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Trump Administration and US-Asia Pacific Relations Tracker (on-line resource)

Contesting Buddhist Narratives: Democratization, Nationalism, and Communal Violence in Myanmar (policy study)

Asia Reacts to...highlights how various Asian media are reacting to US politics, policy, and major events (on-line resource)

Counting Women's Work: Measuring the Gendered Economy in the Market and at Home (policy brief)

Resources

EWC Specialists on the Asia Pacific region: search here by area of expertise or use EWC Directory to search by name

Publications: policy briefs, monographs, and books, many available for free in PDF format

Talks and Panels: videos presenting analysis of critical issues in the US-Asia-Pacific region

Asia Matters for America: interactive website with analysis, data, and reporting on the importance of Asia to the United States at national, state, and local levels

Pacific Islands Report: daily news, analysis, and commentary from across Oceania

Integrated Climate Knowledge for Hawai'i and the Pacific Islands (PacificRISA): using climate information to manage risks and support practical decision-making about climate variability and change

Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment (PIRCA): a collaborative effort to assess climate change indicators, impacts, and adaptive capacity of the Hawaiian archipelago and the US-Affiliated Pacific Islands (USAPI)

Featured Research Initiatives

  • Spatial Information Laboratory

    The Spatial Information Laboratory is working to develop and increase the use of remote sensing data, geographic information systems (GIS), and global positioning system (GPS) technology for mapping and assessing environmental conditions throughout Asia and the Pacific region, including Hawaii.

  • Rise of China and the Strategic Environment in Northeast Asia

    Research explores Chinese foreign policy, the North Korea nuclear weapons crisis, and China's relations with Japan and Taiwan, with a special focus on tensions arising from disputed claims in the South China Sea.

  • Policy Responses to Low Fertility: An International Comparative Study

    The East-West Center led a collaborative study to improve understanding of fertility decline in 18 highly developed countries around the world and to consider the implications for policies and programs in such areas as education, labor markets, pension systems, and healthcare.