Bandung 60 years on: revolt and resilience in international society   Author: Richard Devetak, Tim Dunne, Ririn Tri Nurhayati.
China’s threat to America in Africa   Author: Adams Oloo.
The People's Republic of China and Africa   Author: Tareq Y. Ismael.
China and Africa: Building an economic partnership   Author: Garth Shelton.
The 1955 Bandung Conference and its present significance   Author: Yayan GH Mulyana.
Final Communiqué of the Asia-African Conference of Bandung (24 April 1955)   Author: .
From Bandung to Durban: Whither the Afro-Asian coalition?   Author: Amitav Acharya, See Seng Tan, A. Adebajo.
The Political and Moral Imperatives of the Bandung Conference of 1955: The Reactions of the US, UK and Japan   Author: Kweku Ampiah.
The Legacies of Bandung: Decolonization and the Politics of Culture   Author: Christopher J. Lee, D. Chakrabarty.
Bandung Revisited: The Legacy of the 1955 Asian-African Conference for International Order   Author: See Seng Tan, Amitav Acharya.
Bandung 1955: Little Histories   Author: Antonia Finnane, Derek McDougall.
Africa in the Indian Imagination: Race and the Politics of Postcolonial Citation   Author: Antoinette Burton.
From Bandung to NAM: Non-alignment and Indian Foreign Policy, 1947–65   Author: Itty Abraham.
Towards a Bandung spirit‐based civil society movement: reflection from Yogyakarta commemoration of Bandung Asian‐African Conference   Author: Darwis Khudori.
The Bandung conference and Afro-Asian solidarity: Indonesian aspects   Author: Antonia Finnane, Derek McDougall, J. Mackie.
Rethinking the Bandung conference in an Era of ‘unipolar liberal globalization’ and movements toward a ‘multipolar politics’   Author: Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo.
Making a World After Empire: The Bandung Moment and Its Political Afterlives   Author: Christopher Lee.
Japan-Africa Relations   Author: T. Lumumba-Kasongo.
Japan at the Bandung conference: The cat goes to the Mice's convention   Author: Kweku Ampiah.
The Color Curtain: A Report on the Bandung Conference   Author: Richard Wright.