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The New Zealand Paradox: Adjusting to the Change in Balance of Power in the Asia Pacific over the Next 20 Years

Mapp, Wayne.
(2014)  | 9781442228412 | CSIS - Center for Strategic & | pbk. | book | 92pp | Availability last checked: 24/7/2018
AUD 67.95 (inc. GST), AUD 61.77 (ex. GST),
The rise of China is profoundly altering the balance of power in theAsia-Pacific region, and this shift will accelerate as China’s economy growsto rival that of the United States during the next two decades. This reportexamines these issues and suggests the course that New Zealand should chart toensure...

Promoting Peace in Myanmar: U.S. Interests and Role

Kuok, Lynn. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2014)  | 9781442228450 | CSIS - Center for Strategic & | pbk. | book | 40pp
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Myanmar has made important progress toward democratic reform since PresidentThein Sein’s civilian government came to power in early 2011. Significantchallenges, however, remain and could scuttle efforts at change. Key among theseare the peace process between the government and armed ethnic groups...

Exploring New Ways to Provide Enduring Strategic Effects for the Department of Defense

Brannen, Samuel J. Murdock, Clark. Brannen, Clark Murdock and Samuel J. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2014)  | 9781442228573 | CSIS - Center for Strategic & | pbk. | book | 52pp
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CSIS undertook a study in support of Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)Strategy and the 2014 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) to explore using U.S.military power in new ways to achieve high-priority strategic ends (derived fromthe 2012 Defense Strategic Guidance). The project was informed by...

Iraq in Crisis

Cordesman, Anthony H. Khazai, Sam. Cordesman and Sam Khazai, Anthony H. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2014)  | 9781442228559 | CSIS - Center for Strategic & | pbk. | book | 404pp
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Iraq is a nation in crisis bordering on civil war. The country now faces growingviolence, a steady rise in Sunni Islamist extremism, an increasinglyauthoritarian leader that favors Iraq’s Sunnis, and growing ethnic tensionbetween Arabs and Kurds. The recent Iraqi election offers little promise that...

Rethinking Legitimacy and Illegitimacy: A New Approach to Assessing Support and Opposition across Disciplines

Lamb, Robert D. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2014)  | 9781442228597 | CSIS - Center for Strategic & | pbk. | book | 56pp
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This report introduces a new assessment framework for legitimacy andillegitimacy that governments, businesses, and other organizations can use tobetter understand the sources and dynamics of support or opposition for anyentity, policy, or program. It includes an intellectual history of the conceptof...

 

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