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Thayer Activities Report for 2012
 Emeritus Professor, The University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra (January 2011-)  Director, Thayer Consultancy, (2002-present)

 Adjunct Global Faculty member, Center of Southeast Asian Studies, Ohio University (April 2009present)  Member, International Advisory Board, Contemporary Southeast Asia (December 2008-present)

Table of Contents
Publications ...................................................................................................................................3 Major Publications ............................................................................................................................... 3 Minor Publications ............................................................................................................................... 4 Transcripts of Interviews ...................................................................................................................... 6 Publications Completed (In Press) ....................................................................................................... 8 Publications (In Progress) ..................................................................................................................... 8 Conference Papers .........................................................................................................................9 Academic and Other Presentations ................................................................................................ 12 Manuscripts Reviewed .................................................................................................................. 13 Peer Reviews ...................................................................................................................................... 14 Higher Degree Examination ........................................................................................................... 14 Higher Degree Supervision ............................................................................................................ 14 Other – Strategic Assessment Paper .................................................................................................. 15 Other – Strategic Policy Paper............................................................................................................ 15 Other – Visiting Fellow Essay ............................................................................................................. 15 Thayer Consultancy ...................................................................................................................... 16 Consultancies ..................................................................................................................................... 16 Consultations...................................................................................................................................... 16 Consultancy Reports .......................................................................................................................... 18 Background Briefs .............................................................................................................................. 18 Other Activities ............................................................................................................................ 27 Media Interviews.......................................................................................................................... 27

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Highlights
2 Op Eds, Global Times (Beijing) 12 Major Academic Publications 19 International Conference Papers 20 Presentations (Lectures and Seminars) 26 full-length Published Interviews 34 Other Publications 218 Thayer Consultancy Background Briefs 426 Media Interviews (19 live TV appearances)

1. Professor Thayer addresses questions to Secretary General Nguyen Phu Trong at the headquarters of the Vietnam Communist Party, Hanoi, November 27, 2012

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Publications
Major Publications The Apparatus of Authoritarian Rule in Viet Nam, SEARC Working Paper Series No. 118, Hong Kong: Southeast Asia Research Centre, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, January 2012. 42pp. "ASEAN’s Code of Conduct in the South China Sea: A Litmus Test for CommunityBuilding?," The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 10, Issue 34, No. 4, August 20, 2012, 1-23. “Ban ve Quan He giua Cam-pu-chia va My” (On Cambodia-United States Relations), Nghien Cuu Quoc Te [Hanoi: Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam], 2(89), June 2012, 95-110. “Cambodia and Vietnam: Good Fences Make Good Neighbours,” in Pou Sothirak, Geoffrey Wade and Mark Hong, eds., Cambodia: Progress and Challenges Since 1991. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012. 62-77. “Cambodia-United States Relations,” in Pou Sothirak, Geoffrey Wade and Mark Hong, eds., Cambodia: Progress and Challenges Since 1991. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012. 96-107. “The Five Power Defence Arrangements at Forty (1971-2011),” Southeast Asian Affairs 2012, edited by Daljit Singh and Pushpa Thambipillai. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012. 61-72. “The Rise of China and Maritime Security in Southeast Asia,” IDE-JETRO. Tokyo: Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization, 2012. http://www.ide.go.jp/Japanese/Publish/Download/Seisaku/120208.html “Security Cooperation in the South China Sea: An Assessment of Recent Trends,” in The South China Sea Reader, National Security Review special edition, Papers and Proceedings of the Manila Conference on the South China Sea: Toward A Region of Peace, Cooperation and Progress, July 5-6, 2011, Manila, Philippines. Manila: National Defense College of the Philippines, Foreign Service Institute and Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, 2011. 13-40. “Strategic Relations in Asia: An Overview,” International Studies [Hanoi: Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam]. No. 26, July 2012, 65-90. “Viet Nam Tren Con Duong Hoi Nhap Toan Cau: Thuc Day Quan He Doi Tac Chien Luoc Thong Qua Hop Tac An Ninh Quoc Te,” in Viet Nam Tren Duong Hoi Nhap va Phat Trien Ben Vung, Hoi Thao Quoc Te Viet Nam Hoc Lan Thu IV. Hanoi: Viet Khoa Hoc Xa Hoi Viet Nam and Dai Hoc Quoc Gia Ha Noi, 2012. 197-205. “Vietnam,” in Joel Krieger, editor-in-chief, The Oxford Companion to Comparative Politics. 2 Volumes. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. Vol. 2, 468-470. “Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2012 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2012. 490-491.

4 “Vietnam On the Road to Global Integration: Forging Strategic Partnerships Through International Security Cooperation,” in Vietnam on the Road to Integration and Sustainable Development, The Fourth International Conference on Vietnamese Studies. Hanoi: Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences and Vietnam National University, 2012. 206-214. Minor Publications “Aggressive Assertiveness: Beijing Ratchets Up Pressure in South China Sea,” Defense News, January 18, 2012. http://www.defensenews.com/article/20120118/DEFFEAT05/201180306/AggressiveAssertiveness?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p “The China-Philippines Face Off at Scarborough Shoal: Back to Square One?,” eInternational Relations, April 26, 2012. http://www.e-ir.info/2012/04/26/the-chinaphilippines-face-off-at-scarborough-shoal-back-to-square-one/ “Code of Conduct in the South China Sea Undermined by ASEAN Disarray,” U.S. Naval Institute, July 19, 2012. http://news.usni.org/news-analysis/news/codeconduct-south-china-sea-undermined-asean-disarray Collateral Damage: Sino-Soviet Rivalry and the Termination of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance by Nicholas Khoo (New York: Columbia University Press, 2012), Review by Carlyle A. Thayer, H-Diplo Roundtable Reviews, 13(4), January 2012, 15-18. http://www.hnet.org/~diplo/roundtables/PDF/Roundtable-XIII-14.pdf “Diplomatic Currents Running Strong in the South China Sea,” East Asia Forum, April 4, 2012. http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2012/04/04/diplomatic-currents-running-strong-inthe-south-china-sea/ “Hanoi and the Pentagon: A Budding Courtship,” U.S. Naval Institute, June 11, 2012. http://news.usni.org/news-analysis/hanoi-and-pentagon-budding-courtship “Is the Philippines an Orphan?,” The Diplomat, May 2, 2012. http://thediplomat.com/2012/05/02/is-the-philippines-an-orphan/ “Staking claims in the South China Sea,” The Security Times [Times Media], Supplement for Munich Security Conference, September 2012, 14. “The Shangri-La Dialogue 2012,” e-International Relations, http://www.e-ir.info/2012/06/12/the-shangri-la-dialogue-2012/. June 12, 2012.

“Standoff at Scarborough Shoal: Implications for US-China Relations,” China-US Focus, May 9, 2012. http://www.chinausfocus.com/print/?id=15784

5 “Standoff in the South China Sea: Scarborough Shoal standoff reveals blunt edge of China’s peaceful rise,” Yale Global Online, June 12, 2012. http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/content/standoff-south-china-sea “Nhung gi dang sau vu Vinalines,” BBC Vietnamese, May 23, 2012. http://www.bbc.co.uk/vietnamese/vietnam/2012/05/120523_thayer_vn_politics.sht ml “Mục đích chuyến thăm Việt Nam của bộ trưởng Quốc phòng Mỹ,” Radio France Internationale, May 25, 2012. http://www.viet.rfi.fr/viet-nam/20120525-muc-dichchuyen-tham-viet-nam-cua-bo-truong-quoc-phong-my “Myanmar: Lifting Sanctions Is More Difficult Than Imposing Sanctions,” AFG Venture Dispatches, June 2012. http://www.afgventuregroup.com/dispatches/afg-venturegroup-newsletter/myanmar-lifting-the-sanctions-is-more-difficult-than-imposingsanctions-carlyle-a-thayer-emeritus-professor-the-university-of-new-south-wales-at-theaustralian-defence-force-academy-canberra/ “Vietnam looking to play pivotal role with both China and US,” Asian Review, The Global Times (Beijing), July 25, 2012, 13. “Behind the scenes of ASEAN’s Breakdown,” Asia Times Online, July 27, 2012. http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/NG27Ae03.html. “Behind the scenes of ASEAN’s Breakdown,” Asia Policy Blog, cogitASIA [Center for Strategic & International Studies, Washington, D.C.], July 26, 2012. http://cogitasia.com/behind-the-scenes-of-aseans-breakdown/ “Reader Riposte: South China Sea and ASEAN,” The Interpreter, July 31, 2012. http://www.lowyinterpreter.org/post/2012/07/31/South-China-Sea-let-ASEANwork-it-out.aspx?p=true “Việt Nam: Biểu tình trong quá khứ và hiện tại,” Ba Sàm, July 26, 2012. http://anhbasam.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/bieu-tinh-trong-qua-khu-va-hien-tai-ovn/ “Russian Subs in Vietnam,” U.S. Naval Institute, August 21, 2012. http://news.usni.org/news-analysis/news/russian-subs-vietnam “Tầu ngầm Nga tại Việt Nam,” Radio France Internationale, August 22, 2012. http://www.viet.rfi.fr/viet-nam/20120822-tau-ngam-nga-tai-viet-nam “Ham đ i tau ngâm Viêt Nam,” BBC Vietnamese Service, August 25, 2012. http://www.bbc.co.uk/vietnamese/vietnam/2012/08/120825_viet_submarines.shtml

