Security Interdependence in the Asia Pacific Region

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Security Interdependence in the Asia Pacific Region

Edited by James W. Morley
Lexington Books/New York: East Asian Institute, Columbia University, 1986
181 pp.

Six scholars look at the main security issues in the Asia-Pacific region. The essay by Richard Betts is particularly useful, as it puts U.S. interests in the Pacific in the context of America's overall strategic concerns.

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