US Military Power in the Pacific: Problems and Prospects: Part II
America’s alliance structure in the Pacific is rather like the city of San Francisco: widespread and impressive, but built over some diplomatic equivalents of the San Andreas Fault and therefore liable to be severely shaken from time to time. Nor can the possibility be dismissed that the subterranean movements which produce these periodic tremors may some day result in a serious swathe of destruction.
KeywordsLiberal Democratic Party Alliance Structure Naval Ship Soviet Power Diplomatic Effort
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