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Carlyle A. Thayer Publications

(http://www.pol.adfa.edu.au/staff/thayer/pubs.html)

(http://www.apcss.org/thayerc.html)

Books

1999

eds., Vietnamese Foreign Policy in Transition. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1999. 294pp. (with Ramses Amer).

1996

eds. Bringing Democracy to Cambodia: Peacekeeping and Elections, Canberra: Regime Change and Regime Maintenance in Asia and the Pacific Project, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University and Australian Defence Studies Centre, 1996. 136pp. (with Viberto Selochan)

1995

eds. A Crisis of Expectations: UN Peacekeeping in the 1990s. Boulder:

Westview Press, 317pp. (with Ramesh Thakur)

1993

Soviet Relations with India and Vietnam, 1945-1992. Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta and Madras: Oxford University Press, 369pp. Revised and updated from the 1992 edition. (with Ramesh Thakur)

1993

eds. Reshaping Regional Relations: Asia-Pacific and the Former Soviet Union. Boulder, San Francisco and Oxford: Westview Press, 299pp. (with Ramesh Thakur)

1992

Soviet Relations with India and Vietnam. London: The Macmillan Press, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 315pp. (with Ramesh Thakur)

1990

Trends and Strains: Pakistan, India, Vietnam, Japan. New Delhi:

Continental Publishing House for The International Institute for Asia Pacific Studies, 1990. 150pp. (with Joseph A. Camilleri et al.)

1989

War By Other Means: National Liberation and Revolution in Vietnam, 1954-1960. Sydney, London and Boston: Allen & Unwin,

256pp.

1987

eds. The Soviet Union as an Asian Pacific Power: Implications of Gorbachev’s 1986 Vladivostok Initiative. Special Studies in International Security. Boulder and London: Westview Press and South Melbourne: Macmillan Australia, 236pp. (with Ramesh Thakur)

Major Research Monographs

2010

Southeast Asia: Patterns of Security Cooperation, ASPI Strategy Report. Canberra: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, September 2010. 68pp.

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2009

Vietnam People’s Army: Development and Modernization. Armed Forces Lecture Paper Series Paper No. 4. Bandar Seri Begawan: Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, 2009.

43pp.

2000

Multilateral Institutions in Asia: The ASEAN Regional Forum. APCSS Seminar Reports. Honolulu: Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, December 2000. 59pp.

1995

Beyond Indochina, Adelphi Paper 297 London: Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, July 1995.

73pp.

1994

The Vietnam People’s Army Under Doi Moi, Pacific Strategic Paper no. 7, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1994. 122pp.

1993 eds., Vietnam and the Rule of Law. Political and Social Change Monograph no. 19, Canberra: Department of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, 1993. 189pp. (with David G. Marr)

1992

Vietnam. Asia-Australia Briefing Papers, Sydney: The Asia-Australia Institute, The University of New South Wales, 1992. 76pp.

1982

Vietnam Since 1975 – Two Views From Australia. CSAAR Research Paper no. 20. Brisbane: Centre for the Study of Australian-Asian Relations, Griffith University, 1982. 70pp. (with David G. Marr)

Forthcoming (completed in press)

Book Review, Brantly Womack, China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006. For Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Submitted January 25, 2010. Publication date: January 2011.

“China and Southeast Asia: A Shifting Zone of Interaction,” in Sean McDonald and Bruce Vaughn, eds., The Borderlands of Southeast Asia:

Geopolitics, Terrorism, and Globalization. Washington, D.C. National Defense University Press, 2011.

“Vietnam and the Impact of Climate Change,” in Daniel Moran, ed., Climate Change and National Security: A Country-Level Analysis. Washington, D.C.:

Georgetown University Press, 2011. 48-75. Publication date April 2011.

“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, 2011. 455-470. Publication date July 14, 2011.

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“Military Politics in Contemporary Vietnam: Political Engagement, Corporate Interests and Professionalism,” Marcus Mietzner. ed., Military Politics in Contemporary Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2011.

Political Terrorism in Southeast Asia,” in Joseph Liow and Nadirshyah Hosen, eds., Islam in Southeast Asia, London and Singapore: Routledge and the Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2011. 4 vols.

“Recent Developments in the South China Sea: Implications for Regional Security,” in Tran Truong Thuy, ed., The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development. Hanoi: Nha Xuat Ban The Gioi, 2011.

“The Structure of Vietnam-China Relations, 1991-2008,” in Pham Quang Minh, ed., Proceedings of the 3 rd International Conference on Vietnamese Studies. Hanoi: Vietnam National Academy of the Social Sciences, 2011.

“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 21 st Century. 2011.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2011 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2011.

