Accession Number : ADA310733

Title :   Evolving Pacific Basin Strategies, The 1989 Pacific Symposium.

Corporate Author : NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV WASHINGTON DC

Personal Author(s) : Alves, Dora

PDF Url : ADA310733

Report Date : 1990

Pagination or Media Count : 347

Abstract : Partial contents include: Pacific Challenges; Let's Organize the Pacific Basin Now; The Sino-Soviet Detente and Its Implications for the West; Chinese Pacific Security Policy in the 1990's; Arms Production Spread; Implications for Pacific Rim Security; The US-Japan Alliance in Historical Perspective; Strategic Problems from the Japanese Perspective; The Evolving Japanese Security Policy and the United States; The Future of Democracy in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Security Implications; US-Soviet Military Competition in Northeast Asia-The Case for Confidence-Building Measures; The Trend of US-ROK Security Relations; Gorbachev's Security Initiatives in the Pacific Basin-Implications for the United States into the 1990's; Cambodia-the Endgame and Beyond; The Philippines and the Future of Regional Stability; ASEAN Security after Kampuchea; Security in Southeast Asia in the 1990s-US-ASEAN Relations from an Indonesian Perspective; The ANZUS Alliance: Is It Relevant for the 1990's; The Evolution of Australian Strategic Defense Thinking; Not Wandering Off Into An International No-Man's Land; Security in the South Pacific in the 1990's and Beyond-A New Zealand View; A New Agenda to Service Long-Standing US Interests.

Descriptors :   *FOREIGN POLICY, *SYMPOSIA, *NATIONAL SECURITY, *EVOLUTION(DEVELOPMENT), *FAR EAST, *STRATEGIC AREAS, USSR, STABILITY, MILITARY STRATEGY, UNITED STATES, LEADERSHIP, POLITICAL ALLIANCES, JAPAN, HISTORY, ARMS CONTROL, AUSTRALIA, DEFENSE PLANNING, WESTERN SECURITY(INTERNATIONAL), INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, SOUTHEAST ASIA, SOUTH KOREA, CHINA, NORTHEAST ASIA, PHILIPPINES, DEMOCRACY, INDONESIA, POLITICAL NEGOTIATIONS, CAMBODIA, DETENTE, NEW ZEALAND, SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN.

Subject Categories : Government and Political Science
      Geography
      Military Intelligence

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