6 “Vietnam’s regional growth tied to renewed Russian relations,” Asian Review, Global Times (Beijing), September 25, 2012, 13. “Vietnam’s regional growth tied to renewed Russian relations,” The Nelson Report, September 28, 2012. “The Russia-Vietnam Comprehensive Partnership,” East Asia Forum, October 9, 2012. http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2012/10/09/the-russia-vietnam-comprehensivepartnership/ “The Senkaku Islands Dispute: Risk to U.S. Rebalancing in the Asia-Pacific?,” U.S. Naval Institute, October 16, 2012. http://news.usni.org/news-analysis/news/senkakuislands-dispute-risk-us-rebalancing-asia-pacific “Vietnam’s Anti-Climatic Showdown at the Sixth Party Plenum, “ Asia Policy Blog, cogitASIA [Center for Strategic & International Studies], October 23, 2012. http://cogitasia.com/vietnams-anti-climatic-showdown-at-the-sixth-party-plenum/ Transcripts of Interviews “Quan hệ Mỹ - Trung sẽ theo kiểu 'ăn miếng, trả miếng',” Bao Dat Viet, January 14, 2012, 9-10. http://quocphong.baodatviet.vn/Home/QPCN/Quan-he-My--Trung-setheo-kieu-an-mieng-tra-mieng/20121/187886.datviet “'Không quá nóng, không quá lạnh',” Bao Dat Viet, March 21, http://quocphong.baodatviet.vn/Home/QPCN/Khong-qua-nong-khong-qualanh/20123/199064.datviet “Diplomatic Alignment,” Vietnam Economic Times, April 2012, 10-11. “Trung Quốc muốn Philippines phải nhường bước,” Dat Viet Online, May 17, 2012. http://quocphong.baodatviet.vn/home/qpcn/trung-quoc-muon-philippines-phainhuong-buoc/20125/210612.datviet “Việt - Mỹ trong bối cảnh biển Đ ng căng thẳng,” Bao Dat Viet, June 4, 2012. http://baodatviet.vn/Home/QPCN/Viet--My-trong-boi-canh-bien-Dong-cangthang/20126/214512.datviet “Đối thoại để hiểu đúng về biển Đ ng,” Nguoi Lao Dong Online, June 2, 2012. http://nld.com.vn/20120602114130258p0c1002/doi-thoai-de-hieu-dung-ve-biendong.htm “Quan hệ Mỹ-Việt và chuyến đi Việt Nam của Bộ trưởng Quốc Phòng Mỹ,” Voice of America, Vietnamese Language Service, Washington, D.C., June 14, 2012. http://www.voatiengviet.com/content/quan-he-my-viet-va-chuyen-di-vietnam-cuabo-truong-quoc-phong-my/1211201.html 2012.

7 “Luật Biển giúp Việt Nam tranh thủ hậu thuẫn quốc tế về Biển Đông,” Radio France Internationale, July 2, 2012. http://www.viet.rfi.fr/viet-nam/20120702-luat-bien-congcu-giup-viet-nam-tranh-thu-hau-thuan-quoc-te-tren-van-de-bien-dong “China and Vietnam – An Unsteady Modus Vivendi?,” ISN Podcast, International Relations and Security Network, Zurich, July 6, 2012. http://www.isn.ethz.ch/isn/Digital-Library/Podcasts “Vietnam Seeks U.S. Equipment to Close Military Gaps,” Global Insider, World Politics Review. July 6, 2012. http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/trend-lines/12136/globalinsider-vietnam-seeks-u-s-equipment-to-close-military-gaps “Cam Bốt bị tố cáo chiều ý Trung Quốc để phá hoại ASEAN,” Radio France Internationale, July 14, 2012. http://www.viet.rfi.fr/chau-a/20120714-cam-bot-bi-tocao-chieu-y-trung-quoc-de-pha-hoai-asean “Asean to Integrate ‘Warts and All,’ While Vietnam Faces Instability Over Land,” Thayer Says,” Bloomberg Brief, Economics Asia, One on One, July 20, 2012. “Sự thực về thất bại của Hội nghị Ngoại trưởng ASEAN lần thứ 45,” Radio France International, July 27, 2012. http://www.viet.rfi.fr/viet-nam/20120727-su-thuc-ve-thatbai-cua-hoi-nghi-ngoai-truong-asean-lan-thu-45 “Put to the Test,” Vietnam Economic Times, August 2012, 10-11. “Việt Nam có thể trở thành một trục xoay?,” Radio Free Asia, August 4, 2012. http://www1.vietinfo.cz/cung-suy-ngam/viet-nam-co-the-tro-thanh-mot-trucxoay.html “'Mỹ đang ngăn Trung Quốc hành động bừa bãi',” Dat Viet, August 7, 2012. http://quocphong.baodatviet.vn/Home/QPCN/My-dang-ngan-Trung-Quoc-hanhdong-bua-bai/20128 “Gây chiến, uy tín của Trung Quốc sẽ trượt dốc,” Dan Tri, August 8, 2012. http://dantri.com.vn/c36/s36-627645/gay-chien-uy-tin-cua-trung-quoc-se-truotdoc.htm “Biển Đ ng hay chuyện sắp ghế?,” Tuan Viet Nam, August 8, 2012. http://vietnamnet.vn/vn/chinh-tri/tuanvietnam/83777/bien-dong-hay-chuyen-sapghe-.html “Leo thang Biển Đ ng: Chuyển lửa ra bên ngoài?,” Dan Tri, August 9, 2012. http://dantri.com.vn/c36/s36-628145/leo-thang-bien-dong-chuyen-lua-ra-benngoai.htm “Để Trung Quốc hết 'bắt nạt láng giềng',” VietNamNet, August 9, 2012. http://dantri.com.vn/c36/s36-628877/de-trung-quoc-het-bat-nat-lang-gieng.htm

8 “Để Trung Quốc hết 'bắt nạt láng giềng',” Dan Tri, August 11, 2012. http://vietnamnet.vn/vn/chinh-tri/tuanvietnam/83833/de-trung-quoc-het--bat-natlang-gieng-.html “Trung Quốc sẽ bị cô lập nếu bất hợp tác về Biển Đ ng,” VNExpress, August 17, 2012. http://vnexpress.net/gl/the-gioi/phan-tich/2012/08/trung-quoc-se-bi-co-lap-neu-bathop-tac-ve-bien-dong/ “Đảng mở chiến dịch tự phê để làm gì?,” BBC Vietnamese Service, August 17, 2012. http://www.bbc.co.uk/vietnamese/vietnam/2012/08/120817_thayer_criticism_analys is.shtml “Giáo Sư Carl Thayer Nói Về Tương Lai Việt Nam Và Chính Sách Châu Á Của Mỹ,” Dai Tieng Noi Hoa Ky (Voice of America), August 20, 2012. http://www.voatiengviet.com/articleprintview/1491791.html. Publications Completed (In Press) “The Expanding Roles of the Vietnam People’s Army, 1975-2002,” in Gilles de Gantès and Tobias Rettig, eds., Armées et sociétés en Asie de Sud-Est XIXe-Xxe. Paris: Éditions Les Indes Savantes. 455-470. “Positioning ASEAN between Global Powers,” in Regional Outlook Forum 2012, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. “Sovereignty Disputes in the South China Sea: Diplomacy, Legal Regimes and Realpolitik,” in Vladimir Kolotov ed., Proceedings of the International Conference on Topical Regional Security Issues in East Asia. St. Petersburg: Faculty of Asian and African Studies and the Ho Chi Minh Institute, St. Petersburg State University. “The United States and the Challenge of Non-Traditional Security Issues in Southeast Asia,” in K. S. Nathan, ed., The United States and the New Asia: Towards Partnership and Multilateral Engagement in the 21st Century. “Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2013 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2013. “Vietnam’s Security Outlook,” in Security Outlook of the Asia-Pacific Countries and Its Implications for the Defense Sector. The NIDS International Workshop on Asia Pacific Security, NIDS Joint Research Series. Tokyo: The National Institute for Defense Studies, 2012. Publications (In Progress) “The Apparatus of Authoritarian Rule in Viet Nam,” in Jonathan London, ed., Politics in Contemporary Viet Nam: Party, State, and Authority Relations. London: Palgrave, 2013. “ASEAN, Southeast Asian Nations and the Future Role of the United States,” in FransPaul vander Putten and Elena Atanassova-Cornelis, eds., Changing Security Dynamics in East Asia.

9 “China-ASEAN and the South China Sea: Chinese Assertiveness and Southeast Asian Responses,” in Song Yann-huei, ed., Major Powers and Policy Issues in the South China Sea: European and American Perspectives. Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies and Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies, Academia Sinica, 2012. “China’s Influence in Vietnam,” in John Ciorciari and Evelyn Goh, eds., China’s Influence in Developing Asia. “East Asia Territorial Disputes,” The Security Times [Munich Security Conference[, January 2013. “Navigating the Currents of Legal Regimes and Realpolitik in East Asia’s Maritime Domain,” in Wu Shicu and Nong Hong, eds., Charting a Cooperative Mechanism for the Safety of Navigation in the East Sea. Heikou: National Institute of South China Sea Studies, 2012. “The South China Sea Disputes and Their Impact on the Security Environment of Southeast Asia: What Lies Ahead?” in Ian Storey, ed, The Political and Security Implications of the South China Sea Dispute. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. “Vietnam: Defence Policy and Capabilities,” The Military Balance 2013. London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2013. “Vietnam and Peacekeeping Operations,” in Chiyuki Aoi and Heng Yee Kuang, eds., Peace Support/Stability Operations and Asia-Pacific Nations. “Vietnam: Strategic Posture Review,” World Politics Review, January 2013 “Will the Guidelines to Implement the DOC Lessen Tensions in the South China Sea? An Assessment of Developments Before and After Their Adoption,” in Tran Truong Thuy, ed., The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on the South China Sea.

Conference Papers
“Positioning ASEAN between Global Powers,” Presentation to the 14th Regional Outlook Forum, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Shangri-la Hotel, Singapore, January 5, 2012. “The South China Sea Disputes and Their Impact on the Security Environment of Southeast Asia: What Lies Ahead?”, Presentation to the International Conference on the Political and Security Implications of the South China Sea Dispute,” co-sponsored by the Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies and the East-West Center, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, January 12-13, 2012. “Vietnam’s Security Outlook,” Presentation to International Workshop on Asia-Pacific Security, National Institute for Defense Studies, Tokyo, Japan, January 17-18, 2012.

