Economic Aspects of Pacific Security

IR Working Paper 1992/6

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Stuart Harris

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IR Working Paper 1992/6

Stuart Harris, ‘Economic Aspects of Pacific Security’, IR Working Paper 1992/6, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, October 1992.

This paper looks at economic/security interactions in the Pacific region under five headings: economic growth, power and security; trade links and security; socio-economic disparities and instability; state systems and the security sector; and institutional arrangements. Its conclusions draw on the paper’s discussion of both specific security issues and the conceptual problems of analysis.

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