“The Vietnam People’s Army: Victory at Home (1975), Success in Cambodia

(1989),” in Peter Dennis and Jeffrey Grey, eds., Armies in Victory and Defeat:

Armies in the Aftermath of Conflict. Newport, NSW: Big Sky Publications,

2011.

“Vietnam’s Defence Policy and Its Impact of Foreign Relations”, Viet Hoc Nien San [Annals of Vietnamese Studies, (Universität Hamburg)], 2011.

“Vietnam’s Relations with China and the United States,” in Phan Quang Minh, ed., The Role of Vietnam in the Asia-Pacific, Hanoi: Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and University of Social Sciences and Humanities Vietnam, 2011.

2010

“Bt th ường Bin Đ ông trong ngh trình ASEAN,” Tuan Vietnam.Net, July 27,

2010.

http://tuanvietnam.net/2010-07-25-bat-thuong-bien-dong-trong-nghi-trinh-

asean

‘A battle between the dragon and the eagle’, Opinion, UNIKEN, No. 59, November/December 2010, 16.

http://www.unsw.edu.au/news/pad/uniken/2010/uniken_novdec_2010.p

df

Book Review: Mark Atwood Lawrence, The Vietnam War: A Concise International History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008 in The Journal of Military History, 74(3), 2010, 1340-1341.

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“China’s Soft Power v America’s Smart Power,” East Asia Forum, August 31,

2010.

http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2010/08/31/chinas-soft-power-v-americas-

smart-power/#more-13831

'Có lVi t Nam đ ang mng th m', Nguoi Viet Online, July 26, 2010.

http://www.nguoi-viet.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=116529

Political Legitimacy in Vietnam: Challenge and Response”, Politics & Policy [Journal of the Policy Studies Organization], 38(3), June 2010, 423-444.

Recent Developments in the South China Sea: Grounds for Cautious Optimism?, RSIS Working Paper No. 220, Singapore: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, December 14, 2010. 33pp.

“Recent Developments in the South China Sea: Implications for Peace, Stability and Cooperation in the Region,” in Tran Truong Thuy, ed., The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development: Proceedings of the International Workshop co-organized by the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and the Vietnam Lawyers’ Association, 26-27 November 2009, Hanoi, Vietnam. Hanoi: Nha Xuat Ban The Gioi, 2010. 125-138.

“The South China Sea Dispute: A Review of Developments and Their Implications since the 2002 Declaration on the Conduct of Parties,” in K. V. Kesavan and Daljit Singh, eds., South and Southeast Asia: Responding to Changing Geo-Political and Security Challenges. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and New Delhi: KW Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010. 57-72 (with Ian Storey).

Southeast Asia: Patterns of Security Cooperation, ASPI Strategy Report. Canberra:

Australian Strategic Policy Institute, September 2010. 68pp.

“Southeast Asia: Patterns of Security Cooperation,” East Asia Forum, October 29, 2010.

http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2010/10/29/southeast-asia-patterns-of-

security-cooperation/print/

“The Trial of Le Cong Dinh: New Challenges to the Legitimacy of Vietnam’s Party-State,” Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 5(3), 2010, 196-207.

“The United States and Chinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea,” Security Challenges [Kokoda Foundation], 6(2), Winter 2010, 69-84.

“US Rapprochement with Laos and Cambodia,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, 32(3), 2010, 442-459.

“US-Vietnam Relations: A Scorecard,” Asia Pacific Bulletin (East-West Center, Washington, D.C.), No. 67, September 14, 2010. 1-2.

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“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2010 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2010. 490-491.

“Vietnam and Rising China: The Structural Dynamics of Mature Asymmetry,” in Daljit Singh, ed., Southeast Asian Affairs 2010. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2010. 392-409.

“Vietnam’s Crackdown on Pro-Democracy Activists,” Asian Currents (Asian Studies Association of Australia e-bulletin), no. 66, February 2010.

http://asaa.asn.au/publications/ac/asian-currents-10-02.html

“Vietnam’s Defensive Diplomacy,” Op Ed, The Wall Street Journal, August 20-22, 2010. 11,

2009

“Al Qaeda in Southeast Asia: Problematising ‘Linkages’ between Southeast Asian and International Terrorism,” in William Tow, ed., Re-envisioning Asia-Pacific Security: A Regional-Global Nexus? New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009 (with Greg Fealy). 211-227.

“Cambodia: The Cambodian People’s Party Consolidates Power,” in Daljit Singh, ed., Southeast Asian Affairs 2009 [Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009], 85-101.

“Kevin Rudd’s multi-layered Asia Pacific Community initiative”, East Asia Forum, June 22, 2009. http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2009/06/22/kevin- rudds-multi-layered-asia-pacific-community-initiative/.

