why the war in Asia remains unthinkable

Transformation of indonesia establishment of the

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transformation of Indonesia establishment of the ASEAN circumstances of the end of Vietnam set of relationships between US china and japan good relations risk of intense strategic relations minimized “double reassurance” china’s trajectory Chinese communist party reestablished strong central govt new state had two weaknesses political ideology predisposed to oppose that of the west committed China to building a command economy so, China abandoned this in the 1960’s accepting US led order in east asia this abandoned long held ideological values different for Japan doubted US’s ability to ensure Japan’s security Japan would have to be responsible for its own security however, wanted to be the US’s principle Asian ally
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for US had to recognize communist regime of China ended any chance of Soviet Union being an opponent to the US in Asia aim was principally defensive, but it actually left US with unchallenged primacy there order under pressure the economic growth that the history created threatens the stability of the history itself principal force for change: China’s economic growth
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