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From: Samuel Berger []
Sent: 2010-05-04 9:46 AM
Subject: Asian Pacific Security stuff if you are interested

Dear Colleague,
Hope this mail finds you well. Attached is my latest paper on military balance in Asia.
The purpose of this essay is to begin redressing the absence of a scholarly debate on today’s military balances. In short, I will 1) analyze certain aspects of the scholarly debate on Cold War balances to identify lessons we might learn for the assessment of Asian-Pacific balances today; 2) identify America’s security interests in the Pacific; and 3) analyze the pasts debates over military balances and assess current U.S. Asian interests to offer ways to think about the balance of power in a region of growing importance.
I am sending it in two versions that are little different in content. Part One has it in Word form, while Part Two has it in PDF form. One reason for this is that the smaller PDF form may be easier to manage. Also, it is easier to markup the PDF with comments.


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