10 “Strategic Relations in Asia: An Overview,” Presentation to 4th East Asia Security Outlook Seminar, Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Ministry of Defence, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam, February 2, 2012. "The Rise of China and Maritime Security in South East Asia," Presentation to 11th IDE Forum, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) Headquarters, Ark Building, Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan, February 9, 2012. “Political Role of the Vietnam People’s Army: Corporate Interests and Military Professionalism,” Paper delivered to Panel on Understanding Vietnamese Politics, New Approaches and Issues from the Field, Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, Canada, March 15-18, 2012 (in absentia). “Efforts to Ensure Maritime Security,” Presentation to 2nd Tokyo Defense Forum Seminar, organized by the Ministry of Defense, Galaxy Hotel, Chinzan-so, Tokyo, Japan, March 16, 2012. “Do Confidence Building Measures Really Address the Major Challenges to Maritime Security?,” Presentation to Panel IV: Maritime Confidence Building and Preventive Diplomacy, Joint Meeting of the 36th Australia Council for Security Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific (AUS CSCAP) Meeting and ANU Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security (ANU-CEPS) Maritime Expert Networks Meeting, The Common Room, University House, The Australian National University, Canberra, March 22-23, 2012. “Cambodia-Vietnam Relations: Good Fences Make Good Neighbours,” Paper to International Conference on Cambodia: Progress and Challenges since the Paris Peace Agreement of 1991, convened by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Traders Hotel, Singapore; March 29-30, 2012. “Cambodia-United States Relations,” Paper to International Conference on Cambodia: Progress and Challenges since the Paris Peace Agreement of 1991, convened by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Traders Hotel, Singapore; March 29-30, 2012. “Sovereignty Disputes in the South China Sea: Diplomacy, Legal Regimes and Realpolitik,” Paper to International Conference on Topical Regional Security Issues in East Asia, co-sponsored by the Faculty of Asian and African Studies and the Ho Chi Minh Institute, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, April 6-7, 2012. “Enhancing Transparency? U.S.-China Military-to-Military Contacts and Strategic Dialogues,” Paper to International Conference on The U.S. and China in Regional Security: Implications for Asia and Europe, co-sponsored by Stiftung Wissenshaft und Politik and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany, June 18-19, 2012. “From Aggressive Assertiveness to All Quiet on the East Sea Front: The South China Sea as an Issue in China-

11 Vietnam Relations,” Paper to Conference on The South China Sea and Asia Pacific in Transition: Exploring Options for Managing Disputes,” sponsored by the Center for Strategic & International Studies, Washington, D.C., June 27-28, 2012. “The Contrasting Cases of Cambodia and Vietnam: Active Engagement and Considering Engagement in United Nations Peace Support Operations,” Paper to International Conference on Peace Stability Operations in Asia-Pacific Project, Lee Kuan Yew School, National University of Singapore, July 20, 2012 “A New Wave of Chinese Assertiveness: Roping off Scarborough Shoal, Oil Leases in Vietnam’s EEZ, Military Garrison on Land and Fishing Armada at Sea,” Paper presented to the 2nd MIMA South China Sea Conference on Geo-Strategic Developments and Prospects for Disputes Management, sponsored by the Malaysian Institute of Maritime Studies, Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September 45, 2012. “Vietnam and the United States: Convergence but not Congruence of Strategic Interests in the South China Sea,” Keynote Address to The Fourth Engaging With Vietnam – An Interdisciplinary Dialogue Conference, Australian Night, co-sponsored by the Australian Consulate General, Monash University, and the East-West Center, Wailana Room, The Hawai’i Imin International Conference Center, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A., November 8-9, 2012. "Deference/Defiance: Southeast Asia, China, and the South China Sea," Paper to the workshop The Deer and the Dragon: Southeast Asia and China in the 21st Century, cosponsored by Southeast Asia Forum, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University and the China Programme, Institute of Defence and Security Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, November 15-16, 2012. “China’s Naval Modernization and U.S. Strategic Rebalancing: Implications for Stability in the South China Sea,” Paper to The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development, 4th International Workshop on the South China Sea, co-sponsored by the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and the Vietnam Lawyers’ Association, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, November 18-21, 2012. “Vietnam on the Road to Global Integration: Forging Strategic Partnerships Through International Security Cooperation,” Keynote Paper to the Opening Plenary Session, 4th International Vietnamese Studies Conference, co-sponsored by the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences and Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam, November 26-30, 2012. “Can the Centre Hold? ASEAN in the Midst of China-United States Strategic Rivalry,” Paper to China in Transition, The Asan China Forum 2012, sponsored by The Asan Institute for Policy Studies, The Westin Chosun Hotel, Seoul, South Korea, December 11-12, 2012.

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Academic and Other Presentations
"Field Work in South East Asia and Southeast Asian Studies," Seminar presentation to Southeast Asia specialists, Institute of Developing Economies, Tokyo, February 7, 2012. "The Rise of China and Maritime Security in South East Asia," Presentation to IDE Policy Seminar, Research Project on The Rise of China and India and the Implications for East Asia, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Tokyo, February 8, 2012. “The Rise of China and the New U.S. Defence Strategy: What Role for Small Powers?,” Briefing to the Vietnam Centre for International Study and Cooperation delegation, Canberra, A.C.T., February 21, 2012. “The Declaration on Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea and the Code of Conduct for the South China Sea,” Briefing for Senior Lt. General Nguyen Chi Vinh and Ministry of National Defence delegation, Department of Defence, Russell Offices 1, Canberra, A.C.T., February 22, 2012. “What is the Asia-Pacific?” Presentation to Defence and Strategic Studies Course, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, March 5, 2012. “Pre-Colonial Influences in Asia ,” Presentation to Defence and Strategic Studies Course, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, March 5, 2012. Nationalism and the Asia-Pacific: Southeast Asia,” Presentation to Defence and Strategic Studies Course, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, March 7, 2012. “Asia-Pacific Region Wrap Up,” Presentation to Defence and Strategic Studies Course, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, March 9, 2012. “Viet Nam Brief: Overview of the Government and Political System,” Presentation to Australian Political Exchange Council 16th Delegation to Vietnam, Hotel Ream, Canberra, March 23, 2012. “Vietnam: Security and Prospects,” Presentation to Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, May 15, 2012. “Cambodia: Strategic Situation and Future Prospects,” Presentation to Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, May 16, 2012. “Vietnam,” South China Sea Series II, Research Outreach Office, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D. C., June 26, 2012. “Introduction to the South China Sea Dispute,” Presentation to Grand Strategies in the Asia-Pacific, Graduate Studies in Strategy & Defence, Strategic and Defence Studies

13 Centre, School of International, Political and Strategic Studies,, ANU College of the Asia & the Pacific, The Australian National University, Canberra, September 26, 2012. “The United States and the South China Sea,” Presentation to Grand Strategies in the Asia-Pacific, Graduate Studies in Strategy & Defence, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, School of International, Political and Strategic Studies,, ANU College of the Asia & the Pacific, The Australian National University, Canberra, September 26, 2012. “The Regional Security Environment: South-East Asia,” Presentation to the National Security Senior Executive Development Program, ANU National Security College, The Australian National University, Canberra, November 7, 2012. “The South China Sea’s Contested and Congested Waters,” Presentation to Round Table, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 9, 2012. “United States-Vietnam-China Relations and the South China Sea,” Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Hanoi, Vietnam, November 23, 2012. “China’s 18th Party Congress: Implications for Sino-Vietnamese Relations and the South China Sea,” Trung tâm nghiên cứu Trung Quốc (Institute of Chinese Studies), Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Hanoi, Vietnam, November 23, 2012. Moderator, Panel 1: The South China Sea in Transition: Geopolitics, The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development, 4th International Workshop on the South China Sea, co-organized by the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and the Vietnam Lawyers’ Association, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, November 18-21, 2012. Rapporteur, Panel 10: Wrap-Up and Policy Recommendations, The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development, 4th International Workshop on the South China Sea, co-organized by the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and the Vietnam Lawyers’ Association, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, November 18-21, 2012.

Manuscripts Reviewed
John Blaxland, Asia Pacific Security: An Overview of Australian Perspectives, National Bureau of Asian Research. International Crisis Group, Stirring Up the South China Sea (I), Asia Program Report, 2012. April 2012. International Crisis Group, Stirring Up the South China Sea (II), Asia Program Report, July 5, 2012. Sebastian Strangio, Hun Sen’s Cambodia. London: Yale University Press. April 11, 2012. Alexander L. Vuving, “The Party’s Soldier: The Military and the State in Vietnam,” Paper for the Workshop on Civil-Military Relations, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, September 15-16, 2011.

14 Alexander L. Vuving, “Vietnam between China and the United States: Historical Experiences, perceptions, and Strategies, Paper for the Fourth Koret Conference on “Korea and Vietnam: The National Experiences and Foreign Policies of Middle Powers,” Stanford University, Stanford, March 2, 2012. C. J. Jenner and Tran Trong Thuy, eds., The South China Sea: Towards Sovereignty-based Conflict or Regional Cooperation? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. August 6, 2012. Peer Reviews “The China Factor in the U.S. ‘Re-Engagement’ with Southeast Asia: Drivers and Limits of a Partially Converged Hedging,” Asian Politics & Policy. Submitted February 15, 2012. “Eyes Wide Shut: The Campaign to Bring the Khmer Rouge to the International Court of Justice, 1979-1994,” Melbourne Journal of International Law. Submitted March 2, 2012. “Southeast Asia’s New Nationalism: Causes and Significance,” TRaNS (Sogang University). Submitted April 27, 2012. “The Australia-Korea Bilateral Relationship: A Misguided Middle-Power Narrative,” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, August 6, 2012. “Vietnam’s Strategic Hedging Via-a-Vis China: The Roles of the European Union and Russia,” Revista Brasilleira de Politica Internacional, October 2012. “The Development of Civil Society and Dynamics of Governance in Vietnam’s OneParty Rule,” Global Change, Peace & Security, October 2012. “The Aquino Administration’s Balancing Gambit Against an Emergent China: Its Domestic and External Dimensions,” Pacific Affairs, December 5, 2012.

Higher Degree Examination
Andrew Ossie Carr, “Australia as a Middle Power Norm Entrepreneur in the AsiaPacific 1983-2010,” PhD Thesis, University of Canberra. Sam Goldsmith, “China’s Anti-Access & Area-Denial Operational Concept and the Dilemmas for Japan,” M.A. Strategic Studies, Australian National University. Submitted. Ngo Van Tong, “Vietnam’s Strategies Toward China in the Post-Cold War Period,” Masters of Arts (International Relations), Flinders University.

Higher Degree Supervision
Le Hong Hiep, “Living next to the Giant: The Political Economy of Vietnam’s Relations with China in the Context of the Doi Moi Policy,” PhD thesis, UNSW. Matt Wheeler, “Politics, Policy and Security in Southernmost Thailand”, PhD thesis, UNSW. PhD thesis, UNSW.

