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Identities
Volume 10, Number 1 (Spring 2009)


FEATURE: IDENTITIES

Ethnic Tourism and Ethnic Policies in Tibetan China
Ben Hillman

Negotiating Linguistic Identities under Globalization: Language Use in Contemporary China
Jin Liu and Hongyin Tao

SUBFEATURE: THE US THROUGH ASIA'S EYES

Getting Beyond Business as Usual for US-China Human Rights Policy
Sharon Hom

Strengthening US-China Climate Change and Energy Engagement
Barbara Finamore, Jake Schmidt, Alex Wang, Jingjing Qian, Kevin Mo, and Alvin Lin

REGIONAL FOCUS: AUSTRALIA

Cultural Connections Between Australia and Asian Nations: the Outlook for the Rudd Years
Celeste Lipow MacLeod

Australia After Howard's End
Frank Bongiorno

PERSPECTIVES

Modern Geisha — Deepening as they Fade
Liza Dalby

IN FOCUS

Substate Violence in Southeast Asia: Assessing Progress in Escalating Trends
Thomas M. Sanderson and David A. Gordon

Japan's Political Turmoil in 2008: Background and Implications for the United States
Mark Manyin and Emma Chanlett

Reversing the US Trade Deficit with China
Peter Morici

Chinese Intelligence Collection Operations Against the United States
Ken Schiffer

PHOTOESSAY

A Multifarious China
Yimei Zou