The post-Cold War era provides both opportunities and challenges to the Asia-Pacific – a vast and complex region stretching from the Indian subcontinent to China, the Korean Peninsula, Japan, and the states of Southeast Asia. This volume, drawing on the expertise of a distinguished group of scholars and policy makers, critically examines the dramatic changes taking place in the Asia-Pacific region, their implications for regional and global security and stability, and the challenges such changes will present in the new millennium. Using a rich array of conceptual and methodological approaches, the contributors provide a nuanced interpretation and analysis of these complex issues.
|Title of host publication||The Asia-Pacific in the new millennium : geopolitics, security, and foreign policy|
|Publisher||Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2000|