Regional Security in the Asia-Pacific: an ANZUS Perspective
Debate over the continued relevance of postwar U.S. alliance systems in Asia is intensifying at a time when American 'global' and 'regional' strategies seem to be converging. The ANZUS alliance is no exception to this trend. Australian and regional security analysts have recently focused on whether Australia faces a 'choice' between sustaining U.S. alliance affinities and commitments in a 'global' context or prioritizing its regional security postures in tandem with its growing economic...[Show more]
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