and the rise of Singapore”, Journal of the Malayan of the Royal Asiatic Society (JMBRAS), vol XXIII, 1950, pp. 113-203.

594. Cowan Charles D., “Continuity and change in the international history of maritime Southeast Asia”, Journal of Southeast Asian History, vol. IX, 1968, pp. 1-11.

595. Crissman Lawrence W., “A discussion of ethnicity and its relation to commerce”, Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science, vol. 5, n° 1/2, 1977, pp. 96-110.

596. Crone Donald K., “Managment of international dependence: the case of ASEAN”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, June 1983, pp. 53-77.

597. Crosbie A.J., “Brunei: the constraints of a small state”, Southeast Asian Affairs, 1978, pp. 67-79.

598. Dartford Gerald P., “Malacca: emporium of the eastern trade”, History Today, vol. X, Déc. 1960, pp. 856-64.

599. Devillers Philippe, « L’Asie du sud-est, futur dominion chinois ? », Croissance des Jeunes Nations, n° 214, février 1980, pp. 14-18.

600. Djiwandono Soedjati J., Neutralization: a new hope of Southeast Asia?”, Indonesia Quarterly, vol. I, n° 2, Jan. 1973, pp. 18-26.

601. Draguhn Werner, “ASEAN: relations with the People’s Republic of China”, Intereconomics, June 1974, pp. 173-7.

602. Drummond Stuart, “ASEAN: the growth of an economic dimension”, The World Today, vol. 35, n° 1, Jan. 1979, pp. 31-38.

603. Drummond Stuart, “15 years of ASEAN”, Journal of Common Market Studies, vol. 20, n° 4, June 1982, pp. 301-9.

604. Ee Joyce, Chinese migration to Singapore, 1896-1941”, Journal of Southeast Asian History, vol2, 1961, pp. 33-51.

605. Fifield Russel H., “power relations among the Southeast Asian states”, Asian Affairs, vol. 4, n° 3, Jan.-Feb. 1977, pp. 151-171.

606. Fifield Russel H., “ASEAN: image and reality”, Asian Survey, vol. XIX, n° 12, Déc. 1979, pp. 1199-1207.

607. Fifield Russel H., ASEAN: the perils of viability”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 1980, n° 2, pp. 191-223.

608. Fistie Pierre, « La rupture entre Singapour et la Malaysia », Revue française de Science Politique, vol XVII, n° 2, avril 1967, pp. 237-262.

609. Fitzgerald CP., “The expulsion of Singapore”, Nation, Singapore, n° 201, Oct. 1965, pp. 208-212.

610. Fontaine Jean P., « Le miracle de Singapour », Asia Quarterly 1974, n° 4, pp. 339-345.

611. Funnel Victor C., “China and ASEAN: the changing face of Southeast Asia”, The World Today, vol. 31, n° 7, July 1975, pp. 299-306.

612. Furnivall J.S., “The early history of the Malay archipelago”, Journal of Burma Research Society, vol. XXIV, n° 2, 1933, pp. 93-104.

613. Galbraith Francis J., “ASEAN today: feeling the heat”, Asian Affairs, vol. 8, n° 1, Sept./Oct. 1980, pp. 30-40.

614. Gallez A. et Troupin J.L., « Les NIC’s d’Asie », Tiers Monde, tome XXII, n° 87, juillet-sept. 1982, pp. 523-556.

615. Gibson-Hill C.A., “Singapore: notes on the history of the Old Strait, 1580-1850”, JMBRAS, vol. XXVII, n° 1, 1954, pp. 163-214.

616. Gomane Jean P., « L’ANASE : le cadre historique et géopolitique, évolution interne et rayonnement extérieur », Défense Nationale, Paris, vol. 36, janv. 1980, pp. 101-119 et février 1980, pp. 49-60.

617. Gong G.W., “problems and progress in cultural and regional interactions: the case of ASEAN”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, vol. 2, n° 1, June 1980, pp. 41-53.

618. Gunn Geoffrey C., “Ideology and the concept of government in the Indonesian New Order”, Asian Survey, vol. XIX, n° 8, Aug. 1979, pp. 751-769.

619. Heaton William R., “China and Southeast Asian communist movements: the decline of dual track diplomacy”, Asian Survey, Aug. 1982, vol. XXII, n° 8, pp. 779-800.

620. Hervouet Gérard, « L’ASEAN : une communauté en quête de sécurité et de développement », Journal of European Integration, vol. II, n° 2, Jan. 1979, pp. 299-318.

621. Hickling R.H., “The influence of the Chinese upon legislative history in Malaysia and Singapore”, Malaya Law Review, vol. 20, Déc. 1978, 265-86.

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