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Back Book Title Security strategies of middle powers in the asia pacific

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Security strategies of middle powers in the asia pacific
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- Ralf Emmers (author) ; Sarah Teo (author)
- Australia
- Melbourne University Press, Australia
- 9780522871180
- 2018
- 277 pages
- DU - Oceania (South Seas)
- 295 gms.
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Security Strategies of Middle Powers in the Asia Pacific examines what drives the different regional security strategies of four middle powers in the Asia Pacific: Australia, Indonesia, South Korea and Malaysia. Drawing on the extant middle power literature, the authors argue that the regional security strategies of middle powers could take two forms, namely, functional or normative. A functional strategy means that the middle power targets its resources to address a specific problem that it has a high level of interest in, while a normative strategy refers to a focus on promoting general behavioural standards and confidence building at the multilateral level. This book argues that whether a middle power ultimately employs a more functional or normative regional security strategy depends on its resource availability and strategic environment. Politics & government. | Warfare & Defence. | Australian

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