November 13, 2013
Resident Power: Building a Politically Sustainable U.S. Military Presence in Southeast Asia and Australia
In Resident Power: Building a Politically Sustainable U.S. Military Presence in Southeast Asia and Australia, Dr. Ely Ratner, Deputy Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program lays out a strategy to ensure that “efforts to develop new presence and access arrangements” throughout Southeast Asia are politically sustainable in the region.
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