By Rudi Paul Lindner
Rudi Paul Linder examines the the influence of nomadism on early Ottoman historical past and demanding situations the conclusions of Paul Wittek's upward thrust of the Ottoman Empire, which outlined the ways of greater than generatios of students. Nomads and Ottomans in Medieval Anatolia bargains a revealing research of pastoral nomads inhabiting the Anatolian plateau, the methods they met their wishes, their hazard to settled society, and the way that society managed them within the excessive heart Ages.
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9 48 03c_Brunei_037-073 5/6/07 5:38 PM Page 49 M A L AY S I A A N D T H E B A C K G R O U N D T O T H E R E B E L L I O N At this stage, which is before the Rebellion in December 1962, and whatever the arguments about Britain disengaging from Southeast Asia, the issue of defending Brunei did not loom large as far as British policy-makers were concerned. The issue of what was described as ‘irredentist pressure’ from either Indonesia or the Philippines on the Borneo territories was raised in a Note by the Commissioner-General in Southeast Asia in December 1956.
The various ex-officio members were to be appointed by the Sultan. Elections were to be introduced gradually within a period of two years and in the meantime the elected members would be appointed by the Sultan. At the same time as the Constitution was promulgated, the Brunei and Sarawak administrations were separated. Brunei was given a new separate High Commissioner (Mr D. C. White) with effect from 29 September. He was to be the direct representative of Her Majesty’s Government in Brunei. The old post of British Resident was to be replaced by that of Mentri Besar, the Chief Minister, a Bruneian.
Ultimately, however, it was very hostile. In this latter stance it had the support of the governments in Hanoi and Peking. It seemed willing to accept some kind of larger Malay state in 1961 and its sharp hostility dates from 1962. It was arguably preoccupied with what was happening to West New Guinea until the summer of 1962. The Philippines was on the fringe of the Malaysia issue, but Manila did have views on what should happen to North Borneo, or Sabah as it was soon to be called. There was nothing, however, in the approach of the government of the Philippines to match the bitter hostility towards Malaysia that eventually characterised Indonesia’s approach.