A US Strategy for the Asia-Pacific: Building a Multipolar Balance-of-power System in Asia, Issues 299-307
Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1995 - Political Science - 74 pages
This work prepares the ground, both for US policy makers and America's allies in Asia, for the time in the not-too-distant future when the United States will no longer be in a position to guarantee the stability of the Asia-Pacific region by its unilateral actions and forward military presence. Arguing that the US-dominated system of Asian security from the Cold war era needs a fundamental transformation over the next ten years, the authors recommend a number of steps the US can take to help develop a moderate multipolar balance of power in Asia.
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