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

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26 The Pacific Islands

Arms Control, Confidence & Security-Building Measures, Disarmament Movement
10801. Alexander, Ronni, "'Security Issues of the Pacific Island States'" in section 'Prospects for Demilitarization and Autonomy and the Role of Japan', pp.63-86 in Yukio Satoh (ed.), Prospects for Demilitarization and Autonomy in the South Pacific ( Hiroshima: Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, August 1991), 121pp.; series: Research Report No.16.
10802. Bedford, Michael, "'Activism in the Pacific: Islanders Enlist Rim Activists in a Fitful Struggle for Independence and a Nuclear-Free Pacific'", Nuclear Times, Vol. 8, No. 2, Summer 1990, pp.18-22, 48-50.
10803. Findlay, Trevor, Green Vs Peace: The Johnston Atoll Controversy ( Canberra: PRC, 1990), 18pp.; series: PRC Working Paper No.81; concerns environmental problems associated with the disposal of US chemical weapons at Johnston Atoll; see also the author's article of the same title in Pacific Research, Vol. 3, No. 2, May 1990, pp.3-7.
10804. Findlay, Trevor, "'Chemical Disarmament and the Environment'", Arms Control Today, Vol. 20, No. 7, September 1990, pp.12-16; concerns environmental problems associated with the disposal of US chemical weapons at Johnston Atoll.
10805. Findlay, Trevor, 'The Strategic Benefits for Southeast Asia and the South Pacific of a Chemical Weapons Convention', pp.81-96 in Trevor Findlay (ed.), Chemical Weapons and Missile Proliferation. With Implications for the Asia/Pacific Region ( Boulder CO & London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1991), 179pp.
10806. Fry, Greg, 'Regional Arms Control in the South Pacific', pp.137-156 in Desmond Ball & Andrew Mack (eds), The Future of Arms Control ( Sydney: Australian National U.P. for SDSC, 1987), 342pp.
10807. Fry, Greg, 'Regional Arms Control in the South Pacific', pp.46-66 in David Pitt & Gordon Thompson (eds), Nuclear-Free Zones ( London, New York & Sydney: Croom Helm, 1987), 145pp.
10808. Hegarty, David, "'Fiji Spreads Ripples of Concern'", PDR, Vol. XIII, No. 12, June 1987, pp.46-47; concerns changes to Fijian defense and foreign policy following the elections of April 1987 - article was written before the military coup d'etat in May.
10809. Lal, Brij V., 'Postscript: The Emergence of the Fiji Labour Party', pp.139-157 in Brij V. Lal (ed.), Politics in Fiji: Studies in Contemporary History ( Sydney, London & Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1986), 161 pp.
10810. Mack, Andrew, '"Nuclear Allergy" in the South Pacific', The Pacific Review, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1989, pp.320-333.
10811. Naidu, Vijay, "'Citizens' Movements for Autonomy and Demilitarization'" in section 'Prospects for Demilitarization and Autonomy and the Role of Japan', pp.109-116 in Yukio Satoh (ed.), Prospects for Demilitarization and Autonomy in the South Pacific ( Hiroshima: Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, August 1991), 121pp.; series: Research Report No.16.
10812. Naidu, Vijay, "'Nuclear Strategy and Non-Nuclearization in the South Pacific'" in section 'Militarization and Maldevelopment in the South Pacific', pp.5-24 in Yukio Satoh (ed.), Prospects for Demilitarization and Autonomy in the South Pacific ( Hiroshima: Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, August 1991), 121pp.; series: Research Report No.16.
10813. Sanday, Reginald, 'The Coup and Foreign Policy: Nuclear-Free and Non-Aligned?', pp.34-40 in Satendra Prasad (ed.), Coup and Crisis: Fiji - a Year Later ( Suva, Fiji: Dept. of Sociology, University of the South Pacific, 1988; North Carlton [ Melbourne]: Arena Publications, 1989 [revised edition]), 119pp.
10814. Satoh, Yukio (ed.), Prospects for Demilitarization and Autonomy in the South Pacific ( Hiroshima: Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, August 1991), 121pp.; series: Research Report No.16.

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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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