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Analysis Overview

Recent Analysis

 

Economic Diplomacy and Genocide in Xinjiang, by Cullen Hendrix and Marcus Noland

The Prospects of Thailand-US Economic Cooperation, by Dr. Kaewkamol Pitakdumrongkit

A Changing Climate and Its Implications for Health and Migration in the Pacific: Examples from the Marshalls, by Laura Brewington, East-West Center

ASEAN Matters for America/America Matters for ASEAN, East-West Center in Washington

Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment series (Palau, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana, American Samoa), led by Pacific RISA

"EWC Insights" on ThinkTech, multiple experts interviewed on topics from Covid-19 to North Korea, from Blackness in Hawai'i to a Pacific president's perspectives

 

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 issues in the US-Asia-Pacific region

Asia Matters for America: web-based analysis, data, and reporting on the importance of Asia to the United States at national, state, and local levels; special focus editions on Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Australia; China; India; Japan; South Korea; and Taiwan (print and online) 

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

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

North Korea in the World provides easily-accessible information on the external diplomatic and economic relations of North Korea 

Featured Research Initiatives

  • Addressing Drought in Hawaii and the US-Affiliated Pacific Islands

    In Hawai‘i and the US Affiliated Pacific Islands, East-West Center researchers are working with collaborators at the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service and the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa to pilot Drought Knowledge Exchange projects in which researchers collaborate with land managers to co-produce site-specific drought information. Improving our understanding of drought and having readily available and relevant drought-related information can increase the drought resilience and response of land managers, helping to reduce wildfire risk and protect threatened and endangered species.

  • Community-Building Activities on China's Internet

    Focusing on the Chinese social media apps WeChat and TicTok, each of which has more than one billion active users worldwide, research considers how globalization of these technologies is affecting social, political, and economic development outside of China's borders.

  • Southeast Asia in Transition: Plastic Runs Through It