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In spite of the Malaysian opposition, to which the Thais lent their support, 106 Map hi Iindo did not disappear from the discussion of regional cooperation for some time. After the effective revival of ASA and the political demise of Sukarno in March, the discussion that ensued revolved around the role of Indonesia and the ways and means of bringing her within the regional cooperative framework. The issue was in all probability raised in the meeting in late April between Ramos and Malik, 107 and again in the meeting in Bangkok between Malik and Tun Razak.
A striking feature of the domestic scene in Indonesia was the caution with which Suharto and the new leadership went about changing internal as well as external policies as long as Sukarno wielded any political influence. 113 Changes occurred only gradually but with increasing pace as Sukarno's influence was eroded and eventually destroyed. Hence, the hints of a possible resurrection of Maphilindo may have been nothing but a last concession in the foreign policy field to the Sukarno era before the transition to the new policies which Suharto and other leaders were eager to implement.
In a speech before the Foreign Correspondents' Association in Singapore on 27 May 1961 the Tunku referred briefly to the possibility of sooner or later arriving at 'an understanding with Britain and the peoples of Singapore, North Borneo, Brunei and Sarawak'. 68 With these words the Tunku had started a process which eventually led to an amalgamation in September 1963 of Malaya, Singapore, Sabah (North Borneo) and Sarawak, known thereafter as Malaysia. 69 More than a year prior to this event, however, the Philippines, in a note of 22 June 1962 to the British Government, made official what already had been evident but unofficial for some time - that she wanted for herself British North Borneo, which was intended for inclusion in the proposed Federation of Malaysia.