15 Scott Bentley, “Maritime China: Sovereignty and International Law in the South China Sea,” M.A. Thesis, Ohio University. Scott Bentley, “China’s New Maritime Legal Enforcement Strategy in the South China Sea: Legal Warfare and an Emerging Contest Over Norms at Sea,” M.A. Thesis, Ohio University. Steven L. Jones, “When All You Have is an American Hammer: The US Alliance and Costs for Australian Defence Policy,” PhD Thesis, The Australian National University. Sok Udom Deth, “Cambodian-Thailand Relation,” Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften, Philosophische Fakultät III, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Other – Strategic Assessment Paper David Haddad, “The Effectiveness of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Bringing Stability to the South East Asian Region,” Strategic Assessment Paper, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek. Captain Stephen Hughes, RAN, “Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Centrality and the Asia-Pacific Security Equilibrium,” Strategic Assessment Paper, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek. Other – Strategic Policy Paper David Haddad, “Enhancing Australia’s Security, Political and Economic ties to Asia Through the Introduction of an Enhancing Australia’s Life Long Learning of Asian Languages Policy,” Strategic Policy Paper, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, 2012. Captain Stephen Hughes, RAN, ”Department of Defence Policy for Asia-Pacific Regional Security Dialogue and Engagement: Protecting Australia’s Maritime Security Interests,” Strategic Policy Paper, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, 2012. Other – Visiting Fellow Essay Colonel Achmad A. Karnawidjaja (Indonesia), Enhancing Civil-Military Cooperation in Indonesian Peacekeeping, Australian Civil-Military Centre, 2012.

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Thayer Consultancy
Consultancies Australian Civil-Military Centre Bertelsmann Stiftung Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College Control Risks, Singapore Immigration Law Clinic, University of California, Davis Sethi Partnership Solicitors, London Consultations     Richard Bond and Rachel Schneider, Head of Indicators & Warning, Exclusive Analysis (London), January 23, 2012. Thomas Raines, US in Asia-Pacific Project, Chatham House, February 13, 2012. Ambassador Nguyen Tam Chien, Chairman, Vietnam Center of International Study and Cooperation, and delegation, Canberra, February 21, 2012. Senior Lieutenant General and Vice Minister of National Defence Nguyen Chi Vinh and delegation, Russell Office 1, Department of Defence, Canberra, February 22, 2012. Delegation from Defence Intelligence and Security Service, The Netherlands, Canberra, March 13, 2012. Ambassador Designate to Vietnam Hugh Borrowman, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, May 4, 2012. Associate Professor Mary George, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, May 7, 2012. James Bloomfield, Head, Policy Planning Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, May 16, 2012. Strategic Risk Assessment, Defence White Paper Roundtable, co-sponsored by Strategic Policy Division, Department of Defence; Kokoda Foundation; and the Australian National University’s National Security College, held at the Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, May 17, 2012. Dr. Hans-Christian Hagman and Alexander Atarodi, Office for Strategic Analysis, Prime Minister’s Office Sweden, held at the Swedish Ambassador’s Residence, Canberra, May 24, 2012.

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17    Mr. Vuong Thua Phong, Vice Chairman, External Relations Commission, Vietnam Communist Party and delegation, Canberra, June 9, 2012. Bethany Danyluk, Lead Associate, and Jill Zabel, Senior Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton, Washington, D.C., June 26, 2012. Scott Snyder (Council on Foreign Relations); Woo Jung-Yeop and Lee Seunghyuk (The Asan Institute for Policy Studies); and Young Ho Kim (Korea National Defense University), Canberra, July 10, 2012; John Eurell, Department of Defence, Intelligence and Security Group, North Asia and Transnational Issues Branch, Defence Intelligence Organisation, August 2, 2012. Katharine Chang and Jerry Chuang, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Australia, Canberra, August 9, 2012. Strategic Policy Options, Defence White Paper Roundtable, co-sponsored by Strategic Policy Division, Department of Defence; Kokoda Foundation; and the Australian National University’s National Security College, held at the Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, August 22, 2012. Kazumine Akimoto, Senior Research Fellow and Hideshi Ueno, Research Fellow, Policy Research Department) and Yuko Takada, Maritime Technology Department, Ocean Policy Research Foundation, Roundtable held at the RAN Sea Power Centre, Fyshwick, August 30, 2012. Steve Jackson, Qantas Security, August 31, 2012. Dr. Bridget Welsh, Singapore Management University, September 3, 2012. Lai Kok Leong, Counsellor, Singapore High Commission, Canberra, September 10, 2012. Nguyen Khuyen, 40th Anniversary Australia-Vietnam Diplomatic Relations Project, Canberra, September 24, 2012. Athol Yates, independent researcher, Thayer Consultancy Office, Canberra, September 24, 2012. Bhavna Vohra, Gerson Lehrman Group Councils, September 26 and 28, 2012. Luu Tuong Quang and Nguyen Quang, Nhom Nghien Cuu Van Hoa Dong Nai va Cuu Long Uc Chau, Canberra, October 3, 2012. Dang Dinh Quy, President, and delegation, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, Roundtable held at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, October 5, 2012. Pala Investments/Asian Minerals Resources, October 16, 2012.

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18   Professor Do Tien Sam, head, Institute for Chinese Studies, and delegation, ANU China Institute, Canberra, December 4, 2012. Louise Chamberlain, Country Director, United Nations Development Programme Vietnam, Canberra, December 29, 2012.

Consultancy Reports “Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung: Vietnam’s Economic Nationalist,” Thayer Consultancy Report, July 4, 2012. Bertelsmann Stiftung, Vietnam Country Report, Sustainable Governance Indicators - Policy Performance and Governance Capacities in Asia Report, September 2012. Background Briefs These briefs are archived in PDF format at Scribd.com under Thayer 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Background Brief ASEAN: 21st Summit Scene Setter.doc Background Brief ASEAN: 45th Ministerial Meeting China-Cambodia Coordination.doc Background Brief ASEAN and East Asia Summits Scene Setter.doc Background Brief ASEAN and Maritime Security in the South China Sea.doc Background Brief ASEAN and the South China Sea: Lessons Learned.doc Background Brief ASEAN: Back to Business as Usual.doc Background Brief ASEAN: Brunei as the Next Chair.doc Background Brief ASEAN Chair Cambodia Provokes Disunity.doc Background Brief ASEAN Divided on South China Sea Strategy.doc Background Brief ASEAN: Implications of China-Japan Flare Up over Senkakus.doc Background Brief ASEAN: Regional Integration RCEP and the TPP.doc Background Brief ASEAN Summit: Cambodia and South China Sea.doc Background Brief ASEAN Summit: Can China Block Discussion on South China Sea Issues?.doc Background Brief ASEAN Summit: China, Cambodia and the South China Sea.doc Background Brief ASEAN Summit: How to Accommodate China?.doc Background Brief ASEAN Summit: Myanmar and South China Sea.doc

19 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. Background Brief ASEAN Summit: Myanmar, South China Sea, Korean Missile Launch.doc Background Brief ASEAN Summit: Myanmar, South China Sea, North Korea.doc Background Brief ASEAN Summit: South China Sea Post Mortem.doc Background Brief ASEAN: The Impact of the China-Cambodia Nexus.doc Background Brief ASEAN Unity Restored by Shuttle Diplomacy.doc Background Brief ASEAN Unity Threatened by Cambodia’s Unprecedented Actions.doc Background Brief ASEAN Unity, Economic Integration and a New Secretary General.doc Background Brief ASEAN-China Code of Conduct: Dispute Settlement Mechanism.doc Background Brief ASEAN's Code of Conduct: China Uninvited Guest at Table.doc Background Brief ASEAN’s 21st Summit and Cambodia’s Role as Chair.doc Background Brief ASEAN’s Code of Conduct (Unofficial).doc Background Brief ASEAN’s Code of Conduct: Acceptable to China?.doc Background Brief ASEAN’s Code of Conduct and Chinese Stonewalling.doc Background Brief ASEAN’s Debacle in Phnom Penh: Assessing the Damage.doc Background Brief Australia Debates China-U.S. Relations.doc Background Brief Australia’s Debates Over U.S. Rebalancing.doc Background Brief Australian Initiative on the South China Sea.doc Background Brief Australian Policy on Iran, Libya and Syria.doc Background Brief Brunei: ASEAN Chair in 2013.doc Background Brief Burma: Parliamentary Boycott and Lifting Sanctions.doc Background Brief Burma's By-Election.doc Background Brief Cambodia: Chinese and U.S. Defence Assistance.doc Background Brief Cambodia and the 21st ASEAN Summit.doc Background Brief Cambodia as ASEAN Chair or China’s Stalking Horse?.doc Background Brief Cambodia Blurs the Distinction Between Being an ASEAN Member and Chair of ASEAN.doc

20 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. Background Brief Cambodia: Defending the Khmer Rouge.doc Background Brief Cambodia: President Obama’s Visit.doc Background Brief Cambodia: Prospects for Political Instability.doc Background Brief Cambodia Pulls Its Finger Out of ASEAN’s Dike of Regional Autonomy.doc Background Brief Cambodia: Royalist Parties on the Decline.doc Background Brief Cambodia-Philippines Diplomatic Tiff Continues.doc Background Brief Cambodia-Thailand: Settling the Border Dispute.doc Background Brief Cambodia’s Relations with China and Vietnam.doc Background Brief China and the Khmer Rouge: Coming Clean.doc Background Brief China and the Philippines: What Next if Soft Power Fails?.doc Background Brief China: Fickle or Just Plain Opportunist?.doc Background Brief China Philippines Standoff: David versus Goliath.doc Background Brief China: U.S. Makes Inroads in the Peripheral States.doc Background Brief China US 4th Strategic and Economic Dialogue.doc Background Brief China, Cambodia and the ASEAN Summit.doc Background Brief China's South China Sea Trifecta.doc Background Brief China's War of Words Aimed at Three Audiences.doc Background Brief China’s ‘Game Changer’ – The Varyag Aircraft Carrier.doc Background Brief China’s J-15 Fighter: A Game Changer?.doc Background Brief China’s New Defence Budget: Neither 'too hot nor too cold'.doc Background Brief China’s Submission to UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf.doc Background Brief China’s Varyag Aircraft Carrier and the Regional Naval Balance.doc Background Brief East Asia: Territorial Disputes and Natural Resources.doc Background Brief Myanmar: Lifting Sanctions.doc Background Brief Myanmar: President Obama’s Visit.doc Background Brief Myanmar: What Are U.S Interests?.doc Background Brief North Korea Missile Launch Makes Big Splash.doc

