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The other case, which has some importance for international law, is that of Indonesia. It gives an opportunity to observe the changing legal nature of a revolting colony in the process of becoming an independent country. J. 945 (1952); Schwarzenberger, "The Interdisciplinary Treatment oflnternational Law," in Fundamental Problems of International Law (J. Spiropoulos) 40 1-409 (1957). 28 THE SEARCH FOR A SOLUTION some indications on the causes and motives of the actions of Asian states. Their suspicions, distrust, resentments and also their preferences may become clearer from a review of their first contacts with modern international law.
Supra note 38, at 44-45, 93. 44 THE ORIGIN OF THE PROBLEM As noted earlier, the question whether Asia had a system of international law in the pre-colonial time is academic and irrelevant to modern international law. For even if they had a system of their own, it cannot possibly have influenced the development of modern international law, simply because there was no contact at the time between the pre-colonial Asian states and Europe, the place where modern international law came into being. The situation was quite different in the period now under consideration.
Soon after, it withdrew from the island. 25 The East Indies had also been constantly visited or invaded by foreign elements. India, especially had a great influence. Even prior to the 5th and 6th centuries states in South India expanded their trade relations to the Indies. 26 Cultural relations of this type had political ramifications as well for they were accompanied by an influx ofIndians into the visited areas. Although their numbers were relatively small, their influence was great. Not only did they introduce their religions into the new fatherland.