The Political Impact of Islam in Southeast Asia. Phase II. Topic A-16,
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The study presented here is an examination of the political status of Islam in Southeast Asia both as a religion and a vital determinant of ethnic identity. We conclude that the two phenomena of Islamic fundamentalism and Islamic neomodernism will be important variables in the evolution of politics in the region. Contents Malaysia Indonesia Philippines Thailand Singapore Brunei.
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