Accession Number:

AD0687180

Title:

THE BALANCE OF POWER IN THE ASIAN-PACIFIC AREA, c. 1980.

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

WASHINGTON CENTER OF FOREIGN POLICY RESEARCH D C

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Report Date:

1968-04-01

Pagination or Media Count:

771.0

Abstract:

Contents Summaries and conclusions of background studies Some implications of the background studies for future U. S. policy planning Alternate U. S. strategies for the Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980 Historical analysis of the changing balance of power in the Asian-Pacific area U. S. interest and the Asian balance, c. 1980 The present and future role of China in the Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980 The present and future role of the USSR in the Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980 The present and future role of Japan in the Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980 The present and future role of India in the Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980 The present and future role of Pakistan in the Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980 The present and future roles of Australia and the United Kingdom in the Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980 The viability of Southeast Asian states, the Koreas and the Republic of China, c. 1980 Asian-Pacific conflict situations and potential settlements Regional cooperation in the Asian-Pacific Area sources and prospects Defense and regional cooperation The balance of power in the Asian-Pacific area--the military environment, c. 1980.

Subject Categories:

  • Humanities and History

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE