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Strategic Asia 2003-04: Fragility and Crisis

by Richard J. Ellings

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0971393834, Paperback)

The Strategic Asia Program at The National Bureau of Asian Research is a major ongoing research initiative that draws together top Asia studies specialists and international relations experts to assess the changing strategic environment in the Asia Pacific. The Strategic Asia Program transcends traditional estimates of military balance by incorporating economic, political, and demographic data and by focusing on the strategies and perceptions that drive policy in the region.

Strategic Asia 2003–04: Fragility and Crisis, the third Strategic Asia volume, examines the weaknesses and fractures affecting the strategic environment in the Asia Pacific and assesses how multiple crises are changing the region’s international relations.

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