The October 2000 Issue of Comparative Connections is now available:
Regional Overview: Multilateralism Sputters Along, as North Korea Continues to Grab the Spotlight
U.S.-Japan Relations: Small but Important Steps
U.S.-China Relations: Clinton and Jiang Hail PNTR Passage, but Agree on Little Else
U.S.-Korea Relations: Military Ties Remain Vital despite North-South Thaw
U.S.-Russia Relations: The Perils of Putin
U.S.-ASEAN Relations: Tragedy and Uncertainty for Some, Potential Benefits for Others
China-ASEAN Relations: China’s “New Security Concept” and ASEAN
China-Taiwan Relations: Relaxed, but not Re-linked
China-Korea Relations: The Insatiable Economic Relationship: Too Much for Seoul to Swallow?
Japan-China Relations: Waiting for Zhu …
Japan-Korea Relations: What’s Behind the Smile?
Japan-Russia Relations: Back to the Drawing Board?
China-Russia Relations: Putin’s Ostpolitik and Sino-Russian Relations
India-East Asia Relations: India’s Latest Asian Incarnation