Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, Air University Press, Maxwell AFB, AL
/ Published March 01, 2019
Navy Adm. Philip S. Davidson, commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, and Army Gen. Robert B. Abrams, commander of U.S. Forces Korea, testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee during a review of the defense authorization request for fiscal year 2020 and the Future Years Defense Program for their commands.
Reviewed by: Jieruo Li, PhD candidate, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Joanne Wallis and Andrew Carr, along with their contributors, wrote this book primarily to serve as a textbook for university students who major in international relations and for those interested in the AsiaPacific region. Published in 2016, the cases and data cited are comparatively up to date. The book is divided into 12 chapters that cover three themes concerning Asia-Pacific security studies. The book starts with the editors elucidating on how the Asia-Pacific has been getting attention because of US policy and rising powers in the region. Then they present what are the major security concerns and how to use security studies theories to understand those issues.
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