21 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. Background Brief Philippines Pivots Towards the United States.doc Background Brief Russian Oil Company Enters South China Sea Fray.doc Background Brief Scarborough Shoal: China Applies Economic Pressure.doc Background Brief Secretary Clinton’s ‘Rebalancing the Rebalancing’ & ASEAN’s Debacle in Phnom Penh.doc Background Brief Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands Dispute.doc Background Brief Senkaku Islands Dispute: China Resorts to Legal Warfare.doc Background Brief Senkaku Scenarios.doc Background Brief Shangri-La 11th Dialogue: US Rebalancing and Dynamic Equilibrium.doc Background Brief South China Sea: An Assessment of Current Trends.doc Background Brief South China Sea and the 19th ASEAN Regional Forum: What Role for the United States?.doc Background Brief South China Sea as a Special Region: A Modest Proposal.doc Background Brief South China Sea: ASEAN and the Latest Tensions.doc Background Brief South China Sea: ASEAN Community-Building and Prospects for a Code of Conduct.doc Background Brief South China Sea: ASEAN Moves On With Code of Conduct.doc Background Brief South China Sea: ASEAN’s Elusive Code of Conduct.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Can the Philippines Restrain China.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China and the Code of Conduct.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China Arrests 21 Vietnamese Fishermen.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China Arrests More Vietnamese Fishermen.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China Issues New Passport, New Regulations and Cuts More Cables.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC).doc Background Brief South China Sea: China Opens 'Petro Front'.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China Pushes Claims with New Passports.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China Threatens War.doc

22 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. Background Brief South China Sea: China's Deep Sea Oil Rig.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China's Rise & US Naval Primacy.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s Armada of Fishermen Set Sail.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s Fishing Fleet Sets Sail.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s Floating Factory Makes a Debut.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s New Passport, Xi Jinping and Taiwan.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s New Passports Push Claims.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s Oil Bid, ASEAN Code of Conduct and the Future Seascape.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s Tactics of Intimidation.doc Background Brief South China Sea: China’s Trifecta.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Chinese Actions, Vietnamese Reactions.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Chinese Maps Omit Modern Claims.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Chinese Provocations on Two Fronts.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Code of Conduct Back on Track.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Dispute Settlement and the Norm of NonInterference.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Does China Have a Superior Claim?.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Explaining China’s Recent Actions.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Explaining the Motivations Behind CNOOC’s Oil Licenses Bid.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Five Conflict Scenarios.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Hainan Province’s New Regulations for the Territorial Sea.doc Background Brief South China Sea: How Should the Philippines and Vietnam Respond?.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Illegal Fishing and Cutting Cables – What Next?.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Implication of Obama’s Re-election.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Is China Getting What It Wished For?.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Is There a Dispute Settlement Mechanism?.doc

23 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. Background Brief South China Sea: Issues at the 21st ASEAN Summit.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Lessons of Scarborough Shoal.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Live Web Chat with VietNamNet Audience.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Malaysia and Thailand to Take Up China’s Offer?.doc Background Brief South China Sea Oil Bids & Code of Conduct: ASEAN and the US.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Oil Bids for Paracel Islands.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Passport Map and Cable Cutting.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Renewed Chinese Assertiveness.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Scarborough Shoal a Civil not a Military Matter.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Significance of Latest Cable Cutting.doc Background Brief South China Sea: The Drivers of Conflict and U.S-China Strategic Rivalry.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Three Drivers of Chinese Assertiveness.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Three Interrelated Issues.doc Background Brief South China Sea: To Stamp or Not to Stamp China’s New Passport.doc Background Brief South China Sea Trifecta: New Maritime Law, China’s Oil Leases and San Sha City.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Vietnam and China’s New Passports, Strategic Partnership with the United States.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Vietnam Responds to Cable Cutting.doc Background Brief South China Sea: Vietnam’s New Maritime Law & Russia’s GAZPROM.doc Background Brief South China Sea: War of Words between the U.S. and China.doc Background Brief South China Sea: What Can the ASEAN Regional Forum Contribute to a Solution?.doc Background Brief South China Sea: What Role for ASEAN, the US and the UN?.doc Background Brief South China Sea: What Roles for ASEAN and the ARF?.doc

24 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. Background Brief Southeast Asia: U.S. Pivot and Regional Responses.doc Background Brief Southeast Asia: Who Are China’s Clients?.doc Background Brief Thai Cambodia Border Update.doc Background Brief Thailand on the South China Sea.doc Background Brief The U.S. Promotes Democracy, China Lectures the United States.doc Background Brief U.S. Rebalancing and Its Impact on Vietnam, the Philippines and Myanmar.doc Background Brief U.S.-Vietnam Defense Cooperation.doc Background Brief United States Carrier Strike Groups in East and South China Seas.doc Background Brief United States: Implications of Obama’s Re-election for the Asia-Pacific.doc Background Brief United States in Phnom Penh: Challenge in China’s Backyard.doc Background Brief US Defense Strategy and the Asia Pacific.doc Background Brief US Rapprochement with Laos.doc Background Brief US Secretary Clinton’s ‘Rebalancing the Rebalancing’ & ASEAN’s Debacle in Phnom Penh.doc Background Brief US Secretary of State on Settlement of South China Sea Disputes.doc Background Brief Vietnam: “Reform of Die”.doc Background Brief Vietnam and Russia A Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Anti-Climatic Showdown at the 6th Party Plenum.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Arrests Anti-China Protesters.doc Background Brief Vietnam-Australia First Joint Strategic Dialogue.doc Background Brief Vietnam-Australia Strategic Dialogue.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Bad News for Activist Bui Thi Minh Hang.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Bares Scud Missile Force.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Bloggers to go on Trial.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Censorship No Laughing Matter.doc

25 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. Background Brief Vietnam: Censorship of the Internet.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Chairman of Asia Commercial Bank Ly Xuan Hai Arrested.doc Background Brief Vietnam: China Ups the Ante to New Maritime Law.doc Background Brief Vietnam: China’s Offer of Oil Leases in Vietnam’s EEZ.doc Background Brief Vietnam: China’s Response to the New Maritime Law.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Compensating Vinashin's Investors.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Conflict of Interest -Private Entrepreneurs in the National Assembly.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Corruption Corrodes Legitimacy.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Corruption.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Death by Lethal Injection Still a State Secret.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Economic Problems Local or Global?.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Effacing Facebook.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Evaluating Nguyen Tan Dung’s Prime Ministership, 2006-2012.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Fall Out from Arrest of Nguyen Duc Kien.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Governance and the National Assembly.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Human Rights and Australia.doc Background Brief Vietnam-India-China Triangle.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Internet Decree Imposes New Controls.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Is Reform for Real?.doc Background Brief Vietnam: The Real Pivot.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Is the U.S. “Pivoting” on Agent Orange?.doc Background Brief Vietnam Land Dispute: Haiphong Significance.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Land Disputes Aired Via Prime Minister's Teleconference.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Land Rights Issues on National Agenda.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Land Shoot Out.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Law of the Sea.doc Background Brief Vietnam: New Maritime Law.doc

26 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210. 211. 212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217. Background Brief Vietnam: Nguyen Duc Kien – A Pawn In Power Struggle.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Nguyen Duc Kien and Regulatory Reform.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Nguyen Tan Dung – Life After 6th Plenum.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Party Conference Reform or Die.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Press is Not the Fourth Estate.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Prime Minister’s ‘Bag Man’ Implicated in Bribery Scandal.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Public Protests Today and in the Past.pdf Background Brief Vietnam Requests U.S. Lifting of Arms Sale Embargo.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Rising Public Discontent.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Senior Lt. General Nguyen Chi Vinh.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Showdown for Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.doc Background Brief Vietnam: The Case of Deputy Dang Thi Hoang Yen.doc Background Brief Vietnam: The National Assembly, Votes of Confidence and Amendments to the Constitution.doc Background Brief Vietnam: The Party and Public Opinion.doc Background Brief Vietnam: The Role of Bloggers.doc Background Brief Vietnam-Russia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.doc Background Brief Vietnam-United States Relations What Future Defence Ties?.doc Background Brief Vietnam-United States Strategic Partnership.doc Background Brief Vietnam-US Strategic Dialogue: What Purpose?.doc Background Brief Vietnam-US Strategic Partnership.doc Background Brief Vietnam-U.S. Defense Relations: Historic Turing Point?.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Visit by US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.doc Background Brief Vietnam: Why Was Nguyen Duc Kien Arrested?.doc Background Brief Vietnam's Draft Decree on Internet Management.doc Background Brief Vietnam's Hardy Perennial: Entrenched Corruption.doc Background Brief Vietnam’s Guided Missile Corvettes.doc Background Brief Vietnam’s New Maritime Law and China’s Response.doc

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Other Activities
Member, Australian National Committee, Council for Security Cooperation in the AsiaPacific (CSCAP) Visiting Fellow, Centre of Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek (March 2012). Vietnam, Country Specialist, Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid, http://www.frlan.org (2011-) Council Member, Gerson Lehrman Group Research (September 2012-present) Member, Advisory Board, The Global Viet Diaspora Blog (February 2012-present) Research Associate, ASEAN Studies Center, School of International Service, American University (March 2011-present). President, Yale Club of the A.C.T., July 2010Member of the Board of Governors, Yale Club of Australia, July 2010-

Media Interviews
1. Daniel Schearf, Voice of America, Bangkok, January 2, 2012. 2. Kelly Macnamara, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, January 3, 2012. 3. Maher Sattar, Asia Sentinel, January 4, 2012. 4. Nguyen Thi Thuc, Thanh Nien Newspaper, Singapore Bureau, January 5, 2012. 5. Al Jazeera TV International. Doha, January 6, 2012. 6. Do The Dung, Radio France Internationale, Paris, January 7, 2012. 7. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Thanh Nien Weekly, January 11, 2012. 8. Claudia Sarmento, Tokyo correspondent, O Globo (Rio de Janeiro), January 13, 2012. 9. Hien Thao, Dat Viet, January 14, 2012. 10. John Ruwitch, Reuters, Hanoi Bureau, January 18, 2012. 11. Ron Corben, Voice of America, Bangkok, January 22, 2012. 12. Geoffrey Cain, The Diplomat, January 22, 2012. 13. Richard Bond and Rachel Schneider, Head of Indicators & Warning, Exclusive Analysis, London, January 23, 2012. 14. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, January 24, 2012.