“Kevin Rudd’s multi-layered Asia Pacific Community initiative,” East Asia Forum Quarterly, 1(2), July-September 2009, 15-16.

“Maritime Strategic Overview of the Asia-Pacific Region,” in Joshua Ho, ed., Realising Safe and Secure Seas for All: International Maritime Security

Conference 2009. Singapore: Select Publishing in association with Republic of Singapore Navy and S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2009. 25-

44.

“Multilateral Co-operation and Building Trust: Ideas for EU-Asian Relations,” Asien: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia [Mitgliederzeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Asiekunde e.V], 110, January 2009, 73-97.

“Multilateral Co-operation and Building Trust: Ideas for EU-Asian Relations,” in Liz Mohn, International Cultural Forum South East Asia 2008: Responses to Rapid Social Change in South East Asia. Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Stiftung, 2009. 73-97.

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”Political Legitimacy of Vietnam’s One Party-State: Challenges and Responses,” Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs [Hamburg: Institute of Global and Area Studies], 2009, 28(4), 47-70.

“Political Relations,” in Takashi Shiraishi, ed., Across the Causeway: A Multi- dimensional Study of Malaysia-Singapore Relations. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009. 80-91.

“Security Relations,” in Takashi Shiraishi, ed., Across the Causeway: A Multi- dimensional Study of Malaysia-Singapore Relations. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009. 163-174.

“A Sense of Community,” Australasia ASEAN Business (Sydney:

Palamedia), 1(1), May 2009, 149-150. www.aanzbusiness.com

“Terrorism Studies: The Dismal Science?,” in Sean Brawley, ed., Doomed to Repeat? Terrorism and the Lessons of History. Washington, D.C.: New Academia Publishing, 2009. 17-49.

“Thach thuc cho Tong thong Yudhoyono [Challenge for President Yudhoyono],” Tuoi Tre Online [Ho Chi Minh City], July 19, 2009.

http://www.tuoitre.com.vn/Tianyon/Index.aspx?ArticleID=327260&Channe

lID=94

“Vietnam,” in D. J. Sagar, ed., Political Parties of the World. 7 th Edition. London: John Harper Publishing, 2009. 646-648.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2009 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2009. 490-491.

“Vietnam

and

the

Challenge

of

Political

Civil

Society,”

Southeast Asia, 31(1), April 2009, 1-27.

Contemporary

Vietnam People’s Army: Development and Modernization. Armed Forces Lecture Paper Series Paper No. 4. Bandar Seri Begawan: Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, 2009. 43pp.

2008

“Ho Chi Minh,” William A. Darity, Jr., ed., International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2 nd Edition, Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. Vol. 3, 491-492.

“Myanmar’s Road Map to Democracy,” written commentary for Eye on Asia, Radio Singapore International, March 31, 2008.

“Radical Islam and Political Terrorism in Southeast Asia,” in Terence Chong, ed., Globalization and its Counter-forces in Southeast Asia. Singapore:

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008. 256-275.

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“Southeast Asian Reactions to China’s Peaceful Development Doctrine:

Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand,” NBR Analysis [Seattle: The National Bureau of Asian Research] 18(5), April 2008, 5-14.

“The Structure of Vietnam-China Relations, 1991-2008,” Journal of International Culture (December 2008), 1(2), 45-98.

“Thailand,” in Clinton Fernandes, ed., Hot Spot: Asia and Oceania. Hot Spot Histories. Westport, CT and London: Greenwood Press, 2008. 241-264.

“Vietnam,” in Stuart Farson, Peter Gill, Mark Phythian, and Shlomo Shapiro eds., PSI Handbook of Global Security and Intelligence: National Approaches, Vol. 1, The Americas and Asia. Westport, CT and London:

Praeger Security International, 2008. 300-317.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2008 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2008. 490-491.

2007

“China’s International Security Cooperation with Southeast Asia,” Australian Defence Force Journal. No. 172, 2007. 16-32.

“The Five Power Defence Arrangements: The Quiet Achiever,” Security Challenges, 3(1), February 2007. 79-96.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2007. 490-491.

“Vietnam: Air Force,” Jane’s Sentinel Risk Assessments, Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment – Southeast Asia, August 10, 2007.

“Vietnam: Armed Forces,” Jane’s Sentinel Risk Assessments, Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment – Southeast Asia, August 10, 2007.

“Vietnam: Army,” Jane’s Sentinel Risk Assessments, Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment – Southeast Asia, August 10, 2007.

“Vietnam: Defence Budget,” Jane’s Sentinel Risk Assessments, Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment – Southeast Asia, August 10, 2007.

“Vietnam Edges Towards Liberalisation,” Jane’s Foreign Report, June 14, 2007, online.

“Vietnam: The Internet Turns Ten,” Commentary written for Eye on Asia, Radio Singapore International, September 10, 2007.

