Book Reviews: Membangkitkan Memori Kolektif Kesejarahan MALAYSIA-INDONESIA & Sejarah Lisan

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This book is a collection of papers presented at the historical dialogue conducted by the Malaysian Historical Society (on behalf of Malaysia) and Indonesian Historians Society (on behalf of Indonesia) in Johor Bahru from 1-3 October 2010, hosted and organized by Yayasan Warisan Johor. The meeting in Johor Bahru is the third in a series of Malaysia-Indonesia Historical Collective Generating Dialogue. The first dialogue was held in Jakarta from 17 to 19 March 2009, inaugurated by the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Bapak Dr. H. Susilo Bambang Yudhuyuno at the Presidential Palace. The second dialogue takes place in Tanjung Pinang in Riau Islands from October 7 to 10, 2009, inaugurated by the Governor of Riau Province, Bapak Ismeth Abdullah. Dialogue in Johor Bahru is the third in the series and the first to be held in Malaysia, inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Johor, YAB Dato' Haji Abdul Ghani Othman.

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.

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BookRix
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Oct 28, 2015
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Pages
10
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ISBN
9783739620336
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Language
English
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History / General
History / Medieval
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Uqbah Iqbal
It can be seen that the issue of violence and repression committed by the Myanmar regime has led to Rohingya ethnic suffering seems never-ending. In addition, the suffering experienced by these ethnic are very sad because their children, women and the whole Rohingya Muslims are oppressed and their human rights are denied. Even they also get service and treated with the most extreme and severe. In the turmoil that hit Myanmar, we see Myanmar conduct various forms of violence against the Rohingya community. Although ASEAN practice Non-Intervention Policy (NIP) in its member issue, but the issue conducted by Myanmar against Rohingya ethnic involving human rights and it is a humanitarian issue that needs to be solved immediately. Issues that occur in Myanmar is seen as a form of violence by their efforts to erode the Rohingya ethnic group committed by the military in Myanmar. With it, this could give a bad impression to the ASEAN following Myanmar brutal action against the Rohingya ethnic.

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.

Uqbah Iqbal
Uqbah Iqbal
Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2015 in the subject History - Asia, grade: 2015, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, course: History, language: English, abstract: Malaysia's economic development nowadays inherited from the three previous stages, starting with the level of growth and the rapid development of industry, the natural resources of the mid-19th century until 1914, followed by periods of volatility or instability of industry natural resources between the First and the Second World War and finally, the level of industry consolidation and rationalization of natural resources together with the diversification of the economy after 1945. Although Malaysia is a former British colony, the importance of the Japanese economy have contributed to the change in the foreign policy of Pro-Western Policy during the colonial and post-colonial to the Look East Policy during the administration of Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. The objective of this book is collect the author publishing articles with supervisors about Japanese investment in Malaysia during the period of study to help readers scour the economic interests of Japan with more accurate and easier in one book. This book also aims to add a collection of readings on Malaysia-Japan relations. This book is suitable to be read by those interested in understanding the relationship between Malaysia and Japan, East Asia lecturers, East Asian thinkers, those involved economic relations with Japan, the university students of various schools and to the general reader in society. For articles published in Malay, the author change it became English in accordance with the publication of this book in English. For articles which use footnotes reference system, the author change it becomes a text reference in accordance with the publication of this book for the public reading.
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