All of the United States' key allies in East Asia have felt compelled to respond to the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) due to the need to maintain interoperability with US forces. South Korea, Australia and Singapore have been the most enthusiastic in pursuing military transformation, although Japan and Taiwan have faced political constraints. However, the RMA in East Asia has been problematic as it has been divorced from the political and strategic contexts. There is a real need for the countries involved to carefully understand its potential and limitations, and to relate what are essentially military means to overall political objectives and strategic frameworks.
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|