January 14, 2005
The January 2005 Issue of Comparative Connections is now available online:
Regional Overview: Tsunami Brings Us Together; Provides Perspective
U.S.-Japan Relations: Planning Ahead
U.S.-Korea Relations: South Korea Confronts U.S. Hardliners on North Korea Policy
U.S.-Russia Relations: Elections Highlight Deepening Divide
U.S.-Southeast Asia Relations: Elections, Unrest, and ASEAN Controversies
U.S.-China Relations: Slips of the Tongue and Parables
China-Southeast Asia Relations: Thinking Globally, Acting Regionally
Japan-China Relations: A Volatile Mix: Natural Gas, a Submarine, a Shrine, and a Visa
Japan-Korea Relations: Improving and Maturing, but Slowly
China-Taiwan Relations: Campaign Fallout
North Korea-South Korea Relations: Boycott or Business?
India-East Asia Relations: 2004: A Year of Living Actively
China-Korea Relations: Waiting Game
China-Russia Relations: End of History? What’s Next?