Regional Security in the Asia Pacific: 9/11 and After
Marika Vicziany, David P. Wright-Neville, Peter Lentini
Edward Elgar Publishing, Mar 25, 2004 - Political Science - 270 pages
The September 2001 terrorist attacks shocked the world. But what did they change? In this book Asia specialists from academe and policy think tanks assess the impact of 9/11 on the Asia Pacific. Drawing on unique fieldwork, access to a wide range of docum
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