The Anzus Dispute: Testing U.S. Extended Deterrence in Alliance Politics
William T. Tow surveys the recent U.S.-ANZUS dispute. He argues that strong differences between the U.S. and New Zealand's Labour Government were left unresolved when both sides proved unable to compromise their respective interpretations of valid extended deterrence strategy in the Pacific.
The ANZUS Crisis, Nuclear Visiting and Deterrence, Michael C. Pugh Reviewed by William T. Tow
Chinese Foreign Policy: Developments After Mao, Robert G. Sutter ; Modernizing China: Post-Mao Reform and Development, A. Doak Barnett and Ralph N. Clough Reviewed by William T. Tow
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