This review article discusses two publications: Bandung 1955: Little histories (2010) and Making a world after empire: The Bandung moment and its political afterlives (2010). It concludes that, though thesee two texts offer many prisms through which the conference might be understood, the history of the Bandung Conference remains somewhat fragmented.
Field of Research
210302 Asian History
Socio Economic Objective
970121 Expanding Knowledge in History and Archaeology
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