Preventive Diplomacy in East Asia: Is it Enough to Manage Great Power Relations?
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Despite the numerous territorial disputes roiling East Asia, the region continues to avoid major war in the post-Cold War era. This finding goes against one of the fundamental predictions of neorealism: that security dilemmas and arms races are inevitable. Unfortunately, regional peace is increasingly difficult to maintain. Are current preventive measures going to be enough to preserve peace and security in East Asia?
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East Asia Security Symposium and Conference 东亚安全座谈谈论会
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