The Limits of Alignment: Southeast Asia and the Great Powers since 1975

John D. Ciorciari
Content Type
Georgetown University Press
This book is about alignment politics in the Global South. By alignments, I refer specifically to agreements between two or more states to undertake defense-related security cooperation. In the pages that follow, I attempt to address a critical question for international relations theory and practice: how do the small states and middle powers of the Global South tend to align with the great powers in pursuit of their security interests?
Cold War, Regional Cooperation, Treaties and Agreements, International Affairs
Political Geography
Southeast Asia