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Thayer Yearly Activities Report 2011

Thayer Yearly Activities Report 2011

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Published by Carlyle Alan Thayer
A summary of major academic activities in 2011 including current positions, major and minior publications, transacripts of media interviews, international conference papers, seminars and other presentations, postgraduate supervision and examination, peer reviews, media interviews and Thayer Consultancy Background Briefings and other activities.
A summary of major academic activities in 2011 including current positions, major and minior publications, transacripts of media interviews, international conference papers, seminars and other presentations, postgraduate supervision and examination, peer reviews, media interviews and Thayer Consultancy Background Briefings and other activities.

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Thayer Activities Report 2011
*Higher Education Research Data Collection (major publication peer reviewed)
Emeritus Professor, The University of New SouthWales at the Australian Defence Force Academy,Canberra (January 2011).
Research Associate, ASEAN Studies Center, School of International Service, American University (March2011-present).Visiting Fellow, Centre of Defence and StrategicStudies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek,ACT (March 2011).Adjunct Global Faculty member, Center of SoutheastAsian Studies, Ohio University (April 2009-present).Member, International Advisory Board,
ContemporarySoutheast Asia
(December 2008-present).
 Major publications
:1. “Cau Truc Quan He Viet Nam-Trung Quoc Giai Doan 1991-2008 [The Structure of Vietnam-China Relations, 1991-2008],” in Vu Minh Giang, et al., eds.,
Viet Nam Hoc KyYeu Hoi Thao Quoc Te Lan Thu Ba
[Viet Nam Studies Proceedings of the 3
 International Conference], Vol. 6,
Viet Nam: Hoi Nhap va Phat Trien
[Viet Nam:Integration and Development]. Hanoi: National University of Hanoi Publishing House,2010. 728-751.*
1 Op Ed,
The Wall Street Journal
 10 International Conference Papers31 Publications (including 10 HERDC)*35 Presentations (Lectures and Seminars)120 Thayer Consultancy
Background Briefs
 295 Media Interviews
22. “China and Southeast Asia: A Shifting Zone of Interaction,” in James Clad, Sean M.McDonald and Bruce Vaughn, eds.,
The Borderlands of Southeast Asia: Geopolitics,Terrorism, and Globalization
. Center for Strategic Research, Institute of NationalStrategic Studies. Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press, 2011. 235-261.3. “China’s Rise and the Passing of U.S. Primacy: Australia Debates Its Future,”Roundtable U.S. Re-engagement in Asia,
 Asia Policy
[National Bureau of AsianResearch], 12, July 2011, 20-26.http://www.nbr.org/Publications/issue.aspx?id=230 4. “China’s New Wave of Aggressive Assertiveness in the South China Sea,”
TheInternational Journal of China Studies
[Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya], 2(3), December 2011, 555-583.5. “Chinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea and Southeast Asian Responses,”
 Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs
, 30(2), 2011, 77-104.6. “The Five Power Defence Arrangements Exercises, 2004-10,” in Ian Storey, Ralf Emmers and Daljit Singh, eds.,
 Five Power Arrangements at Forty
, Singapore: Instituteof Southeast Asian Studies, 2011. 51-67.7. “Military Politics in Contemporary Vietnam: PoliticalEngagement, Corporate Interests and Professionalism,”Marcus Mietzner. ed.,
The Political Resurgence of the Military in Southeast Asia: Conflict and Leadership.
Londonand New York: Routledge, 2011. 63-84.8. “Political Legitimacy in Vietnam Under Challenge,” in JohnKane, Hui Chieh Loy and Haig Patapan, eds.,
PoliticalLegitimacy in Asia: New Leadership Challenges
. New York:Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 39-59.
9. “
Political Terrorism in Southeast Asia
in Joseph Liow andNadirshyah Hosen, eds.,
Islam in Southeast Asia: CriticalConcepts in Islamic Studies
, Vol. 4,
The Myth of the Second Front: Muslim Southeast Asia and the ‘War on Terror’ 
.London: Routledge, 2010. 149-157.*10. “Recent Developments in the South China Sea: Grounds for Cautious Optimism,” inTran Truong Thuy, ed.,
The South China Sea: Towards a Region of Peace, Security andCooperation
. Hanoi: The Gioi Publishers, 2011. 117-140.11. ”The Rise of China and India: Challenging or Reinforcing Southeast Asia’sAutonomy?,” in Ashley J. Tellis, Travis Tanner and Jessica Keough, eds.,
Strategic Asia2011-12: Asia Responds to its Rising Powers—China and India.
Seattle: NationalBureau of Asian Research, 2011. 313-346.12. “The Tyranny of Geography: Vietnamese Strategies to Constrain China in the SouthChina Sea,”
Contemporary Southeast Asia
, 33(3), December 2011, 348-369.
313. “The United States, China and Southeast Asia,” in Daljit Singh ed.,
Southeast Asian Affairs 2011
. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2011. 16-25.14. “Vietnam,” in Daniel Moran, ed.,
Climate Change and National Security: ACountry-Level Analysis
. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2011. 27-41.15. “Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed.,
Encyclopaedia Britannica 2011 Book of the Year 
.Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2011. 490-491.16. “Vietnam’s Relations with China and the United States,” in
 Ky Yeu Hoi Thao QuocTe
Vai Tro Cua Viet Nam Trong Khu Vuc Chau A-Thai Binh Duong 
(Proceedings of International Workshop on The Role of Vietnam in the Asia-Pacific), co-sponsored byRosa Luxemburg Stiftung and Khoa Quoc Te Hoc (Faculty of International Studies),Truong Dai Hoc Khoa Hoc Xa Hoi va Nhan Van (Social Sciences and HumanitiesUniversity), Dai Hoc Quoc Gia Ha Noi (National University of Vietnam Hanoi). Hanoi:Nha Xuat Ban The Gioi (The World Publishing House), 2011. 7-66.
 Minor publications:
1. “Aggressive Assertiveness: Beijing Ratchets Up Pressure in South China Sea,” Op Ed,
Defense News
, June 12, 2011, online edition.2. Book Review, Brantly Womack,
China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry (
NewYork: Cambridge University Press, 2006) in
 Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
, 42(2), June 2011, 352-354.3. “Conclusion: China’s New Wave of Aggressive Assertiveness in the South ChinaSea,” Perspective,
The Nelson
, June 21, 2011.www.samuelsinternational.com. 4. “Climate Change and Its Impact on Southeast Asian Security,”
 Asian Currents
[AsianStudies Association of Australia], February 2011, 10-11.5. “Leadership Change in Vietnam,”
 ASEAN Monthly Commentary
[Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia and Department of Foreign Affairsand Trade, Republic of Korea], vol. 2 (February 2011) 3-4.6. “Recent Naval Exercises in the South China Sea,”
SAGE International Australia
, July6, 2011.http://sageinternational.com.au/details.php?prodId=78&category=&secondary=&keywords=7. “Russia-Vietnam Relations,” Global Insider,
Politics Review
, June, 8, 2011.http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/trend-lines/9099/global-insider-russia-vietnam-relations 8. “South China Sea: ASEAN and China,”
East Asia Forum
, July 14, 2011.http://www.eastasiaforum.org/ 9. “The South China Sea: China’s ‘Indisputable Sovereignty’ Versus America’s ‘NationalInterest’,”
China-U.S. Focus
, June 23, 2011.

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