The Indonesian Doctrine of Territorial Warfare and Territorial Management

by Guy J. Pauker

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The author found that the general mental and emotional climate in Indonesia had changed markedly since his previous visit and predicted that the Soviet military assistance program could lead to Indonesian expansionism or even to Soviet-Indonesian military cooperation in support of "national liberation movements."

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