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" Government further agreed that foreign bases — temporary in nature — should not be allowed to be used directly or indirectly to subvert the National Independence of any of the three countries. "
Southeast Asia in Search of an ASEAN Community: Insights from the Former ... - Page 9
by C. Rodolfo Severino - 2006 - 489 pages
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Conflict and Confrontation in South East Asia, 1961–1965: Britain, the ...

Matthew Jones - History - 2001
...by the defence provisions of the London Agreement, were met in the Joint Statement by the agreement that 'foreign bases - temporary in nature - should...indirectly to subvert the national independence' of the Maphilindo countries, a formulation which was vague and noncommittal enough to satisfy everybody...
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Southeast Asia: A Testament

George McTurnan Kahin - History - 2003 - 350 pages
...military bases in Malaya. the Philippines. and Indonesia were to be regarded as "temporary" and not to be used "directly or indirectly to subvert the...national independence of any of the three countries." and that each would "abstain from the use of collective defense to serve the particular interests of...
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ASEAN's Diplomatic and Security Culture: Origins, Development and Prospects

Jürgen Haacke - History - 2003 - 290 pages
...The key passage reads as follows: Being in Agreement that foreign bases are temporary in nature and should not be allowed to be used directly or indirectly to subvert the national independence of their countries. and that the arrangements of collective defence should not be used to serve the particular...
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Malaysia

A. J. Stockwell - Commonwealth of Nations - 2004 - 723 pages
...region lies primarily in the hands of the Governments and the peoples of the countries concerned' and that 'foreign bases — temporary in nature — should...national independence of any of the three countries'. This was read in London as enshrining the Indonesian determination to be a major South-East Asian Power...
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Britain and the Confrontation with Indonesia, 1960-66

David Easter - History - 2004 - 257 pages
...Indonesian, Philippine and Malayan observers. Furthermore Paragraph 1 1 of the Joint Statement declared that ...foreign bases - temporary in nature - should...national independence of any of the three countries.. .the three countries will abstain from the use of arrangements of collective defence to serve the particular...
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