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245 00 Asia-Pacific security :|ban introduction /|cJoanne Wallis 
       & Andrew Carr, editors 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bGeorgetown University Press,|c2016 
300    xiii, 298 pages :|bmaps ;|c26 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction to Asia-Pacific security / Andrew Carr and 
       Joanne Wallis -- Part I. The changing Asia-Pacific 
       security order -- Can the United States share power in the
       Asia-Pacific? / Brad Glosserman -- Is China an Asia-
       Pacific great power? / Lowell Dittmer -- India and Japan :
       potential members of the great power club? / H. D. P. 
       Envall and Ian Hall -- Are middle powers on a collision 
       course in the Asia-Pacific? / Andrew Carr -- Why are small
       states a security concern in the Asia-Pacific? / Joanne 
       Wallis -- Part II. Current and emerging security 
       challenges -- Military modernization and arms-racing in 
       the Asia-Pacific / Tim Huxley and Brendan Taylor -- 
       Maritime security : will Asia's next war occur at sea? / 
       James Manicom -- What threat do terrorism and insurgency 
       pose in the Asia-Pacific? / Christopher Paul and Nick 
       Nelson -- How relevant are internal and non-traditional 
       security challenges in the Asia Pacific? / Alistair D.B. 
       Cook -- How is technology changing the security concerns 
       in the Asia-Pacific? / Rex B. Hughes -- Part III. Security
       solutions -- Can multilateralism and security communities 
       bring security to the Asia-Pacific? / Mathew Davies -- Is 
       human security a solution? / Sarah Teitt -- Conclusion : 
       what is the Asia-Pacific's likely security future? / 
       Brendan Taylor and William T. Tow 
520    This textbook provides an introduction to the 
       international relations and security environment of the 
       contemporary Asia-Pacific. The international team of 
       expert authors introduce security studies concepts and 
       terminology, examine the key actors in the region, explore
       in-depth the traditional and non-traditional security 
       challenges, and frame the Asia-Pacific's international 
       politics through several different international relations
       theories. Major topics covered include U.S.-China 
       relations, India and Japan's changing roles, middle powers
       and small states, the possibility of arms races, maritime 
       security, terrorism and transnational crime, human 
       security, and technology and security. Asia-Pacific 
       Security is written accessibly for undergraduate or 
       Master's students who are studying the region for the 
       first time, and the book is intended to be a core text for
       courses relating to security studies or the international 
       relations of the region. Special features for students 
       include chapter summaries, study questions, guides to 
       further reading, and an extensive glossary 
650  0 Security, International|zAsia|vTextbooks 
650  0 Security, International|zPacific Area|vTextbooks 
651  0 Asia|xForeign relations|y21st century|vTextbooks 
651  0 Pacific Area|xForeign relations|y21st century|vTextbooks 
700 1  Wallis, Joanne,|eeditor 
700 1  Carr, Andrew|c(Editor),|eeditor 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tAsia-Pacific security|dWashington, DC :
       Georgetown University Press, 2016|z9781626163461|w(DLC) 
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