Asia's Competitive "Strategic Geometries": The Australian Perspective
Recent changes of government in Australia and Japan, and a pending one in the United States, signifies a historical crossroads in these three allies� security politics in the Asia-Pacific region. In recent years, all three countries have tended to rationalize their strategic collaboration on the need to build innovative and competitive-oriented �strategic geometries� as a means to counter China�s growing power and to meet new types of threats in the region. Yet the Australian Government under...[Show more]
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