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The war on terrorism has not eclipsed East Asia's importance to the United States. America's interests in Asia are many and include trade and economic policies, alliances, and democratic reforms; but assuring peace in that region is the most important.

2002 HERITAGE STUDIES

U.S. Policy in Central Asia and the War on Terrorism by B. Lynn Pascoe
August 30, 2002 (WebMemo #140)

Helping Sri Lanka Secure a New Beginning by Dana Robert Dillon
August 30, 2002 (Executive Memorandum #830)

Promoting a Collective Response to Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Dana Robert Dillon and Paolo Pasicolan
July 22, 2002 (Executive Memorandum #825)

Responding to the Indo-Pakistani Crisis by James Phillips, Jack Spencer, Dexter Ingram, and Dana R. Dillon
June 20, 2002 (Backgrounder #1562)

Overcoming the Stalemate on the Korean Peninsula by Balbina Hwang
June 13, 2002 (Heritage Lecture #750)

Military Engagement with Indonesia in the War on Terrorism by Dana Robert Dillon
June 12, 2002 (Executive Memorandum #818)

Japan's Emergency Legislation and the War on Terrorism by The Honorable Fukushiro Nukaga
June 10, 2002 (Heritage Lecture #749)

Strengthening the U.S.-Philippine Alliance for Fighting Terrorism by Paolo Pasicolan
May 13, 2002 (Executive Memorandum #815)

U.S.-Malaysia Defense Cooperation: A Solid Success Story by The Honorable Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak
May 3, 2002 (Heritage Lecture #742)

Stating America's Case to China's Hu Jintao: A Primer on U.S.-China-Taiwan Policy by John Tkacik, Jr.
April 26, 2002 (Backgrounder #1541)

Who's Hu? Assessing China's Heir Apparent, Hu Jintao by John Tkacik, Joseph Fewsmith, and Maryanne Kivlehan
April 19, 2002 (Heritage Lecture #739)

A Progress Report on the Philippines: The Balikatan Exercises, the Abu Sayyaf, and Al-Qaeda by Ambassador Albert del Rosario
March 27, 2002 (Heritage Lecture #738)

Addressing the Looming Financial Crisis in Japan by Balbina Y. Hwang and Brett D. Schaefer
March 26, 2002 (Backgrounder #1530)

The U.S., China, and the Future of East Asia by The Honorable Henry J. Hyde
March 8, 2002 (WebMemo #84)

Korea at the Crossroads: The Challenges Ahead by Lee Hoi-chang
February 1, 2002 (Heritage Lecture #728)

The United States Should Encourage India and Pakistan to Disengage by Dana R. Dillon and John J. Tkacik
January 25, 2002 (Executive Memorandum #799)

Korea at the Crossroads: The Challenges Ahead by Lee Hoi-chang
January 24, 2002 (WebMemo #71)



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Experts:
Larry Wortzel
Director, Asian Studies Center

Harvey Feldman
Senior Fellow, Asian Studies Center

Dana Dillon
Senior Policy Analyst, Asian Studies Center

Balbina Hwang
Policy Analyst, Asian Studies Center

John Tkacik
Research Fellow in China Policy

Kim Holmes
Vice President and Director, The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies

Gerald O’Driscoll
Senior Fellow in Economic Policy and Director, Center for International Trade and Economics (CITE)

Jim Phillips
Research Fellow

Paolo Pasicolan
Policy Analyst, Asian Studies Center

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