Security, Arms Control, and Conflict Reduction in East Asia and the Pacific: A Bibliography, 1980-1991

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4 Regional Overview

Arms Control, Confidence-Building Measures
1079. Alagappa, Muthiah, 'Confidence- and Security-Building Measures in Northeast Asia', pp.154-169 in Disarmament: Confidence and Security-Building Measures in Asia ( New York: United Nations. Dept. for Disarmament Affairs, 1990), 197pp.
1080. Ball Desmond, 'Implications of 50 Per Cent Reductions in Strategic Nuclear Forces', pp.93-99 in the author's Provocative Plans: A Critique of US Strategy for Maritime Conflict in the North Pacific ( Canberra: SDSC, 1991), 138pp.; series: Canberra Papers on Strategy & Defence No.79.
1081. Betts, Richard K., William H. Courtney, Henry S. Rowen, Richard Broady & Joseph A. Yager, 'US Policy Choices: Northeast Asia', pp.309-322 in Joseph A. Yager (ed.), Nonproliferation and US Foreign Policy ( Washington DC: Brookings Institution, 1980), 438pp.
1082. Blechman, Barry M., Confidence-Building in the North Pacific: A Pragmatic Approach to Naval Arms Control ( Canberra: PRC, 1988), 32pp.; series: PRC Working Paper No.29.
1083. Blechman. Barry M., 'Confidence-Building Measures in the North Pacific: A Pragmatic Approach to Naval Arms Control', pp.202-224 in Andrew Mack & Paul Keal (eds), Security and Arms Control in the North Pacific ( Boston & Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1988), 324pp.
1084. Bracken, Paul, "'Crises and Northeast Asia'", Washington Quarterly, Vol. 11, No. 4, Autumn 1988, pp.183-198.
1085. Cheung, Tai Ming, "'Weighing Anchor. Lowering the Military Profile has its Costs'", FEER, Vol. 145, No. 35, August 31, 1989, pp.30-31; concerns the expense of relocating military facilities from cities in the Soviet Far East cities and converting them from military to trading centers.
1086. "'Chinese Scepticism Over Soviet Cuts'", JDW ( Pacific Rim Edition), Vol. 1, No. 21, May 27, 1989, p.979.
1087. Dunn Lewis A., "'Nuclear Technology Transfers to Asia: The View from the United States'", JNEAS, Vol. V, No. 4, Winter 1986, pp.3-13.
1088. Enkhsaikhan, Jargalsaikhany, "'Ensuring Peace in Asia and the Pacific. The Mongolian Initiative'", Asian Survey, Vol. XXV, No. 10, October 1985, pp.1031-1038.
1089. Findlay, Trevor, "'Confidence-Building in the North Pacific'", Defense & Disarmament Alternatives, Vol. 1, No. 6, September 1988, p.3.
1090. Findlay, Trevor, 'North Pacific Confidence-Building: The Helsinki-Stockholm Model' in section 'Soviet Issues and Concerns', pp.72-86 in Frank C. Langdon & Douglas A. Ross (eds), Superpower Maritime Strategy in the Pacific ( New York & London: Routledge, Chapman & Hall, 1990), 295pp.
1091. Garnaut, Ross, 'Economic Growth and Strategic Issues', pp.158-178 in Australia and the Northeast Asian Ascendancy: Report to the Prime Minister and the Minister Foreign Affairs and Trade ( Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1989), 339pp.; see especially sections on "'Economic Growth, Military Expenditure and Military Power'" (pp.159-162) and "'Arms Control and Nuclear Proliferation'" (pp.163-164).
1092. Glaser, Bonnie S., Soviet, Chinese and American Perspectives on Arms Control in Northeast Asia ( Canberra: PRC, 1988), 54pp.; series: PRC Working Paper No.28.
1093. Goodby, James E., "'Stability, Security and Cooperation in Northeast Asia'", pp.91-94 in Peace, Security and Cooperation in the Asian-Pacific Region: A Conference Report of the Center for International Security & Arms Control (Stanford CA: International Strategic Institute at Stanford, Stanford University, & the Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Soviet Academy of Sciences, January 1989), 105pp.
1094. Kanet, Roger E., & Hongchan Chun, 'Soviet Foreign and Security Policy in East Asia: The Implications of "Perestroika", "Glasnost" and "New Thinking"', pp.1-46 in Jung Hyun Shin, Tae-hwan Kwak & Edward A. Olsen (eds), Northeast Asian Security and Peace: Toward the 1990s ( Seoul: Kyung Hee U.P. for the Institute of International Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University, 1988). 332pp.

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  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in Law and Political Science ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents Overview v
  • Detailed Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xv
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Part I - East Asia and the Pacific 1
  • 1 - Regional Overview 3
  • 2 - The Superpowers, 1980-1991 26
  • 3 - Canada 43
  • Part II - Northeast Asia and the North Pacific Ocean 45
  • 4 - Regional Overview 47
  • 5 - The Korean Peninsula 57
  • 6 - North Korea 74
  • 7 - South Korea 86
  • 8 - Japan 110
  • 9 - China 165
  • 10 - Taiwan 238
  • 11 - Hong Kong 253
  • Part III - Southeast Asia 257
  • 12 - Regional Overview 259
  • 13 - Asean Overview 279
  • 14 - Burma (myanmar) 300
  • 15 - Indochina Overview 306
  • 16 - Vietnam 315
  • 17 - Laos 324
  • 18 - Cambodia 327
  • 19 - Thailand 350
  • 20 - The Philippines 364
  • 21 - Brunei 390
  • 22 - Malaysia 392
  • 23 - Singapore 399
  • 24 - Indonesia 404
  • Part IV - Oceania 419
  • 25 - Papua New Guinea 421
  • 26 - The Pacific Islands 425
  • 27 - Australia 451
  • 29 - New Zealand 485
  • Appendix - Publishers, Periodicals and Research Institutions 493
  • Author Index - Including Editors and Interviewees 499
  • Subject Index 529
  • About the Compiler 553
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