Regional Accommodation In Southeast Asia: A Study Of Attitudinal Compatibility And Distance
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Julian R. Friedman
International law, International relations, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
This dissertation is a study of dispositions and perceptions pertaining to increasing international interdependence. This study of attitudes as they may affect integration is not a study of integration per se. The single term "accomodation" is a reference to the attitudinal component of the larger integration process.--Preface.
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Howell, Llewellyn Donald Jr., "Regional Accommodation In Southeast Asia: A Study Of Attitudinal Compatibility And Distance" (1973). International Relations - Dissertations. Paper 6.