Prof. Marc Jason Gilbert
MARC JASON GILBERT is Professor of History at North Georgia State University. A specialist in South and Southeast Asian history who received his doctorate in history from UCLA in 1978, Professor Gilbert has edited or authored numerous books and journal articles on modern South and Southeast Asian history. His research has been supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Association for Asian Studies. He is the editor and chief contributing author of The Vietnam War: Teaching Approaches and Resources, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991; and co-editor with William Head of an anthology of recent scholarship on the decisive event of the Second Indochina War, The Tet Offensive, Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
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SSI books and monographs by Prof. Marc Jason Gilbert
December 01, 1996
Authored by Mr. Abraham Kim, Prof. Marc Jason Gilbert, Mr. Perry L. Wood, Prof. 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