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|Contributions||Wilson-Roberts, Guy., CSCAP Working Group on Comprehensive Security and Co-operative Security.|
|LC Classifications||HC412 .N355 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||212 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||00456973|
security, American foreign policy, economic statecraft, and alliance politics. He lectures to a number of undergraduate and postgraduate classes at The Australian National University—where he coordinates Masters-level courses on ‘Asia-Pacific security’ and ‘The US and East Asian security’—as well as to various Australian. Critical security in the Asia-Pacific - Browse and buy the Paperback edition of Critical security in the Asia-Pacific by Peter Lawler In the wake of 9/11, the Asian crisis and the tsunami, traditional analytical frameworks are increasingly unable to explain how individuals and communities are rendered insecure, or advance individual.
Since the s, Asia-Pacific countries have changed their approaches to security cooperation and regional order. The end of the Cold War, the resurgence of China, the Asian economic crisis, and the events of Septem , have all contributed to important changes in the Asia-Pacific security architecture. In addition to the traditional bilateral security arrangements based on the US. The Asia Pacific Security Outlook series monitors changing perceptions of national security environments, key defense issues, and national contributions to regional and global security.
Corporate Security in the Asia-Pacific Region: Crisis, Crime, Fraud, and Misconduct examines real cases of corporate crisis, crime, fraud, and other misconduct that corporate security professionals need to be aware of to effect. ASIA PACIFIC SECURITY ISSUES. The end of the Cold War prompted a redefinition of security. In addition to military threats, the definition has been expanded to include threats that transcend political borders, threats such as international crime, global climate change, and mass involuntary migration.
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Corporate Security in the Asia-Pacific Region: Crisis, Crime, Fraud, and Misconduct examines real cases of corporate crisis, crime, fraud, and other misconduct that corporate security professionals need to be aware of to effectively protect people, operations, and assets within the region.
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Wellington, N.Z.: Victoria University of Wellington, (OCoLC) An Asia-Pacific Security Crisis. New Challenges To Regional Stability.
Edited by Guy Wilson-Roberts - NZ$ This volume brings together papers from the fifth and sixth meetings of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Asia-Pacific security crisis?
book Working Group on Comprehensive and Cooperative Security. About the authors This edited book examines the contemporary regional security concerns in the Asia-Pacific recognizing the ‘Butterfly effect’, the concept that small causes can have large effects: ‘the flap of a butterfly’s wings can cause a typhoon halfway around the world’.
As corporations and governments become more litigious and risk averse, international risk management becomes more complex.
Corporate Security in the Asia-Pacific Region: Crisis, Crime, Fraud, and Misconduct examines real cases of corporate crisis, crime, fraud, and other misconduct that corporate security professionals need to be aware of to effect.
Book Description This new title from Routledge, edited by Professor Leszek Buszynski, includes the key literature on Asia Pacific Security. Arranged across four volumes, the collection covers China, the United States, Japan, and South Korea, as well as peripheral players such as Australia and India.
The major economic activities happen in the Asia Pacific, for instance, the main trade routes pass through the Asia Pacific, and the Indian Ocean where strait of malacca is a gateway to major economies like China, Japan, and South Korea. Particularly, in the Asia Pacific region, the US has its economic, strategic, and security interests.
“Strategic Competition: Why Pakistan Matters,” is the title of an OpEd written by Dr. Saira Yamin for Security Nexus. This paper emphasizes the importance of the U.S. maintaining a strong relationship with Pakistan as [ ] Why We Need a Regional Approach for Crisis Management with North Korea.
The book’s second essay, “The New China Rules”, likewise addresses U.S. concerns over growing Chinese influence in the Indo-Pacific and beyond, pointing to China’s economic, military, and cultural statecraft.
However, it is also in this section in which Auslin’s book. The regional overview that opens the book distills the contributors’ perceptions of Asia Pacific security issues, as gleaned from their responses to a yearly survey on regional security.
The watch list issues discussed in the overview include large power relations, the Korean peninsula, territorial disputes, and weapons procurement. This collection examines new developments in economic and security co-operation in the Asia-Pacific in relation to two recent 'shock' events that have significantly impacted upon the region, these being the /98 East Asian financial crisis and the September 11 attacks on the United States.
These. "Challenges us to look beyond the available scholarship on Asia-Pacific regional security. Its claims about what constitute core security issues in the region, what is missing from existing analyses, and how to move forward are sure to provoke healthy disagreement and debate among Asian security experts about the 'state of their art'."--Amitav Acharya, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Multilateral security forums in the Asia Pacific region have evolved, but bilateral defence alliances continue to form the principle pillars of national security for most nations in the region. This text presents a survey of issues confronting the Asia-Pacific region as it enters year He has published a number of academic books and many papers about Asia Pacific security and arms control and US strategy.
Zhang Jian graduated with a BA and MA in Economics from Zhejiang University in the PRC, and completed a PhD in Chinese Politics at Murdoch University in. Japan, Australia and Asia-Pacific Security explores the evolution of their relationship in the broader context of Asia-Pacific security, addressing regional, sub-regional and transnational issues.
This captivating book will be welcomed by those with an interest in Asian politics, international relations, and security studies. Environmental Security in the Asia-Pacific. Editors: Watson, I., Pandey, C. (Eds.) Free Preview. Buy this book eB08 *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
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Lowell Dittmer 3. Are India and Japan Potential Members of the Great Power Club. Envall and Ian Hall 4. Are Middle Powers on a Collision Course in the Asia-Pacific. Andrew. Asia is experiencing major changes in its security relations. This book brings together respected experts to assess both the theoretical and empirical dimensions of the Asian security debate.
It will serve as a standard reference on the evolution of key issues in Asian s: 1. The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) is a U.S. Department of Defense institute that officially opened Sept. 4,in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Center addresses regional and global security issues, inviting military and civilian representatives of the United States and Asia-Pacific nations to its comprehensive program of executive education and workshops.
The Asia-Pacific region presents one of the greatest challenges to international security in the post-Cold War era. Using a thematic and country-based approach, this volume discusses in detail the security issues of the region: the impact of American military reductions; Japan's emergent security role; the implications of fragile peace in Cambodia; the prospects for regional security.This collection examines new developments in economic and security co-operation in the Asia-Pacific in relation to two recent 'shock' events that have significantly impacted upon the region, these being the /98 East Asian financial crisis and the September 11 attacks on the United States.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.