The midpoint of George W. Bush's presidential term offers an opportune moment to take stock of the administration's Asia policy. This Asia Program report contains essays by policymakers, scholars and Asia analysts, including a contribution from Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs James A. Kelly. Collectively, these essays identify themes and patterns that provide insights into Bush's Asia policies and begin the task of placing the administration's policies into broader perspective. Click on the attachment for a free PDF version.
Asia Program Special Report No. 119 by Naoyuki Agawa, Toshio Nishi, and Masaru Tamamoto.
Surf and Turf: Environmental and Food Safety Concerns of China's Aquaculture and Animal Husbandry By Linden J. Ellis & Jennifer L. Turner Feature Box: Greening China's Banks By Christina Larson
13 September 2000--Hazardous Waste Management in China: Testing the Limits of the Rule of Environmental Law Colloquium 1: The Nature and Scope of the Problem 11 October 2000--Conservation Financing in China 12 October 2000--Drugs, AIDS and Alternative Development in Burma 25 October 2000--Chinese Academy of Social Science, Center for Environment and Development Delegation 27 October 2000--Pressing for Freedom: A Report from Hong Kong 6 December 2000--Green NGOs and Environmental Journalism in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong 8 December 2000--Green NGOs and Environmental Journalism in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong 2 February 2001--Environmental and Energy Cooperation in Northeast Asia 20 March 2001--Great Wall Across the Yangtze
Decentralization, Democratic Governance, and Civil Society in Comparative Perspective: Africa, Asia, and Latin AmericaJul 07, 2011
Decentralization, Democratic Governance, and Civil Society in Comparative Perspective studies the relation of decentralization to democratization at both intermediate and local levels and analyzes how decentralization is transforming the relationship between the state and civil society. This book presents case studies from six countries in three continents in which decentralization of some parts of government has been attempted: Mexico, Chile, South Africa, Kenya, the Philippines, and Indonesia.More about this title can be found on the Wilson Center Press website.