E-W Center Books, Reports, and Other Printed Media
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Recent SubmissionsIntroduction to human ecology research on agricultural systems in Southeast Asia Mega-regionalism -- new challenges for trade and innovation : conference papers A Well-reasoned opinion? Critical analysis of the first case against the alleged senior leaders of the Khmer Rouge (case 002/01) Inaccurate numbers, inadequate policies : enhancing data to evaluate the prevalence of human trafficking in ASEAN A Brief description of: the program of the East-West Resource Systems Institute, East-West Center, June 1978 From catching up to forging ahead : China's policies for semiconductors The conditions of biodiversity maintenance in Asia : the policy linkages between environmental conservation and sustainable development Fertilizer raw material resources, needs and commerce in Asia and the Pacific : proceedings of the Fertilizer Flows Conference, August 27-31, 1979, Honolulu, Hawaii The North Korea crisis and regional responses New directions in Asia-Pacific economic integration view more...
East-West Center. Pacific Islands Development P...11
East-West Resource Systems Institute10
East-West Center - History10
East-West Population Institute7
Disaster relief - Oceania6
Asia - Economic conditions - 1945-6
Disaster Preparedness Strategies Seminar (1983 ...5
East-West Center - Alumni and alumnae - Congresses5
East-West Environment and Policy Institute
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