Bilateral Perspectives on Regional Security: Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific Region
W. Tow, R. Kersten
Springer, Aug 31, 2012 - Political Science - 279 pages
This book assesses the key factors underlying such Australian-Japanese cooperation and those policy challenges that could impede it. Experts offer critical insights into why their two countries – traditionally the two key 'spokes' in the US bilateral alliance network spanning Asia – are moving toward a security relationship in their own right.
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