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"Modes of Regional Conflict Management: Comparing Security Cooperation in the Korean Peninsula, China-Taiwan, and the South China Sea"

"Modes of Regional Conflict Management: Comparing Security Cooperation in the Korean Peninsula, China-Taiwan, and the South China Sea"

Book Chapter, Reassessing Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific: Competition, Congruence, and Transformation, pages 93-112, The MIT Press

August 2007

Author: Rosemary Foot, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2006

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: Belfer Center Studies in International Security; International Security

 

"Analysts focusing on the prospects for inter-state war or peace in the Asia-Pacific invariably have pointed to the Korean Peninsula (KP), China/Taiwan (CT), and the South China Sea (SCS) conflicts as the potential "flash points" or "hot spots" of the region...."

 

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For Academic Citation:

Foot, Rosemary. "Modes of Regional Conflict Management: Comparing Security Cooperation in the Korean Peninsula, China-Taiwan, and the South China Sea." Chap. 4 in Reassessing Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific: Competition, Congruence, and Transformation. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, August 2007.

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