East Asia Trends. Phase 1 Report.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE WASHINGTON DC OFFICE OF EXTERNAL RESEARCH
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The research concerns domestic and international economic and political variables that are regional in origin and will hold constant the extraregional environment. For example, analysis of important trends in Japan detailed in discussion papers A-5 to A-9 assumes no interruption in Japans energy supplies because of the Gulf War. Secondly, it is assumed that by relative weight what is meant is importance in terms of impact on American foreign policy in the region. Partial Contents Trends in te Political and Economic Role of the Native Taiwanese in Taiwan, Prospects and Problems in Price Reform in China, Chinas Perception of the Soviet Threat, The Future of Japanese Government Support of High Technology R D, Japanese Defense-Related Industries and their Impact on Japanese Policy and on US-Japan Defense Relations, Leadership and Economy in Vietnam, The Industrialization Strategies of the ASEAN Countries, Brunei, Sarawak, and Sabah, Evolving Southeast Asian Perceptions of the Pacific Basin Proposal, The US and the USSR as Viewed from ASEAN Equivalence Equidistance Alignment, Culture, Revolution and Modernization in China, The Search for Ideology in ASEAN Southeast Asia.
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