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Emergent US security strategy in Southeast Asia
|Title:||Emergent US security strategy in Southeast Asia|
|Authors:||Ott, Marvin C.|
Ngo, Kenneth M.
|Date Issued:||11 Feb 2014|
|Publisher:||Washington, D.C. : East-West Center|
|Series:||Asia Pacific bulletin ; no. 248|
|Abstract:||Marvin Ott, Senior Scholar, and Kenneth Ngo, Research Assistant, both at the Woodrow Wilson Center, explain that "Game theory predicts that in a competitive arena with multiple actors, coalitions will form. In Southeast Asia, we are seeing the emergence of an incipient coalition in support of US security strategy."|
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Asia Pacific Bulletin|
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