The Future of the Pacific Rim: Scenarios for Regional Cooperation

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Index
American Pacific Region. SeeAsia Pacific; Pacific Latin America; Pacific Basin; Pacific Rim; North American Free Trade Agreement; North American Free Trade Area; United States
Americas, the, 3; regionalism in, 82-83, 98; American Pacific, 105
Andean Pact, 201
APECNET, 87
Argentina, 175, 179. See alsoLatin America
ASEAN Free Trade Area and ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA). See Southeast Asia; ASEAN
ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference, 30, 38, 46-47; and security issues, 124
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC), 8, 9-11, 28, 52, 75-76, 78-80, 87; Energy Group, Human Resources Group, Telecommunications Group, 87, 95-97, 107-14, 152; security issues, 154; Seattle meetings, 165-66, 203-4, 206-7, 226-29
Asia Pacific Region: business opportunities, 61-65; differences between Asia Pacific Region and European Community, 74-75; map, xvi-xvii; overseas Chinese network, 238; regional politics, 131-32; security concerns in, 119-22; security issues and arrangements, 138-55, 223-29, 230-32
Asian Century, 247
Association of Southeast Asia (ASA), 156-57
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). SeeSoutheast Asia
Australia: trade with California, 15-16, 66, 80, 84-85, 107; proposals for cooperative security, 150, 175
Australia-New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (ANZCERTA): 80, 90
bilateralism, 6-7, 9, 73, 111, 199-200. See alsomultilateralism
blocs: regional economic and trade, bipolar and tripolar, 6, 27, 55-57; open regional vs. trade blocs, 80, 245
borderless world, 5, 72
Brazil, 179
Brunei, 158. See alsoSoutheast Asia, ASEAN
California, importance of Asia Pacific to, 61-68
Cambodia, 30; subregional conflicts over, 122-23, 144-45; Hanoi's invasion of, 159, 163; relationships with China, 164

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