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Asian Politics & Policy
Title: What's China Got To Do With It? US Alliances, Partnerships in the Asia-Pacific
Author(s): William T. Tow
  • Satu Limaye

Date of publications: 2016
Publication type: Journal article

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Southeast Asian Affairs 2016
Title: U.S.-Southeast Asia Relations in the Age of the Rebalance
Author(s): William T. Tow
Date of publications: 2016
Publication type: Book chapter

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Title: Reconstructing China: Japanese technicians and industrialization in the early years of the People's Republic of China
Author(s): Amy King
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: Journal

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Asia & The Pacific Policy Studies
Title: Strategic Choices in Myanmar's Transition and Myanmar's National Security Policies
Author(s): Trevor Wilson
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: Journal

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Title: Australia and the challenges of weapons of mass destruction
Author(s): Peter Varghese AO
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: Discussion paper

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The RUSI Journal
Title: Strategy in an Era of Rising Powers: The British Dilemma
Author(s): Benjamin Zala
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: Journal article

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The Nonproliferation Review
Title: Correspondence: Conventional Prompt Global Strike: Arms Racing and Strategic Stability in a Post-Unipolar World
Author(s): Andrew Futter
  • Benjamin Zala
  • George M. Moore

Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: In Brief

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CSCAP Regional Security Outlook 2016 cover
Title: CSCAP Regional Security Outlook 2016
Author(s): Ron Huisken
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: Policy paper

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Title: ‘There Is Relief That It Seems to Be Working’: BP’s Integrated Community-Based Security Strategy in West Papua
Author(s): Kylie McKenna
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: In Brief

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Alternative Scenarios: History will Continue to Haunt Japan’s Relations with China - Scenario of China’s Fault
Title: Alternative Scenarios: History will Continue to Haunt Japan’s Relations with China - Scenario of China’s Fault
Author(s): Amy King
Date of publications: 2015
Publication type: Journal article

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