May 13, 2005
The record of the Bush administration in East Asia over thepast four years is a mixed one, but with significantaccomplishments. Nonetheless, nagging problems persistthat, if not adequately addressed, could create considerabledifficulties for the president during his second term. By Robert M. Hathaway.
CEF and Japanese partner Institute of Developing Economies publish book on promoting river basin governance in China
Apr 19, 2005
APRIL 2005--A collection of research papers produced by a study group and other researchers at the Institute for Developing Economies that look comparatively at challenges to river basin governance in Japan, China, and the United States.
CEF Coordinator and Former CEF Intern Publish Chapter in the New Book China's Environment and the Challenge of Sustainable Development
Feb 18, 2005
FEBRUARY 2005--Jennifer Turner and former CEF intern Eric Zusman contributed a chapter on the international forces that have been changing China's environmental policymaking.
Feb 17, 2005
FEBRUARY 2005--Jennifer Turner quoted in Newsweek International article on SEPA's stand against dams
Oct 22, 2004
After a recent trip to South Asia, Robert Hathaway, the Wilson Center's Asia Program Director, notes that U.S. relations with both India and Pakistan are in surprisingly poor shape. Hathaway cautions that the U.S. tendency to put Asia on the back burner is a mistake, especially with regard to North Korea.
Oct 12, 2004
Dr. Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations praised the Wilson Center's work on China environment in Congressional testimony
Aug 16, 2004
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