TITLE

Chapter 11: AN EAST ASIAN COMMUNITY: A New Zealand Perspective

AUTHOR(S)
Lynch, Brian
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
Southeast Asia New Zealand Dialogue: Towards a Closer Partnershi;2007, p46
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 11 of the book "Southeast Asia-New Zealand Dialogue: Towards a Closer Partnership" is presented. It discusses the views of Brian Lynch, chairman of New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, on New Zealand's perspective about the East Asian Community. It explores New Zealand's goal in having stable relationship with Asian countries by participating in security alliances like the Five Power Defence Arrangements and Southeast Asia Treaty Organization.
ACCESSION #
28451773

 

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