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United States-China-Japan Working Group on Trilateral Confidence- and Security-Building Measures
David Fouse (ed); Michael Schiffer (ed)
The continuing security and prosperity of the Asia-Pacific region is contingent on cooperation among the regionís 3 dominant powers: China, Japan, and the U.S. Yet security in the region is fluid, unstable, and vulnerable to both internal and external pressures for confrontation and possibly conflict. Because of institutional weakness and the close operating proximity of militaries in the region, there is a need for a more robust regime of confidence- and security-building measures (CSBMs) in the region. During a period of power transition when uncertainty about intentions, or even an accident could spark an unintended confrontation in the Pacific, the development of a robust trilateral CSBM regime can play a key role in stabilizing the region.
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