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The Security Environment in the Asia-Pacific : National Policy Research Series - Hung-Mao Tien

The Security Environment in the Asia-Pacific

National Policy Research Series

Hardcover

Published: 5th July 2000
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Pacific Asia rivals the Middle East and South Asia as the most insecure region on earth today. This timely volume presents a survey of major issues confronting the Asia-Pacific region as it enters the new millennium: ASEAN's role in collective security; concerns over China and the disputed territories in the South China Sea; conflict on the Korean peninsula; Japan's role in the post-Cold War security order; United States' interests in Pacific security; and the relationship between Asian and European countries and governmental organizations.

Introduction
Great Powers and their Neighbors
The U.S.-PRC Relationship: Engagement versus Containment, or Engagement With Containment
The U.S. Asia-Pacific Security Strategy for the 21st Century
Japan's Military Cooperation and Alliances in the Asia-Pacific Region: Guidelines for U.S.-Japan Defense Cooperation
The PRC-Japan Relationship: Heading for a Collision?
The Regional Security Implications of China's Economic Expansion, Military Modernization and the Rise of Nationalism
The Challenge of the Hong Kong Transition: Its Implications for Asian Security
ASEAN Responses to an Emerging China: A Philippine Perspective
Multilateral Frameworks: Evolution and Assessment
Multilateral Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific Region: Challenges in the Post-Cold War Era
Assessing the ARF and CSCAP
The Role, Significance, and Prospects of APEC: Contributions to Regional Security
The Prospects of Asean Military Cooperation: Implications for Regional Security
Europe and Asia: Is ASEM a Model for the Future?
Flash Points and CBM
Sino-ROK Relations and the Future of Asian Security: A Developing Continental Power Balance?
The Challenge of Cross-Strait Relations: The Strategic Implications of the Missile Crisis
Confidence Building Measures in the South China Sea
China and Confidence Building in East Asia
Confidence-building Measures in the Taiwan Strait
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ISBN: 9780765605399
ISBN-10: 0765605392
Series: National Policy Research Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 5th July 2000
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.88  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.64