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A Study Of Foreign Policy Change In Asoutheast Asian Weak State, Linking Internal And External Explanations: The Philippines Under Martial Law, 1972-1981, Sung-Kwan Park Jul 1994

A Study Of Foreign Policy Change In Asoutheast Asian Weak State, Linking Internal And External Explanations: The Philippines Under Martial Law, 1972-1981, Sung-Kwan Park

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the foreign policy of a weak state, the Philippines, from 1972 to 1981. The focus of this study is on the Philippines’ authoritarian regime and its foreign policy change toward the United States, the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), and the Socialist Bloc. I examined two major factors, internal and external. These are authoritarianism, as exemplified by martial law in the Philippines, and greater power policy in the region, in this case, U.S. policy in Asia. The first explanatory factor, authoritarianism, was chosen as a concept to be examined regarding ...