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Naval ships from multiple nations steam in formation during the RIMPAC excercise operations near Oahu, Hawaii, July 11, 2002. (Phil Mislinski/Getty Images)

The Rebalance to Asia: What Are Its Security Aims and What Is Required of U.S. Policy

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