Asia Roundtable: Focal Points for the Future

Staff: Jerome A. Cohen, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Asia Studies
February 1, 1997 - June 1, 1998

Asia is an increasingly important center of world power. With Hong Kong reverting to Chinese rule, tensions between North and South Korea increasing, and the United States and Japan reinvigorating their alliance, relations between the United States and Asia will be undergoing change. Individual sessions of the Roundtable examined the implications of these changes in a sociopolitical, economic, and security framework.

Meetings

Litigating International Business Disputes in China's Courts

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New Perspectives for Business with Sichuan Province, People's Republic of China

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The Role of the World Bank in Asia's Legal Development

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Korea's Financial Crisis and the Law

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The Next U.S.-China Summit

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Mongolia's Democracy and Its Regional Impact

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U.S. Assistance to Indonesia Law Reform

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Disarming Strangers: Diplomacy with North Korea

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APEC Infrastructure Facilities Project

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Asia's Financial Turmoil and Greater China's Stability

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Sharing the Resources of the South China Sea

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Stability in South Asia

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The Future of the Korean Peninsula: An Informal Discussion

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North Korea and International Law: An Overview

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U.S.-DPRK Relations: Prospects for the Future

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Hong Kong and China: A Delicate Balance

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The Upcoming 15th Party Congress: Shaping China's Future

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Prospects for Reforming China's State Enterprises: Key to Economic Progress

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Democracy, Security, and the Prospects for Peace between the Koreas

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Problems Facing Post-Suharto Indonesia

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Criminal Law Reform and Human Rights in China: Implications for U.S. Policy

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Hong Kong's Economic Competitiveness and the Impact of Reversion to Chinese Rule

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East Asia Policies of the European Union: A Comparative View by a European

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