Okinawa, the US–Japan Alliance, and Asia-Pacific Security
Recent tensions in Northeast Asia highlight the need for a stable regional security architecture – a role long played by the US–Japan alliance. In fact, the alliance has long been a core part of regional security politics. The United States’ “San Francisco,” or “hub-and spokes,” system of alliances has contributed much to Asia’s security and economic development (Calder 2004; Tow and Envall 2011). Today, however, the US–Japan alliance is challenged not only by regional...[Show more]
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