U.S. National Security in the Pacific and Asia
Examines the effects of the breakup of the Soviet Union, discussing military, foreign policy, internal conditions in China, Japan, Korea and Indochina.
# 19935 | 3,375 words | 27 sources | 1993 |
Published on Mar 01, 2003 in Political Science (U.S.) , European Studies (Collapse of the Soviet Empire) , International Relations (General)
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From the Paper:"National Security in the Pacific and Asia
This paper will discuss present United States national security interests in the Pacific region and future interests in light of the changing world situation. Specifically, the paper will examine 1) the effect of the dissolution of the Soviet Union on Asia and the Pacific region and how this event has changed the United States interests in this part of the world; and 2) the effect this dissolution has had on the various countries in Asia and the Pacific and their military capabilities.
Until 1992, United States interests in the Pacific and Asia revolved around containment of Soviet influence and interests in the region (Crowe-& Romberg, 1991, p. 124; Bosworth, 1991/92, p. 114). Since the end of the Second World War, the United States has sought to contain the spread of communism in Asia and the ..."
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