Grand designs will not aid Pacific Security

Anderson, David
September 1991
IPA Review;1991, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p39
Discusses the approaches done by Senator Evans on a number of foreign policy initiatives. Evan's ideas about an Asia-Pacific regional security system; Implications to Soviet's own proposals; Cooperative vigilance among states.


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