The Unraveling of Island Asia? Governmental, Communal, and Regional Instability

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BRUCE VAUGHN is currently both the Senior Defense Analyst with the Embassy of Australia in Washington, DC, and an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Centre for Australian and New Zealand Studies at Georgetown University. He has published articles on Asia Pacific security in Intelligence and National Security, Central Asian Survey, the Indian Ocean Review, Strategic Analysis, and the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre Working Papers series. He has also contributed chapters on Australian and New Zealand security to the Asian Security Handbook. Vaughn worked on foreign and defense policy issues for the US Senate Democratic Policy Committee, the US Senate Treaty Review Support Office, and the US Senate Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance to Iran and the Nicaraguan Opposition.

HENRY S. ALBINSKI is Visiting Professor of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney and Emeritus Professor of Political Science and of Australian and New Zealand Studies at Pennsylvania State University. His professional interests, and substantial publications, have focused on Australian foreign and defense policy, Australian politics and Australian studies as well as on New Zealand, Canada, Pacific Basin affairs, and the United States in the Asia-Pacific context. He has

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