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Asia Pacific Security Outlook 2004

Participants

[Co-Directors]

Charles E. Morrison President, East-West Center, U.S.A.
Jusuf Wanandi Chairman of the Spervisory Board, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia
Tadashi Yamamoto President, Japan Center for International Exchange

[Overview and Editors]

Richard W. Baker Special Assistant to the President, East-West Center, U.S.A.
Charles E. Morrison President, East-West Center, U.S.A.

[Country Analysts]

Australia

Ross Cottrill Australian Institute of International Affairs, Canberra

Brunei Darussalam

Pushpathavi Thambipillai University of Brunei Darussalam

Canada

Allen G. Sens and
Brian L. Job
University of British Columbia, Vancouver

China

Chu Shulong Tsinghua University, Beijing

European Union

Sebastian Harnisch University of Trier, Germany

Indonesia

Rizal Sukma Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta

Japan

Eiichi Katahara Kobe Gakuin University

Republic of Korea

Chung Oknim Sunmoon University, Asan, South Korea

Malaysia

Elina Noor Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Kuala Lumpur

Mongolia

Munkh-Ochir Dorjjugder Institute for Strategic Studies, Ulaanbaatar

New Zealand

David Dickens independent policy analyst

Papua New Guinea

Ronald J. May Australian National University, Canberra

Philippines

Noel Morada Institute for Strategic and Development Studies, Quezon City

Russia

Sergei Sevastyanov Valadivostok State University of Economics

Singapore

Yeo Lay Hwee Singapore Institute of International Affairs

Thailand

Chookiat Panaspornprasit Institute of Security and International Studies, Bangkok

United States

Richard W. Baker East-West Center (with Sarabecka Mullen, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC)

Vietnam

Hoang Anh Tuan Research Institute for International Relations, Hanoi

[Theme Papers]

Northeast Asia

Ralph A. Cossa Pacific Forum CSIS, Honolulu

Southeast Asia

Rohan Gunaratna Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies, Singapore

South Asia

Dipankar Banerjee Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi