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Technology in Asia
Volume 9, Number 2 (Spring 2008)


FEATURE: TECHNOLOGY

The Calculus of Online Content Regulation in Asia
Stephanie Wang, Robert Faris, and John Palfrey
Supplement

Media, Power, and Protest in China: From the Cultural Revolution to the Internet
Guobin Yang and Craig Calhoun
Supplement

China's Intellectual Property Challenge
Christopher Bailey

India's Future in Space Exploration
K. Kasturirangan and K.R. Sridhara Murthi

India's Space Program - Past, Present, and Future
U.R. Rao

A Space Race with China
Gregory Kulacki

China's Kinetic Energy Anti-Satelllite Test
David Wright
Supplement

Toying with Safety: A Diplomacy of Pointing Fingers and Saving Face in the Name of Consumer Protection
Peter Dean and Thomas Fischer

Nintendo's Power Up: How an oddly-named gizmo rebooted the video game industry
David M. Ewalt

SUBFEATURE: TERRORISM

Cyber-Terrorism: Are We Barking At the Wrong Tree?
Gabriel Weimann
Supplement

The Dark Side of WEB 2.0: Criminals, terrorists, the state and cyber security
Michael Stohl, Paul Myers, and Mary Danis

The North Korean Nuclear Issue: Points to Be Considered at This Juncture
Taisuke Mibae

IN FOCUS

Political Islam in Southeast Asia: One Ummah, Many Narratives
Joseph Chinyong Liow and Rohaiza Ahmad Asi
Supplement

Myanmar: A question mark in Southeast Asia
Sudhir T. Devare
Supplement

Drug Counterfeiting in Asia: The Quality Question
Albert I. Wertheimer and Thomas M. Santella

Nanjing Massacre as Transnational Event and Global Icon
Lu Yan
Supplement

Atrocities, Identity, and Japan's School History: Some Reflections
Peter Cave
Supplement

Reflections on the Nanking Massacre After 70 Years of Denial
Ying-Ying Chang

PERSPECTIVES

Intel in Asia
Craig Barrett