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Asia Policy is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal presenting policy-relevant academic research on the Asia-Pacific that draws clear and concise conclusions useful to today’s policymakers. All Asia Policy content is free for 60 days after publication. Book Review Roundtables, Book Reviews, and Policy Q&As are always free.

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Mark W. Frazier

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Asia Policy 2 (July 2006)

The second issue of NBR’s new peer-reviewed journal, Asia Policy, includes essays on North Korean security policy, the politics of standards setting in China, religious violence in Thailand, and making peace in the Taiwan Strait.

Table of Contents

Special Roundtables
Special Roundtable: What If? Economic Implications of a Fundamental Shift in North Korean Security Policy
Nicholas Eberstadt, Richard J. Ellings, Bradley Babson and Marcus Noland

Articles
The Political Economy of Standards Coalitions: Explaining China’s Involvement in High-Tech Standards Wars
Scott Kennedy

The PRC’s Evolving Standards System: Institutions and Strategy
Chaoyi Zhao and John M. Graham

International Jihad and Muslim Radicalism in Thailand? Toward an Alternative Interpretation
Joseph Chinyong Liow

Book Review Roundtable
Richard C. Bush’s Untying the Knot: Making Peace in the Taiwan Strait
Allen Carlson, Derek Mitchell, Lyle Goldstein, Dan Blumenthal, Mark Williams, Steven M. Goldstein and Richard C. Bush