Managing the Security Dilemma in East Asia: The Potential and Performance of Confidence Building Measures
After the end of the Cold War, many states in East Asia embarked on robust military build-up and defence modernisation programs. In light of this development, one of the main security concerns in the region stemmed from the fact that such weapons acquisition programs were conducted with a relative lack of transparency with respect to regional states’ objectives and motivations. In an effort to prevent the military build-up/modernisation programs from escalating into a regional arms race, East...[Show more]
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