United States Policy towards Indonesia in the Truman and Eisenhower Years

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Preface

1
Richard Nixon, ‘Asia After Viet Nam’, Foreign Affairs, 46 (1967–68), 111–25.
2
The Guardian, 14 July 2001, ‘Spoils of a Massacre’ by John Pilger.
3
Gabriel Kolko, Confronting the Third World: United States Foreign Policy, 1945–1980 (New York, 1988), pp. ix–x. Kolko's work attempts to identify the common influences and patterns in US policy towards developing countries in Latin America, the Middle East Africa and Asia. For a criticism of the book, see Robert J. McMahon, ‘Interpreting America's Failures in the Third World’, Diplomatic History, 15(1) (1991), 131–6. Other important studies of US policy towards the Third World include Robert J. McMahon, The Limits of Empire: The United States and Southeast Asia Since World War II (New York, 1999) and H. W. Brands, The Specter of Neutralism: The United States and the Emergence of the Third World, 1947–1960 (New York, 1989).
4
Cordell Hull, Memoirs of Cordell Hull, Vol. 2 (London, 1948), p. 1599.
5
McMahon, The Limits of Empire, p. 18, and John Lewis Gaddis, We Now Know: Rethinking Cold War History (Oxford, 1997), p. 155.
6
Robert J. Donovan, Tumultuous Years: The Presidency of Harry S. Truman, 1949–1953 (New York and London, 1982), p. 146.

1 Washington Hides Behind the British (August 1945 – November 1946)

1
Robert J. McMahon, Colonialism and Cold War: The United States and the Struggle for Indonesian Independence (Ithaca and London, 1981), p. 45.
2
Rupert Emerson, The Netherlands Indies and the United States (Boston, 1942), p. 42.
3
McMahon, Colonialism and Cold War, p. 46. Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) 1940 IV, Hull to the Consul-General at Batavia (Walter Foote), 5 Oct. 1940, p. 167.
4
FRUS 1940 IV, Memoranda of Conversation, by Maxwell Hamilton, 25 July 1940 and by Stanley Hornbeck, 16 Aug. 1940 and Foote to the Secretary of State, 21 Aug. 1940, pp. 55–6, 75–9 and 83.
5
McMahon, Colonialism and Cold War, p. 46.
6
FRUS 1940 IV, Hull to the Ambassador in Japan, 4 July 1940, pp. 381–7.
7
McMahon, Colonialism and Cold War, p. 51. F. S. V. Donnison, History of the Second World War: British Military Administration in the Far East 1943–46 (HMSO, 1956), p. 413.
8
Public Record Office, London (PRO); FO 800/303; ‘Memorandum on the Essential Interests of the British Commonwealth in the Persian Gulf and its Coastal States: with Special Reference to India’, Mar. 1945.
9
Douglas MacArthur, Reminiscences (New York, 1964), pp. 111 and 254.

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