Publication Year: 2004
Published by: National Bureau of Asian Research
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Perspectives on the Future of the Korean Peninsula
Timely in view of North Korea’s recent efforts to force a nuclear crisis in the region, this issue of the NBR Analysis examines the views of the surrounding powers toward the Korean Peninsula—those of China, Japan, and Russia—and raises critical questions about the future of Northeast Asia. North Korean leaders’ insistence on direct bilateral negotiations with the...
Theater Security Cooperation in the U.S. Pacific Command: An Assessment and Projection
In his June 26 testimony before the House International Relations Committee’s Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, Pacific Commander Admiral Thomas Fargo highlighted the importance of the theater security cooperation (TSC) program to the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM). Admiral Fargo noted that PACOM’s TSC activities enhance U.S. influence in...
Strategic Security Dilemmas in the Caucasus and Central Asia
The National Bureau of Asian Research is publishing a two-volume series of the NBR Analysis to highlight the urgent and persistent nature of the changed strategic security environment in the Caucasus and Central Asia. The two volumes explore a range of competing interests and influences in these volatile regions—emerging threats, bilateral and multilateral relations...
Regional Power Plays in the Caucasus and Central Asia
This volume of the NBR Analysis is the second in a series that The National Bureau of Asian Research is publishing to highlight the urgent and persistent nature of the changed strategic security environment in the Caucasus and Central Asia. The first volume explored how the eight countries in these two regions view their security situations, and analyzed the efforts...
Funding Terrorism in Southeast Asia: The Financial Network of Al Qaeda and Jemaah Islamiyah
A recent report from the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) highlights how international terrorists make widespread use of alternative and informal mechanisms to raise, move, and secure their funds.1 The very nature of these informal financial mechanisms—the use of charities and informal banking systems, or trade in licit and illicit commodities—makes it extremely...
Page Count: 307
Publication Year: 2004
OCLC Number: 868219489
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