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Asia Pacific BulletinThe Asia Pacific Bulletin (APB), produced by the East-West Center in Washington, publishes summaries of Congressional Study Groups, conferences, seminars, and visitor roundtables, as well as short articles and opinion pieces. APB summaries are always two pages or less, designed for the busy professional or policymaker to capture the essence of dialogue and debate on issues of concern in US-Asia relations.
Asia Pacific ObserverA quarterly newsletter reporting on analysis of contemporary issues in the region conducted by East-West Center researchers and their colleagues worldwide. The Observer replaces the bi-monthly newspaper, EWC Views, and will give greater emphasis to Asia-Pacific research. See also East-West Center Magazine, East-West Perspectives, Centerviews, East-West Center Views, East-West Center Observer
Asia Pacific Security Survey ReportPresents results of surveys of security analysts from the Asia Pacific region, an outgrowth and continuation of the "Asia Pacific Security Outlook" project and book series launched in 1997 under the joint sponsorship of the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE), the ASEAN/ISIS institutions, and the East-West Center.
Asia-Pacific Population & PolicyAsia-Pacific Population & Policy is a four-page policy brief, issued quarterly, that summarizes research on population and reproductive health for policymakers and others concerned with the Asia-Pacific region.
Asia-Pacific Population Research ReportsAsia-Pacific Population Research Reports provide an informative discussion of research on important population issues facing the Asia Pacific region. They are intended for social and health scientists, policymakers, program managers, and the interested public. Funding is provided by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
AsiaPacific IssuesPapers in the AsiaPacific Issues series address topics of broad interest and significant impact relevant to current and emerging policy debates. These eight-page, peer-reviewed papers are accessible to readers outside the author's discipline.
Asian and Pacific Census ForumA quarterly periodical containing articles on population issues affecting the Asia Pacific region, book reviews, and news about population activities in the region. This series began publication in 1974; over the years, the name of the series has changed several times. Additional issues may be found under the following series names: Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter, Asian and Pacific Census Forum, Asian and Pacific Population Forum.
Asian and Pacific Census NewsletterA quarterly periodical containing articles on population issues affecting the Asia Pacific region, book reviews, and news about population activities in the region. This series began publication in 1974; over the years, the name of the series has changed several times. Additional issues may be found under the following series names: Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter, Asian and Pacific Census Forum, Asian and Pacific Population Forum.
Asian and Pacific Population ForumA quarterly periodical containing articles on population issues affecting the Asia Pacific region, book reviews, and news about population activities in the region. This series began publication in 1974; over the years, the name of the series has changed several times. Additional issues may be found under the following series names: Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter, Asian and Pacific Census Forum, Asian and Pacific Population Forum
At the Center
CenterviewsNewspaper published by the Public Affairs Office between 1983 and 1991 reporting on work and activities at the Center . See also: EWC Magazine, East-West Perspectives, EWC Views
China Energy UpdateA quarterly briefing on energy and economic development in China
Communication Institute. A Synthesis of Population Communication Experience. PapersA synthesis of population communication experience papers of the East-West Communication Institute
Communication Institute. PapersPapers of the East-West Communication Institute
Culture & Language Learning Newsletter
Culture Learning Institute Report
East-West Center (Washington, D.C.). Policy StudiesPolicy Studies presents scholarly analysis of key contemporary domestic and international political, economic, and strategic issues affecting Asia in a policy relevant manner. Written for the policy community, academics, journalists, and the informed public, the peer-reviewed publications in this series provide new policy insights and perspectives based on extensive fieldwork and rigorous scholarship.
East-West Center Annual Report
East-West Center Bulletin
East-West Center Foundation Annual Report
East-West Center Lecture Series
East-West Center MagazineMagazine published by the Public Affairs Office between 1968 and 1978 reporting on work and activities at the Center. See also East-West Perspectives, Centerviews, East-West Center Views, Asia Pacific Observer, East-West Center Observer.
East-West Center News
East-West Center ObserverThe East-West Center Observer is a quarterly newsletter published by the East-West Center. Previously called Asia-Pacific Observer (April-June 1994 - January-March 1995).
East-West Center Programs - East-West Center Activities
East-West Center ReviewThe East-West Center Review was published by the East-West Center Grantees' Association three times a year, June 1964-March 1968
East-West Center Special ReportsThis series focuses on timely, critical issues concerning the United States, Asia, and the Pacific and is intended for a wide audience of those who make or influence policy decisions throughout the region.
East-West Center Today
East-West Center ViewsNewspaper published by the Public Affairs Office between 1991 and 1994 reporting on work and activities at the Center. See also East-West Center Magazine, East-West Perspectives, Centerviews, Asia Pacific Observer, East-West Center Observer
East-West Center Washington Working PapersEast-West Center Washington Working Papers are non-reviewed and unedited prepublications reporting on research in progress. These papers have a limited distribution, and are available to everyone online as PDF files.
East-West Center. Country report series
East-West DialogueEast-West Dialogue, a project of the East-West Center, fosters discussion and debate of key issues in Asia-U.S. economic relations. The Dialogue seeks to develop and promote innovative policy, business, and civic initiatives to enhance this critical partnership. This is first and foremost an online publication and discussion forum. A print version is also available.
East-West Film JournalThe East-West Film Journal (1986-1994) supported the Film Program at the Institute of Culture and Communication at the East-West Center. Together with the Hawaii International Film Festival and Film Symposium, this East-West Film Journal gave the scholarly work of the Film Program a broad public outlet.
East-West PerspectivesPerspectives continues EWC Magazine and is published by the Public Affairs Office between 1979 and 1982 reporting on work and activities at the Center. See also East-West Center Magazine, Centerviews, East-West Center Views, Asia Pacific Observer, East-West Center Observer
East-West WireThe East-West Wire is a news, commentary, and analysis service provided by the East-West Center in Honolulu. Any part or all of the Wire content may be used by media with attribution to the East-West Center or the person quoted.
