EWC Analysis About Alliances and Partnerships

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US-Japan Relations and Southeast Asia: Meeting Regional Demands
by Satu P. Limaye and Tsutomu Kikuchi
2016

Mega-Regionalism -- New Challenges for Trade and Innovation Conference Papers
Dieter Ernst and Michael Plummer (conference coordinators)
2016

New Directions in Asia-Pacific Economic Integration
edited by Ambassador Tang Guoqiang and Peter A. Petri
2014


Policy Studies
74
Aligning Unevenly: India and the United States
by Dinshaw Mistry
2016

69
ASEAN Centrality and the ASEAN-US Economic Relationship
by Peter A. Petri and Michael G. Plummer
2014

65
Patterns of Free Trade Areas in Asia
by Masahiro Kawai and Ganeshan Wignaraja
2013

63
Breaking With the Past? Civil-Military Relations in the Emerging Democracies of East Asia
by Aurel Croissant, David Kuehn, and Philip Lorenz
2012


AsiaPacific Issues
125
At the Crossroads: The TPP, AIIB, and Japan’s Foreign Economic Strategy
by Saori N. Katada
May 2016

123
Mega-FTAs and the Trade-Security Nexus: The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
by Vinod K. Aggarwal
March 2016

119
The ASEAN Economic Community: What Stands in the Way?
by Jörn Dosch
September 2015

118
Transforming the Regional Architecture: New Players and Challenges for the Pacific Islands
by Nic Maclellan
August 2015

116
The Asia-Pacific Cooperation Agenda: Moving from Regional Cooperation Toward Global Leadership
by Charles E. Morrison
October 2014

111
Creating Korea’s Future Economy: Innovation, Growth, and Korea-US Economic Relations
by Sean P. Connell
January 2014


Asia Pacific Bulletin
368
South Asia's Efforts at Regional reintegration: Fantasy or Feasible?
by Tariq A. Karim
January 18, 2017

365
Bilateral and Regional Implications of the U.S.-Philippine Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement
by Renato De Castro
December 21, 2016

356
ASEAN Security Architecture: Tension between National Interests and Regional Institutions
by Benjamin Ho
September 29, 2016

355
The Strategic Significance of the US-India Logistics Agreement
by Manjeet S. Pardesi
September 27, 2016

343
Beyond Shared Interests: The US and the Evolution of Indian Military Strategy
by Arzan Tarapore
May 19, 2016

339
Can the US-ASEAN Connect Initiative Create Stronger US-ASEAN Economic Relations?
by Sanchita Basu Das
April 7, 2016

338
US Economic Ties to ASEAN Demand a New Agility
by Shankaran Nambiar
April 5, 2016

335
The U.S.-Malaysia Security Connection
by Marvin Ott and Derek Maseloff
February 24, 2016

334
Japan-Taiwan Relations in the New DPP Era
by Yasuhiro Matsuda
February 11, 2016

329
Implications for Southeast Asia of the New U.S.‑Japan Defense Guidelines
by Bhubhindar Singh
November 10, 2015

327
India-Japan-U.S. Trilateral Dialogue Gains Additional Traction
by Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan and Sylvia Mishra
October 22, 2015

324
AICHR in October 2015 – Change or Continuity in the Diplomatic Club?
by Naila Maier-Knapp
October 7, 2015

321
Building Japan-ROK Relations through East Asian Maritime Security
by Amanda Conklin, Sora Chung, Grace Kim, and Nicole Goertzen-Tang
September 15, 2015

320
A Long Way from Sharing a Mountain: Japan-China Relations and the Creation of the AIIB
by Aki Sakabe-Mori
September 9, 2015

306
Searching for the “Strategic” in the UK-Japan “New Type of Alliance”
by Philip Shetler-Jones
March 31, 2015

305
An Emerging 3rd Pillar in Asian Architecture? AIIB and Other China-led Initiatives
by Cheng-Chwee Kuik
March 26, 2015

304
A Little Help from Our Friends: Security Partnerships and the Rebalance
by Marvin Ott and Julia Allen
March 24, 2015

301
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership: New Paradigm or Old Wine in a New Bottle?
by Sanchita Basu Das
February 10, 2015

276
Understanding the Persistence of American Alliances and Partnerships in the Asia-Pacific
by William Tow
August 14, 2014

268
TPP: An Agreement to Bridge the United States with ASEAN and Asia
by Sanchita Basu Das
August 14, 2014

220
Strategic Implications of TPP: Answering the Critics
by Ellen Frost
July 9, 2013

 

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