ASEAN which brings the goal of maintaining peace and prosperity in Southeast Asia seems scratches through Myanmar’s cruel action. Moreover, in this case also found that the Rohingya issue also poses a dilemma to the ASEAN member countries. This is because there are ASEAN member countries who want to help the Rohingya and this is a dilemma for ASEAN practiced NIP. This policy stated that any country that has the problem should not be interference from other ASEAN members. Therefore, it is clear that NIP is now less relevant practiced because the Rohingya ethnic need protection and assistance in line with human rights and humanitarian contained in ASEAN. However, if seen NIP has maintained security in the ASEAN region since ASEAN was established. It is better this NIP amended in line with the current situation prevailing in the ASEAN. Therefore, it is expected with this basic modifications can help and defend the fate of Rohingya ethnic in general as well as ensuring peace and prosperity among ASEAN members, and is capable of enhancing the reputation of ASEAN on a global level.
Oral evidence is among the most important sources in historical research. Documentation of oral history is a test of our ability as a researcher, about the ability to get other people's beliefs in order to provide their cooperation and ability to dispute their memories in an honest and imaginative. This book is available to help a person achieve the objective of producing recordings and transcripts of historical value as a source of good history. The first chapter introduces the history and historical sources in order to provide basic knowledge about the history and sources for historical research. This knowledge is fundamental in the task of documenting oral histories as sources.
Pada bulan November 1972, kerajaan Thailand dan ahli-ahli perniagaan terkemuka melahirkan kebimbangan terhadap laporan kempen anti-Jepun di Thailand dan mereka menyatakan ia pasti akan membawa perubahan dalam penembusan ekonomi Jepun di negara ini (The Straits Times, 17 November 1972). Pada bulan Mac 1974, jurucakap Kementerian Luar Jepun menyatakan Jepun telah meminta kerajaan Thailand untuk menubuhkan satu jawatankuasa bersama bagi menangani masalah yang ditimbulkan oleh pelaburan Jepun di Thailand (New Nation, 16 Mac 1974). Pada bulan Oktober 1975, Perdana Menteri Thailand, Kukrit Pramoj mengkritik Jepun kerana melabur di Thailand disebabkan oleh tenaga buruh murah di negara ini. Kerajaan Thailand melihat ia sebagai motif pelaburan yang salah (New Nation, 4 Oktober 1975).