Asia-Pacific Geopolitics: Hegemony Vs. Human Security

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Joseph A. Camilleri
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2007 - Political Science - 247 pages
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Despite significant cultural exchange, mutual trust and understanding remains fragile between Asia-Pacific countries. The community faces complex and seemingly intractable problems: violent civil conflicts, geopolitical tensions and economic uncertainties
 

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Contents

Hegemony and Human Security Competing Principles of Regional Order
3
Hegemony Perilous Empire and Human Security
23
Still Anchoring an American Asia Pacific?
43
Containing China A Flawed Agenda
59
Questioning the Rationale for Changing Japans Peace Constitution
75
Can Japan Create a Basis for its Internationality?
93
7 Beyond the Japanese Constitutional Dilemmas
105
8 Japan Australia and the UN Disarmament Agenda
123
9 Japan Australia and Niche Diplomacy in the South Pacific
145
10 The Role of the United Nations in the Twentyfirst Century
163
11 Foreign Policy in Search of a Sustainable World
175
Current Realities and Future Possibilities
193
Select Bibliography
219
Index
231
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