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Wednesday, 22 November 2017
HAPPENING OVER AGAIN OR TRANSACTING VARIOUSLY? A NEW MOUNT SINAI FOR US SECURITY REMOUNT IN THE PACIFIC? PDF Print E-mail

HAPPENING OVER AGAIN OR TRANSACTING VARIOUSLY? A
NEW MOUNT SINAI FOR US SECURITY REMOUNT IN THE
PACIFIC?

Ioana-Bianca BERNA
Lumina-University of South-East Europe, Bucharest
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Abstract
How undecided are analysts about US foreign policy dilemmas? We can sincerely answer that no symptom of dissatisfaction, or of expressing reasoned pundit-like arguments, can equate with lack of decision about US foreign policy dilemmas.
No harsh or mild examiner hesitates to identify them, as they are still suggesting a consciousness of an important position in world politics. Throughout this article, we rendit two different woodcuts of US foreign policy in connection to the Pacific – the engravings of politics and of security, in relation to Pacific issues.
The workmanship of our argumentative system will focus on the structures of US presence in the Pacific, through the Cold War-originated hub and-spokes model, and on the presaged US return to the Pacific, of the current uncovering of events.
Our analyses will not be consolidated on the verbal activity of US journey back to the Pacific. We will not even assess the two periods, by the abstraction of contrarieties between the two of them.
Some counterpoint traits can be perceived with the limpidity of a photographic negative.
Our graspable analytical purpose is to detect the idiosyncrasies of each period and establish whether a discontinuity avoidance can be espied between the two periods and whether the fact that the charge for the Pacific pursuit of US foreign policy is really an afresh one.

Keywords: Hub-and-Spokes Security Model, US Pacific Foreign Policy, US Pacific Return, Pacific Multilateralism, Pacific Bi-Multilateralism.

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