Peace and regional security in the Asia-Pacific: a Japanese proposal
The security implications of the end of the Cold War took longer to be appreciated in East Asia than in Europe, but by the mid-1990s loomed large. The two distinctively Japanese dimensions to the debate are the future of the US-Japan Security Treaty (whose abrogation was urged by prominent American voices in the pages of Foreign Affairs in 1995), and the closely-related questions of Japan's own military posture, including its future contribution to the United Nations (on which it aspired to a...[Show more]
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