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Policy Studies presents scholarly analysis of key contemporary domestic and international political, economic, and strategic issues affecting Asia in a policy relevant manner.  Written for the policy community, academics, journalists, and the informed public, the peer-reviewed publications in this series provide new policy insights and perspectives based on extensive fieldwork and rigorous scholarship.  Also available without charge as Adobe Acrobat (pdf) files on the East-West Center website.  A complete listing of titles in the Policy Studies series is available (please click here).
 
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Title

 

 

74

Aligning Unevenly: India and the United States, Published 2016

73

Papua's Insecurity: State Failure in the Indonesian Periphery, Published 2015

72

Reinventing Asian Populism: Jokowi's Rise, Democracy, and Political Contestation in Indonesia, Published 2015

71

Contesting Buddhist Narratives: Democratization, Nationalism, and Communal Violence in Myanmar, Published 2014

70

Flexible Implementation: A Key to Asia's Transformation, Published 2014

69

ASEAN Centrality and the ASEAN-US Economic Relationship, Published 2013

68

Ethnic Policy in China: Is Reform Inevitable? Published 2013

67

How Mobile Is the Footloose Industry? The Case of the Notebook PC Industry in China, Published 2013

66

America's Voluntary Standards System: A 'Best Practice' Model for Asian Innovation Policies? Published 2013

65

Patterns of Free Trade Areas in Asia, Published 2013

64

Mobilizing Resources, Buidling Coalitions: Local Power in Indonesia, Published 2012

63

Breaking With the Past? Civil-Military Relations in the Emerging Democracies of East Asia, Published 2012

62

Beyond Armed Resistance: Ethnonational Politics in Burma (Myanmar), Published 2011

61

Is China's Indigenous Innovation Strategy Compatible with Globalization? Published 2011

60

Economic Reforms, Regionalism, and Exports: Comparing China and India, Published 2011

59

Engaging North Korea: The Role of Economic Statecraft, Published 2011

58

Benevolent Benefactor or Insensitive Regulator? Tracing the Role of Government Policies in the Development of India's Automobile Industry, Published 2011

57

Executive Accountability in Southeast Asia: The Role of Legislatures in New Democracies and Under Electoral Authoritarianism, Published 2011

56

Separate but Loyal: Ethnicity and Nationalism in China, 2010

55

The Global Economic Crisis and Its Implications for Asian Economic Cooperation, 2009

54

A New Geography of Knowledge in the Electronics Industry? Asia's Role in Global Innovation Networks, 2009

53

Ethno-Diplomacy: The Uyghur Hitch in Sino-Turkish Relations, 2009

52

The State Strikes Back: India and the Naga Insurgency, 2009

51

Civil Society in Burma: The Development of Democracy Amidst Conflict, 2008

50

Southern Thailand: The Dynamics of Conflict, 2008

49

Framing Security Agendas: U.S. Counterterrorist Policies and Southeast Asian Responses, 2008

48

Civil Society in Uncivil Places: Soft State and Regime Change in Nepal, 2008

47

Supporting Peace in Aceh: Development Agencies and International Involvement, 2008

46

Peace Accords in Northeast India: Journey over Milestones, 2008

45

The Karen Revolution in Burma: Diverse Voices, Uncertain Ends

44

Economy of the Conflict Region in Sri Lanka: From Embargo to Repression, 2007

43

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Centralization, Multiple Conflicts, and Democratic State Building in Nepal, 2007

42

Conflict and Peace in India's Northeast: The Role of Civil Society, 2007

41

Muslim Perspectives on the Sri Lankan Conflict, 2007

40

Sinhalese Buddhist Nationalist Ideology: Implications for Politics and Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka, 2007

39

Assessing Burma's Ceasefire Accords, 2007

38

United Wa State Party: Narco-Army or Ethnic Nationalist Party?, 2007

37

Islamist Threat in Southeast Asia: A Reassessment, 2007

36

State of Strife: The Dynamics of Ethnic Conflict in Burma, 2007

35

Rebellion in Southern Thailand: Contending Histories, 2007

34

Creating a "New Nepal": The Ethnic Dimension, 2007

33

Postfrontier Blues: Toward a New Policy Framework for Northeast India, 2007

32

Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka: Changing Dynamics, 2007

31

Political Authority in Burma's Ethnic Minority States: Devolution, Occupation, and Coexistence, 2007

30

Legalizing Religion: The Indian Supreme Court and Secularism, 2007

29

Conspiracy, Politics, and a Disorderly Border: The Struggle to Comprehend Insurgency in Thailand's Deep South, 2007

28

Counterterrorism Legislation in Sri Lanka: Evaluating Efficacy, 2006

27

Japanese Public Opinion and the War on Terrorism: Implications for Japan's Security Strategy, 2006

26

Taiwan's Rising Rationalism: Generations, Politics, and "Taiwanese Nationalism", 2006

25

Initiating a Peace Process in Papua: Actors, Issues, Process, and the Role of the International Community, 2006

24

Muslim Resistance in Southern Thailand and Southern Philippines: Religion, Ideology, and Politics, 2006

23

The Politics of Military Reform in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Elite Conflict, Nationalism, and Institutional Resistance, 2006

22

India's Globalization: Evaluating the Economic Consequences, 2006

21

China's Rise: Implications for U.S. Leadership in Asia, 2006

20

The Helsinki Agreement: A More Promising Basis for Peace in Aceh? 2005

19

Nine Lives?: The Politics of Constitutional Reform in Japan, 2005

18

Islamic Radicalism and Anti-Americanism in Indonesia: The Role of the Internet, 2005

17

Forging Sustainable Peace in Mindanao: The Role of Civil Society, 2005

16

Meeting the China Challenge: The U.S. in Southeast Asian Regional Security Strategies, 2005

15

The Xinjiang Conflict: Uyghur Identity, Language Policy, and Political Discourse, 2005

14

Constructing Papuan Nationalism: History, Ethnicity, and Adaptation, 2005

13

Plural Society in Peril: Migration, Economic Change, and the Papua Conflict, 2004

12

Sino-Tibetan Dialogue in the Post-Mao Era: Lessons and Prospects, 2004

11

Autonomy in Xinjiang: Han Nationalist Imperatives and Uyghur Discontent 2004

10

Secessionist Challenges in Aceh and Papua: Is Special Autonomy the Solution? 2004

9

The HDC in Aceh: Promises and Pitfalls of NGO Mediation and Implementation, 2004

8

The Moro Conflict: Landlessness and Misdirected State Policies, 2004

7

The Tibet-China Conflict: History and Polemics, 2004

6

Violent Separatism in Xinjiang: A Critical Assessment, 2004

5

The Papua Conflict: Jakarta's Perceptions and Policies, 2004

4

Beijing's Tibet Policy: Securing Sovereignty and Legitimacy, 2004

3

Security Operations in Aceh: Goals, Consequences, and Lessons , 2004

2

The Free Aceh Movement (GAM): Anatomy of a Separatist Organization, 2004

1

The Aceh Peace Process: Why it Failed, 2003

 

 

 
 

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