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Governance in Asia
Volume 9, Number 1 (Winter 2007)



FEATURE: GOVERNANCE

Governing Muslims in the Philippines
Thomas M. McKenna
Supplement

External Influences and the 2006 Fiji Military Coup
Richard Herr

Burma Since the March 2002 Coup: Where Does it Fit in a Taxonomy of Failed States?
Andrew Huxley
Supplement

Bare Branches and Security in Asia
Valerie M. Hudson and Andrea M. Den Boer

Democracy on the Rocks: Taiwan's Troubled Political System Since 2000
Dafydd Fell

UN Security Council in Action for Burma?
Inge Brees


SUBFEATURE: SHINZO ABE AND THE FUTURE OF JAPAN

Shinzo Abe and the New Look of Japanese Leadership
Michael Green and Nicholas Szechenyi

The Ordeal of Japan's New-Generation Leader: An Assessment of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Ko Mishima
Supplement


IN FOCUS

China's Real Energy Crisis
Richard Lester and Edward Steinfeld

Global Outsourcing of Services: Issues and Implications
Ramkishen S. Rajan and Sadhana Srivastava
Supplement

Signaling Growth: China's Major Benefit from Staging the Olympics in Beijing 2008
Holger Preuss
Supplement

Wal-Mart in China: Can the World's Largest Retailer Succeed in the World's Most Populous Market?
Gary Gereffi and Ryan Ong
Supplement

America's Strategic Response to China's Military Modernization
Ashton B. Carter and Jennifer C. Bulkeley
Supplement


PHOTO ESSAY

Perspectives on Asia
Jordan G. Lee and Staff


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Chinese Neolithic: Trajectories to Early States, Li Liu
Rod Campbell


PERSPECTIVES

CEPA: Your Shortcut Into China
Margaret Fong