28 15. Ha Viet Hanh, Radio Free Asia, Washington, DC, January 25, 2012. 16. Carolyn Chung, Monitor-360, San Francisco, January 26, 2012. 17. Brian Padden, Voice of America, Jakarta, January 26, 2012. 18. Liam Cochrane, ABC Radio, Connect Asia, January 27, 2012. 19. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, January 27, 2012. 20. Helen Clark, Babbage blog, The Economist, January 27, 2012. 21. Jim Gomez, Associated Press, Manila, January 27, 2012. 22. Don Weinland, Phnom Penh Post, January 29, 2012. 23. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, February 1, 2012. 24. Quynh Chi, Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., February 1, 2012. 25. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Thanh Nien Weekly, February 1, 2012. 26. Mike Ives, Associated Press, Hanoi Bureau, February 8, 2012. 27. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, February 9, 2012. 28. Nicholas de Larrinaga, IHS Jane’s, February 10, 2012. 29. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, February 10, 2012. 30. John Kerin, The Australian Financial Review, February 13, 2012. 31. Thomas Raines, US in Asia-Pacific Project, Chatham House, February 13, 2012. 32. Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., February 15, 2012. 33. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, February 16, 2012. 34. Michael Cavanagh, ABC Radio Australia, February 21, 2012. 35. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Thanh Nien Weekly, February 21, 2012. 36. Qunyh Le, BBC Vietnamese Service, February 22, 2012. 37. Marco Kauffmann Bossart, Correspondent for Southeast Asia, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, February 23, 2012. 38. Ha Viet Hanh, Radio Free Asia, Washington, DC, February 24, 2012. 39. Ha Viet Hanh, Radio Free Asia, Washington, DC, February 28, 2012. 40. Voice of America, Chinese Language Service, Washington, DC, February 28, 2012. 41. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Director, Thanh Nien Weekly, February 29, 2012.

29 42. Hien Thao, Bao Dat Viet, March 6, 2012. 43. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, March 7, 2012. 44. Helen Clark, China Daily, March 7, 2012. 45. Dao Dang Toan, Oil and Gas Reporter, Platts Oilgram News, Hanoi, March 8, 2012. 46. Do The Dung, Radio France Internationale, Paris, March 8, 2012. 47. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, March 12, 2012. 48. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Director, Thanh Nien Weekly, March 12, 2012. 49. Dustin Roasa, Foreign Policy, March 19, 2012. 50. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Director, Thanh Nien Weekly, March 19, 2012. 51. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, March 20, 2012. 52. Shane Worrell, Phnom Penh Post, March 21, 2012. 53. Bac Pham, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Hanoi, March 22, 2012. 54. Marianne Susanna Brown, Bureau Chief, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Hanoi, March 22, 2012. 55. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi March 23, 2012. 56. James Hookway, The Wall Street Journal, March 27, 2012. 57. Ben Bland, The Financial Times, Hanoi Bureau, March 27, 2012. 58. Irwin Yeo, Energy Intelligence Group, March 27, 2012. 59. Tania Nola, The World Today, ABC Radio, March 27, 2012. 60. Luke Hunt, The Diplomat, March 29, 2012. 61. Don Weinland, Phnom Penh Post, March 29, 2012. 62. Ellie Dyer, Deutsche Presse-Agentur and Asia Life Magazine, March 29, 2012. 63. Ngo Minh Tri, Thanh Nien, March 29, 2012. 64. Michelle Fitzpatrick, Phnom Penh Post, March 30, 2012. 65. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek, March 30, 2012. 66. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., April 2, 2012. 67. Carolyn Chung, Monitor-360, San Francisco, April 3, 2012. 68. Liam Cochrane, Connect Asia, ABC Radio, April 3, 2012. 69. Ann Fredriksen, Foreign Desk, NTB (Norwegian News Agency), Oslo, April 4, 2012.

30 70. Mary Kozlovski, Deutsche Welle, April 4, 2012. 71. Ellie Dyer, Deutsche Presse-Agentur and Asia Life Magazine, April 4, 2012. 72. Michelle Fitzpatrick, Phnom Penh Post, April 4, 2012. 73. Hieu Trung Do, Tuoi Tre, April 4, 2012. 74. Phương Loan, VietNamNet/Tuần Việt Nam, April 5, 2012. 75. Simone Orendain, Voice of America, April 6, 2012. 76. Roberto Tofani, Asia Times Online, Hanoi, April 6, 2012. 77. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, April 7, 2012. 78. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., April 10, 2012. 79. Daniel Ten Kate, Bloomberg News, April 11, 2012. 80. Trefor Moss, freelance journalist, Hong Kong, April 12, 2012. 81. Nguyen Thi Thuc Minh, Singapore Bureau Chief, Thanh Nien, April 12, 2012. 82. Hiếu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre, April 13, 2012. 83. Peter Harmsen, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, April 14, 2012. 84. Jim Gomez, Associated Press, Manila, April 15, 2012. 85. Rico Hizon, BBC TV, Newsday Program, London and Singapore, April 16, 2012. 86. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek, April 16, 2012. 87. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, April 16, 2012. 88. Ben Hancock, Reporter, Inside US Trade, Arlington, April 17, 2012 89. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, April 17, 2012. 90. Dao Dang Toan, Oil and Gas Reporter, Platts Oilgram News, April 17, 2012. 91. Quynh Le, BBC, World Service, London, April 19, 2012. 92. Lindsay Murdoch, The Sydney Morning Herald, Bangkok, April 19, 2012. 93. Ron Corben, Voice of America, Bangkok, April 19, 2012. 94. John Ruwitch, Reuters, Hanoi, April 19, 2012. 95. Bloomberg News Agency, Hanoi, April 20, 2012. 96. Marianne Brown, Voice of America, Hanoi, April 23, 2012. 97. Wendell Minnick, Asia Bureau Chief, Defense News, April 24, 2012. 98. Tim Daiss, Interfax Energy. http://interfaxenergy.com/, London, April 24, 2012. 99. Hieu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre, April 25, 2012.

31 100. Rico Hizon, BBC TV, Newsday Program, London and Singapore, April 25, 2012. 101. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., April 25, 2012. 102. Mark Magnier, South Asia Bureau Chief, Los Angeles Times, April 27, 2012. 103. Esther I. Yi, The Atlantic, April 27, 2012. 104. James Hookway, The Wall Street Journal, April 28, 2012. 105. Helen Clark, Time Magazine, April 29, 2012. 106. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, May 2, 2012. 107. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek, May 2, 2012. 108. Mike Ives, Associated Press, Hanoi Bureau, May 2, 2012. 109. Emily Hennessy, Beijing Hour, English Service, China Radio International, Beijing, May 3, 2012. 110. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, May 5, 2012. 111. Lien Hoang, freelance reporter, AsiaTimes Online, May 5, 2012. 112. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, May 5, 2011. 113. Bac Pham, Deutsche Presse Agentur, Hanoi, May 6, 2012. 114. Jim Gomez, Associated Press, Manila, May 6, 2012. 115. Ben Carlson, Global Post, Hong Kong, May 8, 2012. 116. Ha Viet Hanh, Radio Free Asia, Washington, DC, May 8, 2012. 117. Quynh Chi, Broadcaster, Vietnamese Service, Radio Free Asia, May 8, 2012. 118. Patrick Winn, Global Post [Boston], May 9, 2012. 119. Daniel Schearf, Voice of America, Bangkok, May 9, 2012. 120. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, May 10, 2011. 121. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, May 10, 2012. 122. Hieu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre, May 11, 2012. 123. Phan Thi Viet Anh, Sai Gon Thiep Thi, May 14, 2012. 124. Ha Viet Hanh, Radio Free Asia, Washington, DC, May 15, 2012. 125. Hien Thao, Bao Dat Viet, May 15, 2012. 126. BBC World Service, Bangkok, May 15, 2012. 127. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek, May 21, 2012. 128. Hieu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre, May 22, 2012

32 129. Quynh Le, BBC World Service, London, May 22, 2012. 130. BBC, World Service, Bangkok Bureau, May 22, 2012. 131. Joe Freeman, Phnom Penh Post, May 22, 2012. 132. Abby Seiff, Reporter, Cambodia Daily, May 24, 2012. 133. Brian Spegele, The Wall Street Journal, May 29, 2012. 134. Hien Thao, Bao Dat Viet, May 30, 2012. 135. Seda Douglas, Executive Producer, Radio Australia, May 30, 2012. 136. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek,May 30, 2012. 137. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, May 30, 2012. 138. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, May 31, 2012. 139. Dương Quang, Phó Tổng Thư ký tòa soạn Báo Người Lao Động, May 31, 2012. 140. William Choong, The Straits Times, Singapore, May 31, 2012. 141. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek, May 31, 2012. 142. Hiếu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre Newspaper, June 1, 2012. 143. Radio France Internationale, English Service, Paris, June 1, 2012. 144. Al Jazeera TV, English language service, June 2, 2012. 145. Dan Ten Kate, Bloomberg News, June 2, 2012. 146. Marianne Susanna Brown, Bureau Chief, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Hanoi, June 3, 2012. 147. Dene Mullen, Editor, Southeast Asia Globe (Phnom Penh), June 4, 2012. 148. Aubrey Belford, The Global Mail, June 4, 2012. 149. Peter Harmsen, Weekendavisen [Denmark], June 5, 2012. 150. Mac Lam, Radio Free Asia, Bangkok, June 4, 2012. 151. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, June 6, 2012. 152. Minh, Voice of America, Washington, DC, June 6, 2012. 153. Bill Whaley, Phnom Penh Post, June 6, 2012 154. Abby Seiff, Cambodia Daily, June 6, 2012. 155. Aubrey Belford, The Global Mail, June 6, 2012. 156. Hiếu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre Newspaper, June 7, 2012. 157. Marianne Brown, Bureau Chief, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Hanoi, June 7, 2012.

