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The US Rebalance in Southeast Asia: Maritime Security, Non-Traditional Security Threats, and "Bamboo Diplomacy"

Abstract : [...] This Chapter investigates the role of Southeast Asia in the US rebalance and the regional concretizations of this policy shift. To do so, it first provides a critical assesment of the continuities and discontinuities in US foreign policy towards Southeast Asia and of the extent to which its goals have evolved. It then scutinizes the variety of diplomatic, economic, and security means mobilized by Washington in the region in the framework of its rebalance within the Asia Pacific. Finally, it discusses a number of potentially adverse consequences of the American pivot in Southeast Asia. [...]
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Hugo Meijer. The US Rebalance in Southeast Asia: Maritime Security, Non-Traditional Security Threats, and "Bamboo Diplomacy". Hugo Meijer; Hugo Meijer. Origins and Evolution of the US Rebalance toward Asia. Diplomatic, Military, and Economic Dimensions, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.171 - 195, 2015, 9781137440365. ⟨hal-03398760⟩

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