Asia News

CEF Coordinator Publishes Article in the Jamestown Foundation's China Brief on China's Growing Water Woes

Dec 20, 2006
DECEMBER 2006 - China's Water Woes Addressed by Dr. Turner

America's Mid-term Elections: What Next for U.S.-South Korean Relations?

Dec 18, 2006
Asia Program Director Robert M. Hathaway looks at how Democratic victories in the November 2006 congressional elections might affect Washington's partnership with South Korea. On both North Korea and trade, Hathaway cautions, South Koreans are reading more into the results of the November elections than is warranted. This essay, part of a Mansfield Foundation project titled "Forging New U.S.-ROK Political Relationships," is posted on the website of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation. Read essay

Energy Security in the Strait of Malacca

Nov 16, 2006
On November 14, 2006, energy and maritime security experts provided an assessment of energy security in the strategically located Strait of Malacca. See the Powerpoint presentations and summary from our November 14 event

China Environment Forum Partners With Western Kentucky University on USAID-Supported China Environmental Health Project

Oct 27, 2006
OCTOBER 2006-The Hoffman Environmental Research Institute at Western Kentucky University to work with the China Environment Forum

Ma Jun, Long-term Participant in CEF Projects, Launches China's First Public Database of Nationwide Water Pollution

Oct 11, 2006
OCTOBER 2006--A tool for increasing transparency on water pollution, Ma Jun's new database is revealed

Pakistan: Meeting Energy, Fiscal Needs

Sep 01, 2006
While in many respects a troubled country, Pakistan in recent years has experienced robust economic growth. Panelists at a recent Asia Program conference, however, speculated that underlying fiscal problems might be jeopardizing that growth.

CEF Coordinator Quoted in Story on Songhua River Pollution Angering Russian Officials

Jul 23, 2006
JULY 2006--In an interview with Radio Free Asia, Jennifer Turner comments on complaints by Russian Officials on the continued pollution flowing into the Amur River from China.

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