The Bandung Conference of 1955 – also known as the Asian-African Conference (Konferensi Asia-Afrika in Indonesian) – has acquired a legendary aura in international relations history. Its spirit of solidarity among newly independent nations in Asia and Africa was breathtaking: never before had non-Western nations come together to seek a voice in world politics.
"The Bandung spirit: Connecting with the future,"
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