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26-Jan-2001Sachio Semmoto: JAPANESE ENTREPRENEUR PREDICTS IT BUSINESS WILL TAKE OFF-
10-Aug-2007Senior Seminar Charts Changing Power in Asia Pacific, Calls for Greater U.S. Attention-
1-Nov-2005(Sheila Smith) Japan-U.S. Expand Defense Alliance-
13-Jun-2003Sheila Smith: ALLEGED OKINAWA RAPE COMPLICATES U.S. STRATEGY ON NORTH KOREA-
29-Jun-2001Sheila Smith: ALLEGED OKINAWA RAPE WILL LIKELY OVERSHADOW SUMMIT-
11-Nov-2003Sheila Smith: JAPAN'S ELECTION POINTS MORE TO VOTER APATHY THAN MOMENTUM FOR REFORM-
9-Oct-2001Sheila Smith: JAPAN'S MOVES ON TERRORISM WILL TEST PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR U.S. ALLIANCE-
8-Apr-2004Sheila Smith: Japanese Hostages in Iraq: Assertive Foreign Policy Creates New Dilemma for Japan-
12-Sep-2005Sheila Smith: Koizumi's Landslide Election a Watershed Moment in Japanese Politics-
25-Jul-2005Sheila Smith: Much Anticipation for Six-Party Talks, But Stakes Are High-
20-Feb-2004Sheila Smith: North Korea Talks, Iraq Will Forge Japan's Security Policies-
26-Apr-2001Sheila Smith: SUB COLLISION COULD BECOME POLITICAL ISSUE IN JAPANESE ELECTIONS-
14-Feb-2001Sheila Smith: SUBMARINE COLLISION COULD INCREASE DIFFICULTIES FOR U.S. MILITARY IN JAPAN-
5-Sep-2007Shinsedae: Conservative Attitudes of a ‘New Generation’ in South Korea and the Impact on the Korean Presidential ElectionPark, Sun-Young
11-Apr-2001Shulong Chu, Tianshu Chu, Christopher McNally: CHINA, U.S., MUST HAMMER OUT NEW RELATIONSHIP-
14-Jun-2002Sitiveni Halapua: 'TALANOA' HELPS REBUILD UNITY IN FIJI-
25-Aug-2008Six Steps Toward Increased Energy Security in the Asia Pacific RegionWu, Kang; Fesharaki, Fereidun; Westley, Sidney B.; Prawiraadmadia, Widhyawan
21-May-2010A Smart Response to China’s ‘Indigenous Innovation’ PoliciesErnst, Dieter
20-Feb-2003Smith: IN WHOSE INTERESTS? THE FUTURE OF THE U.S. MILITARY IN ASIA -- FEB. 20-22, EAST-WEST CENTER-
19-May-2005Smith: Japanese Public Opinion Reflects Growing Discontent with China-