The January 2001 Issue of Comparative Connections is now available:
Regional Overview: Democracy in Progress . . . or in Peril?
U.S.-Japan Relations: Preparing for New Teams in Tokyo and Washington ..and a Muddy Field in Both Capitals
U.S.-China Relations: Bilateral Relations on Reasonably Sound Footing as 2000 and the Clinton Administration Come to a Close
U.S.-Korea Relations: Progress on All Fronts
U.S.-Russia Relations: Return to Realism; Fewer Bear-hugs Expected
U.S.-ASEAN Relations: The United States and Southeast Asia: Blowing Hot and Cold
China-ASEAN Relations: ASEAN Ten Plus Three: An Evolving East Asian Community?
China-Taiwan Relations: Dialogue in Neutral; Private Sector in Gear
China-Korea Relations: Consummating "Full-Scale Cooperative Partnership"
Japan-China Relations: The Zhu Visit and After … Efforts to Steady the Course
Japan-Korea Relations: Ending 2000 with a Whimper, Not a Bang
China-Russia Relations: Putinism in Its First Year
North Korea and the World: New Millennium, New North Korea?