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SUMMARY In January 1996, the U.S. Army War College's Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) hosted a conference on "Asian Security to the Year 2000." No region of the world has greater potential for expanded influence on American interests. This compendium of papers from the conference examines the security policies being pursued by many of the key Asian actors--China, the Koreas, Pakistan, and the nations of Southeast Asia, particularly those in ASEAN. The contributors to this volume paint the picture of a dynamic and diverse Asia on the verge of the new century. Each author identifies the critical issues which frame both challenges and opportunities for U.S. foreign, economic, and security policies.
Baloch Nationalism and the Geopolitics of Energy Resources: The Changing Context of Separatism in Pakistan
Opening Pandora's Box: Ethnicity and Central Asian Militaries
Breaking Away from the Bear
Central Asia: A New Great Game?