By Harold Stewart
One hundred eighty web page not easy conceal e-book of Haiku poems and work. released by way of Charles E. Tuttle corporation in a primary variation present publication in 1993.
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8 Boxer, supra note 5, at 428, note 3. 7 Professor Resink of Djakarta, who makes it his speciality to study the legal aspects of the early contacts between Europeans and Indonesians stated that, as a result of these misconceptions there was in the West naturally no place for the international law history of Indonesia during the many centuries preceding the colonial time. Resink, "Onafhankelijke Vorsten, Rijken en Landen in Indonesie tussen 1850 en 1910 (Independent princes, principalities and countries in Indonesia between 1850 and 1910), 9 Indonesie (The Hague) 265-296 at 293 (1959).
Indeed one of the main achievements of the European colonial powers was their ability to bring about in the end real unification, if only by force of arms. Before the arrival of the Europeans, the area was covered by a great number of fully or semi-independent states, which dealt with each other either on a footing of equality or on that of suzerain and vassal. In many cases the latter relationship should not be taken too literally for the tribute of a so-called vassal often amounted to mere formality and was restricted to something like an annual token tribute to the suzerain, who did not interfere with other external or internal affairs of his vassal.
What has been their state practices in a community whose structure and principles have apparently become less certain? Do they in general abide by the so-called established rules of international law? Or do they follow a path which deviates from established practice? And if so, is that different approach due to a general resentment towards an international law to the creation of which they have not been allowed to contribute in the past? Or is this resentment directed towards particular parts of present international law only, namely, to those parts which do not give attention to the specific circumstances of their particular case?