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Dr. Mohan Malik

External Researcher

MOHANMALIK joined the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies in February 2001, and is currently on leave from Deakin University in Australia where he was Director of the postgraduate Defense Studies Program. Dr. Malik is the author of The Gulf War: Australia’s Role and Asian-Pacific Responses (Strategic and Defense Studies Centre/A.N.U. Press, 1992) and editor of the three volumes on Asian Defense Policies (Deakin University Press, 1994), The Future Battlefield (Deakin University Press and Directorate of Army Research and Analysis, 1997), and Australia’s Security in the 21st Century (Allen and Unwin, 1999). He has contributed numerous chapters to books and published over 90 articles on Asian-Pacific security issues in refereed journals such as Asian Survey, Arms Control, Asia-Pacific Defense Reporter, Australian Journal of International Affairs, China Quarterly, China Report, Comparative Strategy, Contemporary Security Policy, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Current Affairs Bulletin, Defense and Foreign Affairs, Issues and Studies, Jane’s Sentinel, Jane’s Intelligence Review, Journal of Northeast Asian Studies, Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, Orbis, Pacifica Review, Strategic Digest, Strategic Policy and The World Today. Dr Malik has also done consultancy work for the Australian Department of Defense (Army), and the United Kingdom-based Jane’s Information Group.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Mohan Malik

  • Dragon on Terrorism: Assessing China's Tactical Gains and Strategic Losses Post-September 11

    October 01, 2002

    Authored by Dr. Mohan Malik.
    The U.S. relationship with China and the global war on terrorism are the two most significant strategic challenges faced by the Bush administration. The author assesses how the war on terrorism has affected China. He concludes that the war on terrorism radically altered the Asian strategic environment in ways that negated China's foreign policy gains of the last decade.