Asia-Pacific Security Cooperation: National Interests and Regional Order
See Seng Tan, Amitav Acharya
M.E. Sharpe, 2004 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
New developments in the Asia Pacific are forcing regional officials to rethink the way they manage security issues. The contributors to this work explore why some forms of security cooperation and institutionalisation in the region have proven more feasible than others.
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