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Perry L. Wood

External Researcher

PERRY L. WOOD earned a B.A. in Political Science from Boston University in 1981 and did his graduate work at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Mr. Wood is currently employed by Wood-Mizer Products, Inc., a wood-processing equipment manufacturer based in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he is responsible for marketing in the Asia-Pacific and Africa. He is also a member of the political science faculty at Marian College, where he teaches International Relations, Development, and Southeast Asian History. Mr. Wood worked as a Research Fellow at the Hudson Institute for 10 years, specializing in Asian politics and economics. His Hudson Institute publications include ASEAN: New Challenges, New Directions, coauthored with J. W. Wheeler, 1990; Beyond Recrimination: Perspectives on U.S.-Taiwan Trade Tensions, coauthored with J. W. Wheeler, 1987; and Trial After Triumph: East Asia After the Cold War, chief author, William E. Odom, 1992. One of his articles was published in the collected volume, Korea Under Roh Tae-woo: Democratisation, Northern Policy and Inter-Korean Relations, edited by James Cotton, 1993. He also wrote numerous Hudson Institute Research reports and contributed articles on Asian politics and security issues to magazines and newspapers.

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SSI books and monographs by Perry L. Wood

  • 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