There is widespread anticipation that the arrival of some 8 000 United States Marines plus their dependents in Guam in the next couple of years will bring vast and long-term economic benefits to the island. That may be so agrees former U.S. diplomat Ann Wright 63 but there are also likely to be some serious down-side risks to the transfer from the Japanese island of Okinawa . . .
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