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Paul H.B. Godwin

External Researcher

PAUL H. B. GODWIN is Professor of International Affairs at the National War College, Washington, DC, where his research focuses on Chinese security policy and defense modernization. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College (1960) and received his M.A. in Asian Studies (1963) and Ph.D. in Political Science (1967) from the University of Minnesota. In the fall of 1987, Professor Godwin was a visiting professor at the Chinese People's Liberation Army National Defense University in Beijing. His most recent publications are "China's Security: An Interpretation of the Next Decade," in David M. Lampton and Alfred D. Wilhelm, Jr., eds., United States and China Relations at a Crossroads, Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995; and "A New Pacific Community: Adjusting to the Post-Cold War Era," in Howard J. Wiarda, ed., U.S. Foreign and Strategic Policy in the Post-Cold War Era, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. Other essays have appeared in Studies in Comparative Communism, Contemporary China, The China Quarterly, and Armed Forces and Society.

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SSI books and monographs by Paul H.B. Godwin

  • Asian Security to the Year 2000

    December 01, 1996

    Authored by Abraham Kim, Marc Jason Gilbert, Perry L. Wood, Paul H.B. Godwin, Dr. Robert J. Wirsing, Dr. William J. Taylor, Jr.. Edited by LTC Dianne L. Smith.
    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