The Rice Stalks Are Ripening: Asean May Not Be the European Union of Southeast Asia, but It May Hold the Key to the Emergence of China and the Fate of the Tiger Economies Browne, Peter.
New Statesman (1996), Vol. 126, No. 4343, July 18, 1997
Between the Call to Leadership and the Traps of Turbulent History Straddling the Still Volatile Cold-War Fault Lines, Germany Is Trying to Forge a Bolder European Network of Security While Assuaging a Reluctant Public Series: GERMANY READY FOR EUROPE'S MANTLE? Wielding Foreign Clout without Inspiring Fear. If a United Germany Is to Take Its Place among the Most Powerful Nations in the World, the Country Will Have to Reconcile Its Past with Europe's Need for Strong Leadership in Continental Security Matters. Part 5 of Five-Part Series. First of Two Articles Appearing Today Story Justin Burke, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, October 26, 1994