33 158. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, June 7, 2012. 159. Asahi Shimbun, June 8, 2012. 160. Nga Pham, BBC World Service, Vietnamese Service, London, June 9, 2012. 161. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek, June 13, 2012. 162. Geoffrey Cain, free lance journalist, June 14, 2012. 163. Manuel Mogato, Correspondent, Thomson Reuters, Manila, June 16, 2012. 164. James Welsh, Managing Editor, The Cambodia Daily, June 16, 2012. 165. Liam Cochrane, Connect Asia, Radio Australia, June 19, 2012. 166. Mathieu Tromme, Partnership for Research in International Affairs & Development, June 20, 2012. 167. Dominic Béchaz, Editor, “China and Vietnam – An Unsteady Modus Vivendi?,” ISN Podcast, International Relations and Security Network, Zurich, June 22, 2012. http://www.isn.ethz.ch/isn/Digital-Library/Podcasts 168. Bac Pham, Deutsche Presse Agentur, Hanoi, June 23, 2012. 169. Jim Gomez, Associated Press, Manila, June 25, 2012 170. Hien Thao, Dat Viet, June 25, 2012. 171. Dao Dang Toan, Oil and Gas Reporter, Platts Oilgram News, Hanoi, June 25, 2012. 172. Nick Heath, Bloomberg News, Hanoi, June 25, 2012. 173. Dien Luong, Thanh Nien News, June 26, 2012. 174. Vietnam News Agency TV, Washington, DC, June 27, 2012. 175. Vietnam TV, Washington, DC, June 27, 2012. 176. Voice of Vietnam, Washington, DC, June 27, 2012. 177. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, June 28, 2012. 178. Viet Anh, Sai Gon Thiep Thi, June 28, 2012. 179. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, DC, June 28, 2012. 180. Duong Quang, Nguoi Lao Dong, July 1, 2012. 181. Mac Lam, Radio Free Asia, Bangkok, July 1, 2012. 182. Hieu Trung, Tuoi Tre, July 1, 2012. 183. An Dien, Viet Week and Thanh Nien, July 2, 2012. 184. Do The Dung, Radio France Internationale, Paris, July 2, 2012.

34 185. Aaron Hutchins, McClean’s, July 2, 2012. 186. Helen Clark, Crikey, July 2, 2012. 187. Xuan Son, Vietnam Economic Times, July 3, 2012. 188. Simone Orendain, Voice of America, July 3, 2012. 189. Nguyen Thi Thuc, Thanh Nien, Singapore Bureau, July 4, 2012. 190. James Miles, The Economist, Beijing Bureau Chief, July 4, 2012. 191. James Byrne, Reporter, Interfax Energy, London, July 4, 2012. 192. Mona Alami, USA Today, July 5, 2012. 193. Michelle Fitzpatrick, Agence-France Presse, Phnom Penh, July 5, 2012. 194. Nga Pham, BBC World Service, Vietnamese Service, London, July 5, 2012. 195. Irwin Loy,Voice of America, Phnom Penh, July 9, 2012. 196. Duong Quang, Nguoi Lao Dong, July 9, 2012. 197. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, July 9- 2012. 198. Michelle Fitzpatrick, Agence-France Presse, Phnom Penh, July 9, 2012. 199. Victor Beattie, Voice of America, Washington, DC, July 10, 2012. 200. Reeta Raman, Radio 938live, Mediacorp Radio, Singapore, July 10, 2012. 201. Radio France Internationale, English Language Service, July 10, 2012. 202. Patrick, Barta The Wall Street Journal, July 11, 2012. 203. Kesha West, Senior Journalist, Newsline, ABC TV, July 11, 2012. 204. Robert Sullivan, Reporter, Interfax Global Energy Services, Hong Kong, July 11, 2012. 205. James Byrne, Reporter, Interfax Energy, Hong Kong, July 11, 2012. 206. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, July 11, 2012. 207. Aiden Jones, Agence France-Presse, July 11, 2012. 208. ABC Radio, July 12, 2012. 209. BBC, Monocle 24, The Globalist, July 12, 2012. 210. Daniel Ten Kate, Bloomberg News, Phnom Penh, July 12, 2012. 211. David Boyle, Senior Reporter, Phnom Penh Post, July 13, 2012. 212. Aiden Jones, Agence France-Presse, July 13, 2012. 213. Irwin Loy, Voice of America, Phnom Penh, July 13, 2012.

35 214. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Deputy Managing Editor, Vietweek, July 15, 2012. 215. Sebastian Strangio, Asia Times Online, July 15, 2012. 216. David Boyle, Senior Reporter, Phnom Penh Post, July 15, 2012. 217. Helen Clark, World Policy Journal, July 15, 2012. 218. TBS eFM's, This Morning Radio Program, Seoul, July 16, 2012. 219. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, July 16, 2012. 220. Kate Hodal, Southeast Asia Correspondent, The Guardian, Bangkok, July 16, 2012. 221. Simone Orendain, Voice of America, July 16, 2012. 222. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, DC, July 17, 2012. 223. Scott Johnson, Bloomberg, Brief Economics Asia, Hong Kong, July 18, 2012. 224. Stuart White, Phnom Penh Post, July 18, 2012. 225. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, July 18, 2012. 226. Kate Hodal, Southeast Asia Correspondent, The Guardian, Bangkok, July 18, 2012. 227. Sarah Yeo, Researcher, 101 East. Al Jazeera English, Kuala Lumpur, July 20, 2012. 228. Helen Brown. Indonesia Correspondent, Australia Network, ABC News. July 23, 2012. 229. Nguyen Thanh Huyen, staff writer, VN Express, July 24, 2012. 230. Phương Loan, VietNamNet/Tuần Việt Nam, July 24, 2012. 231. Xuan Son, journalist and managing editor, Vietnam Economic Times, July 24, 2012. 232. Irwin Yeo, Reporter, Energy Intelligence, Singapore, July 24, 2012. 233. Peter Zsombor, Associate Editor, The Cambodia Daily, July 24, 2012. 234. Lei Gao, Reporter/Opinion Department, Global Times, Beijing, July 25, 2012. 235. Elizabeth Gorman, Producer, Fault Lines, Al Jazeera English, Washington, DC, July 25, 2012. 236. Tom Daly, Energy Intelligence, Singapore, July 25, 2012. 237. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, July 26, 2012. 238. William Choong, The Straits Times, July 26, 2012. 238. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Video via Skype, Washington, D.C., July 26. 2012. 239. Marianne Brown, Bureau Chief, Deutsche Press Agentur, Hanoi, July 26, 2012. 240. Tina Ha Vu Giang, Radio Free Asia, July 26, 2012. 241. Bac Pham, Deutsche Presse Agentur, Hanoi, July 27, 2012.

36 242. Goh Sui Noi, The Straits Times, July 27, 2012. 243. Nhat Anh, Vietnam Television Corporation, July 27, 2012. 244. Faine Greenwood, Southeast Asia Globe and Global Post, July 28, 2012. 245. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, July 30, 2012. 246. Stuart Grudgings, Southeast Asia correspondent and Head of News, Kuala Lumpur, Thomson Reuters, July 30, 2012. 247. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, July 30, 2012. 248. Mary Kozlovski, Southeast Asia Globe Magazine, July 31, 2012. 249. Victor Beattie, Voice of America, Washington, D.C., July 31, 2012. 250. Phương Loan, Web-Chat, VietNamNet/Tuần Việt Nam, August 2, 2012. 251. Quynh Chi, Radio Free Asia, Vietnamese Service. August 2, 2012. 252. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France Presse, Hanoi, August 3, 2012. 253. Dương Quang, Phó Tổng Thư ký tòa soạn, Báo Người Lao Động, August 3, 2012. 254. Mary Kozlovski, Southeast Asia Globe, August 3, 2012. 255. Hiếu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre Newspaper, August 3, 2012. 256. Abby Seiff, Associate Editor, The Cambodia Daily, August 3, 2012. 257. Mary Kozlovski, Southeast Asia Globe, August 7, 2012. 258. Hien Thao, Dat Viet, August 7, 2012. 259. Dương Quang, Phó Tổng Thư ký tòa soạn Báo Người Lao Động, August 7, 2012. 260. John Boudreau, San Jose Mercury News, August 9, 2012 261. Marianne Brown, Bureau Chief, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Hanoi, August 9, 2012. 262. Hiếu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre Newspaper, August 9, 2012. 263. Ting-I Tsai, Caijing Magazine [Taiwan], Beijing, August 9, 2012. 264. William Gallo, Voice of America, Washington, D.C., August 14, 2012. 265. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Vietweek, August 15, 2012. 266. Peter Zsombor, Associate Editor, The Cambodian Daily, August 16, 2012. 267. Jeff Smith, National Geographic Magazine, August 16, 2012. 268. Thanh Huyen, Staff Writer, VnExpress, August 16, 2012. 269. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, August 16, 2012. 270. Quynh Le, BBC Vietnamese Service, August 17, 2012

37 271. Frederik Balfour, Reporter at Large, Bloomberg News, Hong Kong, August 19, 2012. 272. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, August 21, 2012. 273. Jason Folkmanis, Bloomberg Newsroom Ho Chi Minh City, August 21, 2012. 274. Ben Bland, The Financial Times, Jakarta, August 21, 2012. 275. Thomas Fuller, Southeast Asia Correspondent, The New York Times/International Herald Tribune, August 22, 2012. 276. Catherine Barton, Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse, Hanoi, August 23, 2012. 277. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Vietweek, August 23, 2012. 278. Quynh Le, BBC Vietnamese Service, August 23, 2012. 279. Trefor Moss, The Diplomat, August 23, 2012. 280. Noppawan (Ploy) Bunluesilp, TV producer, NBC News America, August 24, 2012. 281. Ben Carlson, Global Post, Hong Kong, August 24, 2012. 282. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., August 27, 2012. 283. Andrew Higgins, Senior Asia Correspondent, The Washington Post, August 27, 2012. 284. Thomas Maresca, MarketWatch.com (Wall Street Journal digital network), August 27, 2012. 285. Elske Schouten, Correspondent for Southeast Asia, NRC Handelsblad, Jakarta, August 28, 2012. 286. Patricia Michaud, La Liberté, Fribourg (Switzerland), August 29, 2012. 287. Michelle Fitzpatrick, Agence France-Presse, Phnom Penh, August 29, 2012. 288. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Vietweek, August 30, 2012. 289. Eric Bellman, The Wall Street Journal, Jakarta, August 31, 2012. 290. Richard, Connect Asia, ABC Radio Australia, September 3, 2012. 291. Toshihiro Yamada, Newsweek Japan, September 3, 202. 292. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Vietweek, September 3, 2012. 293. Rob Schmitz, Marketplace, September 3, 2012. 294. Radio France Internationale, English Service, Paris, September 3, 2012. 295. Nguyen Thi Kim Dung, Vietnam News Agency TV, Kuala Lumpur, September 5, 2012. 296. Chris Brommet, Associated Press, Hanoi, September 5, 2012. 297. Nguyen Hung, BBC Vietnamese Service, London, September 5, 2012.

