Accession Number:

ADA310733

Title:

Evolving Pacific Basin Strategies, The 1989 Pacific Symposium.

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV WASHINGTON DC

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1990-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

347.0

Abstract:

Partial contents include Pacific Challenges Lets Organize the Pacific Basin Now The Sino-Soviet Detente and Its Implications for the West Chinese Pacific Security Policy in the 1990s 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 Gorbachevs Security Initiatives in the Pacific Basin-Implications for the United States into the 1990s 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 1990s The Evolution of Australian Strategic Defense Thinking Not Wandering Off Into An International No-Mans Land Security in the South Pacific in the 1990s and Beyond-A New Zealand View A New Agenda to Service Long-Standing US Interests.

Subject Categories:

  • Government and Political Science
  • Geography
  • Military Intelligence

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE