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United States security strategy for the East Asia-Pacific Region

United States security strategy for the East Asia-Pacific Region

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Published by Dept. of Defense, Office of International Security Affairs, Asia and Pacific Affairs, USDP/ISA/AP, [distributor in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National security -- East Asia,
  • National security -- Pacific Area,
  • United States -- Military policy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14985754M

    Assistant Secretary Schriver opened with an overview of the United States’ strategy in the Indo-Pacific region and how the Department of Defense’s efforts were crucial to a “free and open. changes that have occurred in the security environment of the Asia-Pacific region, the Defense Department released East Asian Strategy Report (the United States Security Strategy for the East Asia-Pacific Region)(EASR II) in November This report did not change, but reconfirmed, the EASR released in It said.

    The East-West Center is a leader in educating people of the Asia Pacific region, including the United States, to meet the evolving demands and interdependency of global change. The Center offers a range of educational opportunities, bringing together more than students each year from across the region. Opportunities for Study and Scholarship.   Foreign policy experts talked about the impact of the arms trade in East Asia, and the U.S. strategy for the Asia-Pacific region. Professor Thomas Berger said a .

      This aspect of U.S. foreign policy toward the region has inspired skepticism among East Asian countries about whether the United States has a clear vision for .   As the Asia-Pacific century emerges, defining the new international environment, the United States must enhance and deepen its strategic engagement and leadership role in the region. Even though we face challenges in other parts of the world, arguably the most significant geopolitical events of the 21 st century are playing out in the Asia-Pacific.


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