Ambivalent Engagement: The United States and Regional Security in Southeast Asia After the Cold War

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Ambivalent Engagement: The United States and Regional Security in Southeast Asia After the Cold War - Liow, Joseph Chinyong
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The paradox of U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia The Obama administration's pivot-to-Asia policy establishes an important place for Southeast Asia in U.S. foreign policy. But Washington's attention to the region has fluctuated dramatically, from the intense intervention of the cold war era to near neglect in more recent years. As a consequence, countries in Southeast Asia worry that the United States once again will become distracted by other problems and disengage from the region. This book written by an astute ...

Ambivalent Engagement: The United States and Regional Security in Southeast Asia After the Cold War 2017, Brookings Institution Press

ISBN-13: 9780815729679

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