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Bandung conference

Bandung Conference The Bandung conference which is otherwise known as the Asian-African conference was convened on April 18, 1955 and continued up to April 24, 1955, at Bandung in Indonesia.  The proposal of such a conference was represented by 29 Asian African countries at the 1st meeting of the Colombo powers during April – May […]

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The Emergence of third World Countries

The emergence of the Third World The independence movement led to the emergence of a series of countries that did not belong to the Western bloc or the Soviet bloc. These countries had various features in common, including underdevelopment and rapid demographic growth, and they became known collectively as the ‘Third World’, an expression coined […]

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Philippines

 Capital – Manila During the geographical exploitation Magellan, the Portuguese navigates discover Philippines in 1521.  It consist of a group of 7000 islands of which the 5 Luzon, the Visayan Island, Mindanao, Palawan & the Sulu Archipelago.  It is situated in the pacific ocean Soult’s of Farmosa and is named after the Spanish king Philip […]

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MALAYSIA

Introduction The peninsula of Malaysia occupied a very important among the states of S. E. Asia.  This comprises of 11 states of Jonor, Pehang, Negeru, Sembian, Selangor, Perak, Kadah, Perlis, Kelanton, Trengganu, Penang & Melekah.  Malaysia is the world’s largest producer of rubber & tin. The Malayans proper (a southern branch of the mongoloid race) […]

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NATIONALISM IN INDONESIA

Capital of Indonesia – Jakarta.  Indonesia formerly known as the Netherlands Indies which is  composed of a group of island of which Sumatra, Java, Mathura, Bali, Celebes, are very large.  This archipelago extends from Malaya to New Guinea.  Along the equator in the Hinduism & Buddhism were religions of the people.  From the 15th century […]

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