The Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies

The Research Papers

The papers commissioned for the Centre embrace a breadth of issues ranging from comparative cultural studies, assessments of regional economic policies, discussions of ethics and politics, through to reflections on regional strategic postures. Papers have been especially sought after when they develop new perspectives in the area of Asian studies, or East-West dialogue in the context of globalization.

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Documents from 2010

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Primacy of the state in global integration: Successful strategies for gaining state support for global maritime security integration, Jeffrey Decker

Documents from 2007

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Freeing knowledge, telling secrets: Open source intelligence and development, Cody Burke

Documents from 2005

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Rome and Parthia: Power politics and diplomacy across cultural frontiers, R. James Ferguson

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Development of eco-tourism in tribal regions of Orissa: Potential and recommendations, Nilakantha Panigrahi

Documents from 2003

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Mandala: from sacred origins to sovereign affairs in traditional Southeast Asia, Rosita Dellios

Documents from 2002

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Strategic powers in a post-September 11, post-American world: The European Union and China, Heather Field and Rosita Dellios

Documents from 2001

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China and the emerging Eurasian agenda: From special interests to strategic cooperation, R. James Ferguson

Documents from 1999

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China's nuclear environment and the US Theatre Missile Defence Initiative, Mitchell McGuire

Documents from 1997

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Religious liberty as a paradigm for the development of human rights, Alexandra Merrett

Documents from 1996

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Meeting on the road: Cosmopolitan Islamic culture and the politics of Sufism, R. James Ferguson

Documents from 1994

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Chinese strategic culture: Part 1 - The heritage from the past, Rosita Dellios

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Chinese strategic culture: Part 2 – Virtue and power, Rosita Dellios