This volume assesses Pakistan's energy needs over the next 25-30 years, and it seeks to foster debate on how Pakistan might succeed in meeting its energy requirements in the decades ahead. Coedited by Robert M. Hathaway, Bhumika Muchhala, and Michael Kugelman.
Asia Program Special Report No. 135 by Litai Xue, Bernard D. Cole, Dennis J. Blasko, and Kristen A. Gunness. Edited by Mark Mohr.
Asia Program Special Report No. 134 by Sung-Yoon Lee, Kirk W. Larsen, Kerry Dumbaugh, and Bojiang Yang. Edited by Mark Mohr.
Asia Program Special Report No. 133 by Tjandra Yoga Aditama, David Reddy, Peter Gourlay, and Maryjane Lacoste. Edited by Bhumika Muchhala.
This volume takes a fresh look at one of the most pressing problems facing Pakistan today--its wholly inadequate education system. Until and unless Pakistan comes to grips with the many deficiencies in the manner in which it educates its young people, it is unlikely to be successful in creating a flourishing, prosperous, tolerant country.
In this report, six experts from a variety of academic disciplines examine the choices and challenges of Japanese women, ranging from declining fertility and employment patterns to the difficulties of balancing work and family. A central focus is the debate over whether a female should be allowed to inherit the imperial throne, and the implications for gender equality and national pride in Japan.
With its energy needs steadily multiplying, Northeast Asia will require ever increasing petroleum imports for its economic expansion and survival. This report draws both on extensive field research in Northeast Asia and on two unprecedented workshops in Beijing co-sponsored by the Wilson Center and the China Institute of International Studies (an arm of the Chinese Foreign Ministry).
Asia Program Special Report No. 142 by Tanvi Madan, Juli A. MacDonald, Mikkal E. Herberg, and Ron Somers. Edited by Michael Kugelman.
Asia Program Special Report No. 143 by Peter Chow, T. Y. Wang, Thomas Bellows, and Yu-Long Ling. Edited by Bryce Wakefield.