Abstract： Blessed with remarkable geopolitical conditions and developed commerce, the Malacca Sultanate, connecting both Western and Eastern civilizations, was one of the most significant ancient countries in Southeast Asia, which contributed significantly to the interaction and fusion among different civilizations. Among its neighboring countries, the Malacca Sultanate shared intimate political, economic and foreign relations with the Ming Dynasty. Overseas Chinese contributed much to the initial exploration and development of the Malacca. However, from the 16th century on, the Malacca Sultanate has been gradually annihilated by the Portugal colonist. Contradiction and conflicts, between the expansion system of sea commerce built by European countries and the tribute system of trade established by the Chinese Empire, inevitably emerged, and the two systems had made different influences in the oriental countries. In the perspective of diplomatic history, the annihilation of the Malacca Sultanate marked the beginning of modern Oriental diplomatic history.
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CHEN Fenglin. On the Impact of the Malacca Sultanates Annihilation in the Perspective of Oriental Diplomatic History. 太平洋学报, 2018, 26(11): 70-80.