Scholarly Publications

East Asian Military Security Dynamics

February 1995

In comparison with the postwar decades from 1945 to 1990, East Asian prospects for peaceful stability and economic growth have never been better.

Herbicides in Asian Rice: Transitions in Weed Management

December 1997

Weeds have been a persistent problem in rice since the beginning of settled agriculture.

Herbicides in Asian Rice Production: Perspectives from Economics, Ecology, and the Agricultural Sciences

December 1997

Weeds have been a persistent problem in rice since the beginning of settled agriculture.

Other Publications

Asian Policy Challenges for the Next President

August 2008

In a few short months, a new U.S. administration will take office in Washington. It will inherit adecent hand to play in Asia. The region is not currently in crisis.

ASEAN @ 50, Southeast Asia @ Risk: What Should Be Done?

January 2018

In October 2017, twenty-two scholars from eight countries attended a workshop titled “ASEAN @ 50, Southeast Asia @ Risk: What should be done?” The workshop was designed to facilitate a frank and...


Donald K. Emmerson: U.S. Focus on Terrorism Ignores Asia's Wider Needs

December 2003

President Bush's week-long swing through six Asian nations is long overdue.

Not Quite the World's Silicon Valley

February 2004

APARC's Rafiq Dossani comments on offshoring U.S. jobs to India, the so-called "reverse brain drain."

Martha Crenshaw awarded $500,000 to study terrorist patterns

October 2009

Crenshaw, a senior fellow at FSI's Center for International Security and Cooperation, has received a National Science Foundation grant to identify patterns in the evolution of terrorist...


Assessing U.S. Bilateral Security Alliances in the Asia-Pacific's 'Southern Rim': Why the San Francisco System Endures

May 20, 1999

The prevailing view in international relations that security alliances are inevitably sustained by mutually perceived threats can be challenged in the present post-Cold War context.

Prospects for Peace and Security in Southeast Asia

April 24, 2001

Fidel Ramos' term as President of the Philippines was marked, among other things, by the highest economic growth since the Republic's independence, massive investments in infrastructure, and a...

Is Southeast Asia the Next Front in the War on Terror?

October 19, 2001

Press reports of rising anti-Americanism and Muslim militance in several Southeast Asian countries have fueled speculation that the United States may be planning to intervene against terrorist...


East Asian Economics

Professor Ronald I.

Mapping Militant Organizations

This research project launched in 2009 traces the evolution of militant organizations and the interactions that develop among them over time.

Worker Identities and the Origins of Capital in Vietnam

The Vietnamese government legalized strikes in 1995. Since then Vietnamese workers have gone on strike more than 1,500 times.


The South China Sea: What is to be Done?

April 2017

Audio and transcript from the Shorenstein APARC China Program seminar, "The South China Sea: What is to be Done?", on March 8, 2017, with Donald K.


Joseph Felter Lecturer
Erik Jensen Senior Research Scholar, CDDRL Professor of the Practice, Law
Rylan Sekiguchi Manager of Curriculum and Instructional Design, Instructor, Stanford e-Hiroshima
Naomi Funahashi Manager, Reischauer Scholars Program and Teacher Professional Development
Rustin Crandall Administrative Associate
Kim Babiarz Research Scholar, CHP/PCOR