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Asia Policy

Number 1 (2006) through current issue

Asia Policy is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to bridging the gap between academic research and policymaking on issues related to the Asia-Pacific. The journal publishes peer-reviewed research articles and policy essays, roundtables on policy-relevant topics and recent publications, and book review essays, as well as other occasional formats.

Published by: National Bureau of Asian Research

Current Issue: Number 19, January 2015

Number 19, January 2015

Number 18, July 2014

Number 17, January 2014

Number 16, July 2013

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Number 14, July 2012

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Number 12, July 2011

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Number 10, July 2010

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Number 8, July 2009

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Number 5, January 2008

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Number 2, July 2006

Number 1, January 2006


E-ISSN: 1559-2960
Print ISSN: 1559-0968

Editorial Board

Number 19, January 2015

Editors

C. Christine Fair

Mark W. Frazier

Managing Editor

Jessica Keough

Copy & Style Editor

Joshua Ziemkowski

Copyeditors

McKenzie Templeton

Craig Scanlan

Hannah Haegeland

Editorial Advisory Committee

C. Christine Fair
Georgetown University

Mark Frazier
The New School

Bhubhindar Singh
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

Michael Wills
The National Bureau of Asian Research

Editorial Board

Muthiah Alagappa
Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia

Michael Armacost
Stanford University

Richard Bush
Brookings Institution

Steve Chan
University of Colorado, Boulder

Thomas Christensen
Princeton University

Eliot Cohen
Johns Hopkins University

Nicholas Eberstadt
American Enterprise Institute

Elizabeth Economy
Council on Foreign Relations

Richard Ellings (co-chairman)
The National Bureau of Asian Research

Aaron Friedberg
Princeton University

Paul Godwin
National War College (ret.)

Michael Green
Center for Strategic and International Studies

Stephen Hanson
College of William and Mary

Harry Harding
University of Virginia

Robert Hefner
Boston University

David Kang
University of Southern California

Mark Katz
George Mason University

David Lampton
Johns Hopkins University

Nicholas Lardy
Peterson Institute for International Economics

Chae-Jin Lee
Claremont McKenna College

Steven Lewis
Rice University

Cheng Li
Brookings Institution

Kenneth Lieberthal
Brookings Institution

Kimberly Marten
Barnard College

Barrett McCormick
Marquette University

Rajan Menon
City College of New York, City University of New York

Vali Nasr
Johns Hopkins University

Marcus Noland
Peterson Institute for International Economics

Margaret Pearson
University of Maryland

Minxin Pei
Claremont McKenna College

T.J. Pempel
University of California, Berkeley

Dwight Perkins
Harvard University

Kenneth Pyle (co-chairman)
University of Washington

Lawrence Reardon
University of New Hampshire

Robert Ross
Boston College

Richard Samuels
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Andrew Scobell
RAND Corporation

David Shambaugh
George Washington University

Susan Shirk
University of California, San Diego

Sheldon Simon
Arizona State University

Robert Sutter
George Washington University

Richard Suttmeier
University of Oregon

Michael Swaine
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

See Seng Tan
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

Ashley Tellis
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Robert Wade
London School of Economics and Political Science

Vincent Wang
University of Richmond

Number 18, July 2014

Editors

C. Christine Fair & Mark W. Frazier

Managing Editor

Jessica Keough

Copy & Style Editor

Joshua Ziemkowski

Copyeditors

Craig Scanlan, Gregory Shtraks, and Jonathan Walton

Editorial Board

Co-Chairmen:

Richard Ellings, The National Bureau of Asian Research
Kenneth Pyle, University of Washington

Muthiah Alagappa, Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia
Michael Armacost, Stanford University
Richard Bush, Brookings Institution
Steve Chan, University of Colorado, Boulder
Thomas Christensen, Princeton University
Eliot Cohen, Johns Hopkins University
Nicholas Eberstadt, American Enterprise Institute
Elizabeth Economy, Council on Foreign Relations
Aaron Friedberg, Princeton University
Paul Godwin, National War College (ret.)
Michael Green, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Stephen Hanson, College of William and Mary
Harry Harding, University of Virginia
Robert Hefner, Boston University
David Kang, University of Southern California
Mark Katz, George Mason University
David Lampton, Johns Hopkins University
Nicholas Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Chae-Jin Lee, Claremont McKenna College
Steven Lewis, Rice University
Cheng Li, Brookings Institution
Kenneth Lieberthal, Brookings Institution
Kimberly Marten, Barnard College
Barrett McCormick, Marquette University
Rajan Menon, City College of New York, City University of New York
Vali Nasr, Johns Hopkins University
Marcus Noland, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Margaret Pearson, University of Maryland
Minxin Pei, Claremont McKenna College
T.J. Pempel, University of California, Berkeley
Dwight Perkins, Harvard University
Lawrence Reardon, University of New Hampshire
Robert Ross, Boston College
Richard Samuels, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Andrew Scobell, RAND Corporation
David Shambaugh, George Washington University
Susan Shirk, University of California, San Diego
Sheldon Simon, Arizona State University
Robert Sutter, George Washington University
Richard Suttmeier, University of Oregon
Michael Swaine, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Ashley Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Robert Wade, London School of Economics and Political Science
Vincent Wang, University of Richmond

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