Environment and Policy Institute. Program reports
Environment and Policy Institute. Research ReportsAlso called East-West Environment and Policy Institute Research Reports. These Reports contain Institute or cooperative research results that reflect the EAPI concept and approach to natural systems assessment for development, human interactions with tropical ecosystems, environmental dimensions of energy policies, and marine environment and extended maritime jurisdictions.
Environment and Policy Institute. Workshop reportsEast-West Environment and Policy Institute workshop reports
HabitechHABITECH was the newsletter of the Low-Cost Housing Technology Project, East-West Technology and Development Institute.
Horizons : a journal of Asia-Pacific issues (1986-89)
Information, Education Communication in Population
InfotechINFOTECH's 3 volumes (Fall 1974 - spring/summer 1977) span the later years of the East-West Technology and Development Institute.
Ink-Stained Wretch Newsletter
Language Planning NewsletterThis newsletter (1975-1985) contains a lead article describing language planning activities somewhere in the world (agencies involved in such activities, their goals, targets, special implementation, evaluation methods, etc.); announcements of meetings, conferences, seminars, workshops of interest; descriptions of research in progress or just completed; notices of books and articles; short book reviews; other items which readers or the editorial board feel should be included.
Latin America Oil & Gas MonitorA quarterly analysis of oil and gas development in Latin America
NTA BulletinSeries of short publications that summarize the results of National Transfer Accounts research for a broad audience.
National Family Health Survey Bulletin
National Family Health Survey Subject Reports
News from East-West Center
Northeast Asia Journalists Dialogue
PITO Economic BriefThe PITO Economic Brief series, which is published under the Private Investment and Trade Opportunities (PITO) project, is designed to address and analyze timely and important policy issues in the ASEAN region that are of interest to the private sectors in the United States and ASEAN.
Pacific Island Energy StudiesA collaboration of the Pacific Islands Development Program and Resource Systems Institute
Pacific Islands BriefPacific Islands Brief series seeks to stimulate discussion by providing concise overviews of contemporary issues in the Pacific Islands region.
Pacific Islands Communication Newsletter
Pacific Islands Development Program Economic Report
Pacific Islands Development Program Research Reports
Pacific Islands Journalism Newsletter
Pacific Islands PolicyPacific Islands Policy examines critical issues, problems, and opportunities that are relevant to the Pacific Islands region. The series is intended to influence the policy process, affect how people understand a range of contemporary Pacific issues, and help fashion solutions. A central aim of the series is to encourage scholarly analysis of economic, political, social, and cultural issues in a manner that will advance common understanding of current challenges and policy responses.
Population Institute. HOMES research report seriesAlso known as East-West Population Institute. HOMES Research Reports are circulated to inform planners and researchers about research findings and training materials from the Household Model for Economic and Social Studies developed at the East-West Population Institute.
Population Institute. PapersAlso known as "Papers of the East-West Population Institute," this long series reflects diverse disciplinary and cultural perspectives on population issues.
Program on Population. Papers.These Papers present findings and policy implications from research on population issues in Asia, the Pacific, and the United States.
Resource Systems Institute. Cooperative Education and Training of Managers for Development Projects. MDP case historyContains a series of eight case histories covering agricultural, industrial, public works, and social sectors. Case history research has become a widespread instructional tool in medical and law schools, followed by schools of business, public administration, and engineering. These case histories are innovative, however, in representing the first attempt to construct a series of case analyses within a single conceptual framework--that of the development project as an integrated whole.
Resource Systems Institute. Research materialsRSI-RM
Resource Systems Institute. Workshop and conference reportEast-West Resource Systems Institute
Russia Oil & Gas Monitor
Senior Policy Seminar
Specialists on the Asia Pacific RegionThis guide for journalists includes biodata, selected publications, direct-line phone numbers and e-mail addresses for East-West Center specialist
SpeechesThe East-West Center provides a forum for extended discussion of major issues affecting Asia, the Pacific and the United States by prominent researchers, analysts and policymakers
Summer Seminar on PopulationHeld annually from 1970 to 2011.
Technology and Development Institute. Case Studies in Public Policy Implementation and Project ManagementThis series of case studies cover agricultural, industrial, public works, and social sectors. These case studies were initiated early in the calendar year 1976. Participants from Korea, New Zealand, Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Iran, and the United States conducted the necessary field research as a basis for writing case study analyses of development projects in the context of an integrated project cycle
Transformations in LeadershipJournal of the East-West Center Leadership Certificate Program
Washington ReportWashington Report is a bimonthly newsletter that provides an "inside-the-Beltway" perspective on developments in U.S.-Asia Pacific relations. The centerpiece of the report is an interview with a leading authority on an economic, political, and/or strategic issues of importance to transpacific relations. Periodically, a special supplement is published that provides in-depth analysis of a topic covered in the newsletter.
East-West Center Occasional Papers
Education and Training (op)East-West Center Occasional Papers. Education and Training
Energy and Minerals (op)
East-West Center Working PapersThe prepublication works of the East-West Center Working Papers series are written by EWC staff and Visiting Fellows. The projects are generally discussion papers or works destined for formal publication elsewhere. EWC Working Papers are sold through the bookstore and are available for free download.
Economics [Working Papers]
Economics and Politics [Working Papers]
Environment [Working Papers]
Environment, Population, and Health [Working Papers]
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East-West Center. Office of Public Affairs26
Pan-Pacific relations - Periodicals25
Journalism - Oceania25
Mass media - Oceania25
Telecommunication - Oceania19
Oceania - Periodicals18
Communication in family planning17
Asia - Relations - United States - Periodicals
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