Integrating the Pacific
Historical overview of international relations, migration, trade, war and conquest within and across the Asia-Pacific region from the late fourteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Focuses on how empires established by Portugal, Spain, England, Japan, and the U.S. spurred this region’s integration. This piece also introduces the fifteen chapters of this book and places each within the historical context of the Asia-Pacific region.
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