The Resource People and power in the Pacific : the struggle for the post-Cold War order, Walden Bello ; foreword by Ted Wheelwright

People and power in the Pacific : the struggle for the post-Cold War order, Walden Bello ; foreword by Ted Wheelwright

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People and power in the Pacific : the struggle for the post-Cold War order
Title
People and power in the Pacific
Title remainder
the struggle for the post-Cold War order
Statement of responsibility
Walden Bello ; foreword by Ted Wheelwright
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Subject
Language
eng
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Bello, Walden F
Dewey number
947
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
DS518.1
LC item number
.B45 1992b
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Transnational Institute series
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  • East Asia
  • Southeast Asia
  • East Asia
  • Southeast Asia
  • East Asia
  • United States
  • Southeast Asia
  • United States
  • Vredesvraagstuk
  • Machtsevenwicht
  • Sicherheitspolitik
  • Wirtschaftsentwicklung
  • Pazifischer Raum
  • USA
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People and power in the Pacific : the struggle for the post-Cold War order, Walden Bello ; foreword by Ted Wheelwright
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Publication
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Simultaneously published by the Institute for Food and Development Policy (Food First) and Pluto Press without the series statement
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Foreword / Ted Wheelwright -- Pt. I. America's Pacific. 1. The End of the Cold War in the Pacific. 2. America's Contradictory Legacy. 3. The Rise of a Pacific Power. The 'Black Ships' Arrive. The Clash of Empires. Creating the Postwar Bases Network. Forward Defense and Containment. Strategic Diplomacy as a Substitute for Force. Naval Backlash. 4. US Pacific Command Today. Imperial Reach. Sexual Labor and the Military Economy. In Search of Enemies. 5. Missionary Democracy and US Foreign Policy: the Uneasy Partnership. The Philippine Paradigm. Containment and the Democratic Mission. The Authoritarian Alternative. 6. The Economic Dimension of Expansionism: from Agro-mineral Exploitation to Export-oriented Industrialization. Colonial Exploitation. Export-oriented Industrialization (EOI). Labor Control: the Korean Model. Women Workers on the Cutting Edge. Economic Growth and Income Concentration. EOI and the Destruction of Agriculture. EOI and Political Instability. 7. Ecological Disequilibrium. Destroying the Rainforests. The US and Export-oriented Forestry. The World Bank and Deforestation. The World Bank and the 'Big Dam Syndrome'. Depletion of Fisheries and Coastal Resources. The Costs of Chemical-intensive Agriculture. Industrialization and Toxification. Environmental Troubles and Threats to the Pacific Islands. 8. Strategic Colonialism in the South Pacific. The US: from Trusteeship to Annexation. France and Nuclear Imperialism. Indonesia and the Politics of Lebensraum. Australia as 'Big Brother'. New Zealand: the Consequences of Defection -- Pt. II. The Japanese Ascendancy. 9. Japan's New Regional Economy. Japan's Rise to Economic Supremacy. The Crisis of the NICs. The ASEAN Countries and Asia's 'Second Industrialization'. The Philippines Bypassed. China and Vietnam: the 'Last Frontier'. Japan and Australia: a Colonial Relationship? 10. The US-Japan Relationship: from Alliance to Antagonism. The Cold War and the Resurrection of Japan. Three US Reactions. The Japanese Reaction. The Question of Japanese Militarism. Balance of Power Politics -- Pt. III. A People's Pacific? 11. Towards a New Order in the Pacific. Threats to Peace, Old and New. An Alternative Pacific Order. An Alternative Security Framework. An Asia-Pacific Techno-trading Bloc. A Regional Congress of NGOs
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 147 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036808426
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People and power in the Pacific : the struggle for the post-Cold War order, Walden Bello ; foreword by Ted Wheelwright
Link
Publication
Note
Simultaneously published by the Institute for Food and Development Policy (Food First) and Pluto Press without the series statement
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Foreword / Ted Wheelwright -- Pt. I. America's Pacific. 1. The End of the Cold War in the Pacific. 2. America's Contradictory Legacy. 3. The Rise of a Pacific Power. The 'Black Ships' Arrive. The Clash of Empires. Creating the Postwar Bases Network. Forward Defense and Containment. Strategic Diplomacy as a Substitute for Force. Naval Backlash. 4. US Pacific Command Today. Imperial Reach. Sexual Labor and the Military Economy. In Search of Enemies. 5. Missionary Democracy and US Foreign Policy: the Uneasy Partnership. The Philippine Paradigm. Containment and the Democratic Mission. The Authoritarian Alternative. 6. The Economic Dimension of Expansionism: from Agro-mineral Exploitation to Export-oriented Industrialization. Colonial Exploitation. Export-oriented Industrialization (EOI). Labor Control: the Korean Model. Women Workers on the Cutting Edge. Economic Growth and Income Concentration. EOI and the Destruction of Agriculture. EOI and Political Instability. 7. Ecological Disequilibrium. Destroying the Rainforests. The US and Export-oriented Forestry. The World Bank and Deforestation. The World Bank and the 'Big Dam Syndrome'. Depletion of Fisheries and Coastal Resources. The Costs of Chemical-intensive Agriculture. Industrialization and Toxification. Environmental Troubles and Threats to the Pacific Islands. 8. Strategic Colonialism in the South Pacific. The US: from Trusteeship to Annexation. France and Nuclear Imperialism. Indonesia and the Politics of Lebensraum. Australia as 'Big Brother'. New Zealand: the Consequences of Defection -- Pt. II. The Japanese Ascendancy. 9. Japan's New Regional Economy. Japan's Rise to Economic Supremacy. The Crisis of the NICs. The ASEAN Countries and Asia's 'Second Industrialization'. The Philippines Bypassed. China and Vietnam: the 'Last Frontier'. Japan and Australia: a Colonial Relationship? 10. The US-Japan Relationship: from Alliance to Antagonism. The Cold War and the Resurrection of Japan. Three US Reactions. The Japanese Reaction. The Question of Japanese Militarism. Balance of Power Politics -- Pt. III. A People's Pacific? 11. Towards a New Order in the Pacific. Threats to Peace, Old and New. An Alternative Pacific Order. An Alternative Security Framework. An Asia-Pacific Techno-trading Bloc. A Regional Congress of NGOs
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 147 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036808426

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