Individual Chapters of The Asia-Pacific and the United States 2004-2005

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PUBLICATIONS

Special Assessment Series

The Asia-Pacific and the United States 2004-2005
     

Foreword
H.C. STACKPOLE
Lieutenant General, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired
President, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies

Editor’s Note
SATU P. LIMAYE

Central Asia and the United States 2004-2005:  Moving Beyond Counter-Terrorism?
ROUBEN AZIZIAN

Philippines and the United States 2004-2005: Defining Maturity
CARL BAKER

Asia-Pacific Missile Defense Cooperation and the United States 2004-2005: A Mixed Bag
RICHARD A. BITZINGER

Japan and the United States 2004-2005: Going Global?
DAVID FOUSE

Australia and the United States 2004-2005: All the Way with the U.S.A.?
MOHAN MALIK

Asian Views of the United States and Multilateralism 2004-2005: Mixed Messages Sent, Mixed Messages Received
JIM ROLFE

China and the United States 2004-2005: Testy Partnership Faces Taiwan Challenge
DENNY ROY

The Freely Associated States and the United States 2004-2005: Holding Firm
ERIC Y. SHIBUYA

ROK and the United States 2004-2005: Managing Perception Gaps?
LTC DAVID W. SHIN

Indonesia and the United States 2004-2005: New President, New Needs, Same Old Relations
ANTHONY L. SMITH

Singapore and the United States 2004-2005:  Steadfast Friends
ANTHONY L. SMITH

Malaysia and the United States 2004-2005: The Best of Times?
IAN STOREY

Vietnam and the United States 2004-2005: Still Sensitive, But Moving Forward
IAN STOREY

Pakistan and the United States 2004-2005: Deepening the Entente
ROBERT G. WIRSING