38 298. Louise Watt, Associated Press, Beijing, September 10, 2012. 299. Karen Snowden, ABC Radio, September 10, 2012. 300. Russian Radio, London Bureau, September 10, 2012. 301. Peter Lee, Asia Times, Beijing, September 16, 2012. 302. Stuart White, Phnom Penh Post, September 17, 2012. 303. Wendell Minnick, Asia Bureau Chief, Defense News, September 18, 2012. 304. Robert Sullivan, Reporter, Interfax Global Energy Services, Hong Kong, September 18, 2012. 305. Mia Saini, Bloomberg Television's "First Up,” September 19, 2012. 306. Hien Thao, Bao Dat Viet, September 20, 2012. 307. Jason Folkmanis, Bloomberg News, Bangkok, September 23, 2012. 308. Ngo Minh Tri, Thanh Nien, September 25, 2012. 309. Scott Beven, The World Live, ABC TV News 24, Parliament House, September 25, 2012. 310. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., September 28, 2012. 311. Daniel Barclay, Beijing Bureau, The National Times (Abu Dhabi), September 28, 2012. 312. Mathieu Tromme, Partnership for Research in International Affairs & Development (PRIAD), October 2, 2012. 313. Tina Ha Vu Giang, Radio Free Asia and Nguoi Viet, October 3, 2012. 314. Lauren Crothers, The Cambodia Daily, October 3, 2012. 315. Pavel Sivokon, (Павел Сивоконь), Investment Magazine [Ukraine], October 4, 2012. 316. Do The Dung, Radio France Internationale, Paris, October 4, 2012. 327. BBC, Monocle 24, The Globalist, London, October 5, 2012. 328. Nick Heath, Bloomberg News, Hanoi, October 12, 2012. 329. Nguyen Hung, BBC Vietnamese Service, October 14, 2012. 330. Nick Heath, Bloomberg News, Hanoi, October 14, 2012. 331. Ron Sutton, Voice of America, Sydney, October 15, 2012. 332. Binh Dinh, BBC Vietnamese Service, October 15, 2012. 333. Dan Ten Kate, Bloomberg New Service, Bangkok, October 15, 2012.
334. Roger Mitton, Southeast Asia Regional Consultant, Bangkok Bureau, October 15,

2012.

39 335. Ellie Dyer, Deutsche Presse Agentur, Phnom Penh, October 16, 2012. 336. Kanaha Sabapathy, ABC News, October 16, 2012. 337. Didier Laurus, Agence France-Presse, October 17, 2012. 338. Georg Fahrion, Financial Times Deutschland, Berlin, October 17, 2012. 339. Patrick Boehler, Time Magazine, October 18, 2012. 340. Nick Heath, Bloomberg News, Hanoi, October 18, 2012. 341. Lindsay Murdoch, The Sydney Morning Herald, October 19, 2012. 342. Victor Beattie, Voice of America, Washington, D.C., October 19, 2012. 343. Nick Heath, Bloomberg News, Hanoi, October 20, 2012. 344. David Boyle, Senior Reporter, Phnom Penh Post, October 21, 2012. 345. Phil Kafcaloudes, ABC Radio Australia, October 22, 2012. 346. Liam Cochrane, Connect Asia, ABC Radio Australia, October 22, 2012. 347. Rico Hizon, Newsday, BBC World Television, October 22, 2012. 348. Jeremy Fernandez, The World, ABC TV News 24, October 23, 2012. 349. Mary Kozlovski, Deutsche Welle, October 24, 2012. 350. Paul Carsten, Correspondent, Thailand & Indochina, Reuters, Bangkok, October 29, 2012. 351. Ron Corben, Voice of America, November 7, 2012. 352. William Gallo, Voice of America, November 7, 2012. 353. Ellie Dyer, Deutsche Press Agentur, November 7, 2012. 354. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Vietweek, November 8, 2012. 355. Ngo Minh Tri, Thanh Nien, November 8, 2012. 356. Tran Trong Kha, Chief of World News Desk, Thanh Nien News, November 8, 2012. 357. Craig M. Whitlock, The Washington Post, November 9, 2012. 358. An Do, Thanh Nien, November 10, 2012. 359. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, November 12, 2012. 360. Zsombor Peter, Cambodia Daily, November 12, 2012. 361. Abby Seif, Cambodia Daily, Phnom Penh, November 12, 2012. 362. Reuters, November 14, 2012. 363. William Choong, The Straits Times, November 14, 2012.

40 364. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, November 14, 2012. 365. Helen Clark, INS Zurich, November 14, 2012. 366. Lindsay Murdoch, The Sydney Morning Herald, November 14, 2012. 367. Abby Seif, Cambodia Daily, Phnom Penh, November 14, 2012. 368. Alberto Rojas, El Mercurio [Santiago], November 15, 2012. 369. Irwin Loy, Voice of America, Khmer Language Service, November 16, 2012. 370. Mark Magnier, Los Angeles Times, November 17, 2012. 371. Minh Nguyen, Vietnam TV International, Ho Chi Minh City, November 17, 2012. 372. Joseph Freeman, Phnom Penh Post, November 18, 2012. 373. Stuart Grudgings, Reuters, November 18, 2012. 374. Do The Dung, Radio France Internationale, Vietnamese Service, November 18, 2012. 375. Dene Chen, Cambodia Daily, Phnom Penh, November 19, 2012. 376. Michelle Fitzpatrick, Agence France-Presse, November 20, 2012. 377. Luong Nguyen An Dien, Vietweek, Ho Chi Minh City, November 20, 2012. 378. Amelle Bottullier-Depos, Agence France-Presse, Bangkok, November 20, 2012. 379. Cal Thomas, USA Today, November 20, 2012. 380. Colin Meyn, Cambodia Daily, November 21, 2012. 381. Media conference (Quan Doi Nhan Dan, Thanh Nien, Voice of Vietnam, etc.), 4th International Workshop on the South China Sea, Ho Chi Minh City, November 21, 2012. 382. Mai Mai Huoing, Saigon Thiep Thi, Ho Chi Minh City, November 21, 2012. 383. Jason Folkmanis, Bloomberg, November 22, 2012. 384. Abby Seif, Cambodia Daily, Phnom Penh, November 22, 2012. 385. Mary Kozlovski, Deutsche Welle, November 22, 2012. 386. Victor Beattie, Voice of America, Washington, DC, November 23, 2012. 387. Cat Barton, Agence France-Presse TV, Hanoi, November 23, 2012. 388. Nguyen Van Vinh, Asia Vision TV, November 23 2012. 389. Loan Truong My, Tuoi Tre, November 24, 2012. 390. Hien Thao, Dat Viet, Hanoi, November 24, 2012. 391. Dương Quang, Phó Tổng Thư ký tòa soạn Báo Người Lao Động, November 25, 2012. 392. Al Jazeera TV, Doha, November 25, 2012.

41 393. Sebastian Strangio, Yale Global Online, November 27, 2012. 394. Loan My Truong, Reporter, Tuoi Tre Newspaper, November 27, 2012. 395. Radio Voice of Vietnam, November 27, 2012. 396. Vu Thi Lan Huong, Voice of Vietnam TV, November 27, 2012. 397. Don Weinland, China Economic Review, Shanghai, November 28, 2012. 398. Chau Ngoc Mai, Emerson College, Graduate School of Journalism, November 28, 2012. 399. Roberto Tofani, Asia Times, November 29, 2012. 400. Hoa Ai N. Tran, Radio Free Asia, Vietnamese Service, November 29, 2012. 401. Clair Ko, Mirror Books [publisher for several Chinese-language magazines], November 29, 2012. 402. Nick Freeman, November 29, 2012. 403. Paul Carsten, Correspondent, Thailand & Indochina, Reuters, November 30. 2012. 404. David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post, December 3, 2012. 405. Thanh Nien, December 3, 2012. 406. James Byrne, Reporter, Interfax Energy, December 4, 2012. 407. Greg Torode, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, December 4, 2012. 408. Madeline Morris, ABC TV, background brief for 7:30 Report, December 5, 2012. 409. Hoang Ngoc, December 5, 2012. 410. Dương Quang, Phó Tổng Thư ký tòa soạn, Báo Người Lao Động, December 5, 2012. 411. Hiếu Trung, Reporter, Tuoi Tre Newspaper, December 5, 2012. 412. Phan Thi Viet Anh, Sai Gon Marketing Newspaper, December 5, 2012. 413. Marianne Susanna Brown, Voice of America, December 5, 2012. 414. Geoffrey Cain, Journalist, Economist Intelligence Unit, London, December 5, 2012. 415. Dao Dang Toan, Oil and Gas Reporter, Platts Oilgram News, Hanoi, December 5, 2012. 416. Tran Ngoc Long, deputy general secretary, Ho Chi Minh City Law Newspaper, December 6, 2012. 417. John Ruwitch, Reuters Thompson, Beijing, December 6, 2012. 418. Dao Dang Toan, Oil and Gas Reporter, Platts Oilgram News, Hanoi, December 8, 2012. 419. Liam Cochrane, ABC Radio, Connect Asia, December 10, 2012.

42 420. Lindsay Murdoch, The Sydney Morning Herald, December 12, 2012. 421. Ashwini Devare, freelance journalist, Singapore, December 12, 2012. 422. Viet Ha, Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C., December 13, 2012. 423. Shannon Van Sant, Voice of America, Beijing, December 17, 2012. 424. John Kerin, The Australian Financial Review, December 19, 2012. 425. Joseph Freeman, Phnom Penh Post, December 28, 2012. 426. Al Jazeera TV, Doha, December 29, 2012.

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