Henk Schulte Nordholt is a professor of Asian history at Erasmus University in Rotterdam and an associate professor of Modern Asian History at the University of Amsterdam.
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Southeast Asia summons images of tropical forests and mountains, islands and seas, and a multitude of languages, cultures, and religions. Yet the area has never formed a unified political vision nor has it developed cultural unity. Academics have defined Southeast Asia over the years as what is left over after subtracting Australia, the South Pacific islands, China and India.