INTRODUCTION: A PROBLEM OF COOPERATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC.
Department of Political Science, University of Akron, Akron, OH 44325-1904, U.S.A.
Journal of Asian and African Studies Vol.33 (1998) pp. 1-19
Three themes emerge in the literature on post-Cold War Asia-Pacific. The first concerns the impact that the end of the Cold War has had or will have on the evolution of the Asia-Pacific international system. The second theme focuses on the challenges posed to the Asia-Pacific states by the new security agenda. And the third theme addresses the problem of institutionalizing security in the Asia-Pacific. In this article, I address these three themes and assess the relevance of Samuel Huntington's 'clash of civilizations' hypothesis for the future evolution of the Asia-Pacific international system.
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|Date:||Nov 1, 2000|
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