“Vietnam: Navy,” Jane’s Sentinel Risk Assessments, Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment – Southeast Asia, August 10, 2007.

“Vietnam: Procurement,” Jane’s Sentinel Risk Assessments, Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment – Southeast Asia, August 10, 2007.

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“Vietnam: Production and R&D,” Jane’s Sentinel Risk Assessments, Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment – Southeast Asia, August 10, 2007.

“Vietnam: The Tenth Party Congress and After,” in Daljit Singh and Lorraine C. Salazar, eds., Southeast Asian Affairs 2007. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007. 381-397.

“Vietnam’s Regional Integration: Domestic and External Challenges to State Sovereignty,” in Stephanie Balme and Mark Sidel, eds., Vietnam’s New Order:

International Perspectives on the State and Reform in Vietnam. London:

Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 31-50.

2006

“Political Dissent and Political Reform in Vietnam, 1997-2002,” in Claudia Derichs and Thomas Heberer, eds. The Power of Ideas: Intellectual Input and Political Change in East and Southeast Asia, NIAS Studies in Asian Topics No. 36, Copenhagen S: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press, 2006. 115-132.

“Politicheskii Terrorizm v Iugo-Vostochnoi Azii: Real’naia Kartina (Political Terrorism in Southeast Asia: A Net Assessment),” Vladimir Mazyrin, Oksana Novakova and Peter Tsvetov eds., Asia Pacific Outlook 2004-2005. Moscow:

Center for Modern Southeast Asia and Pacific Studies, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State Lomonossov University, 2006. 103-116.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2006 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.,2006. 487 and 490.

2005

“Al Qaeda and Political Terrorism in Southeast Asia,” in Paul Smith, ed., Terrorism and Violence in Southeast Asia: Transnational Challenges to States and Regional Stability. New York: M. E. Sharpe, 2005. 79-97.

“ASEAN’s Tenth Summit,” ASEAN Focus Group, Asian Analysis, January

2005.

“Leadership Dynamics in Terrorist Organizations in Southeast Asia,” in John T. Hanley, Kongdan Oh Hassig and Caroline F. Ziemke, eds., Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Dynamics and Structures of Terrorist Threats in Southeast Asia, Held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. IDA Paper P- 4026, Joint Advanced Warfighting Program. Alexandria, VA: The Institute for Defense Analysis, September 2005. II4-33, 76-105.

“New Terrorism in Southeast Asia,” in Damien Kingsbury, ed., Violence in Between: Conflict and Security in Archipelagic Southeast Asia, Clayton:

Monash University Press, 2005, 53-74.

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Leadership Dynamics in Terrorist Organisations in Southeast Asia, Leadership Papers No. 3, Canberra: Centre for Defence Leadership Studies, Australian Defence College, 2005. 26pp.

“Rethinking Hubs and Spokes? US Military Relations with Southeast Asia,” in Catharin Dalpino and David Steinberg eds., Georgetown Southeast Asia Survey 2004-2205. Washington, D.C. Asian Studies Program, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 2005. 53-63. (with Catharin Dalpino)

“The Prospects for Strategic Dialogue,” in Catharin E. Dalpino editor, Dialogue on U.S.-Vietnam Relations: Ten Years After Normalization. San Francisco: The Asia Foundation, 2005. 26-30.

“Vietnam,” in Khairy Jamaluddin, Robert H. Taylor and Carlyle A. Thayer, Regional Outlook Forum 2005: Political Outlook for Malaysia, Myanmar and Vietnam, Trends in Southeast Asia Series 2(2005), Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005. 20-31.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2005 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2005. 490-491.

“Vietnam,” in Bogdan Szajkowski, ed., Political Parties of the World. 6 th Edition. London: John Harper Publishing, 2005. 652-654.

2004

“The Army as a Political and Economic Actor in Vietnam,” in Christopher Goscha and Benoît de Tréglodé, eds., Naissance d’un Etat-Parti: Le Viet Nam depuis 1945/The Birth of a Party-State: Vietnam since 1945. Paris: Les Indes Savantes, 2004. 355-381. (with Gérard Hervouet)

“Laos,” in Russell Heng Hiang Khng and Denis Hew, eds., Regional Outlook:

Southeast Asia 2004-2005. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2004. 18-21.

“Laos in 2003: Counter-Revolution Fails to Ignite,” Asian Survey, 44(1), January/February 2004. 110-114.

“Political Terrorism in Southeast Asia,” Pointer [Singapore: quarterly journal of the Singapore Armed Forces], October-December 2003, 29(4), 53-62.

“Southeast Asia’s Marred Miracle,” Current History, 103(672), April 2004, 177-

182.

“Transnational Terrorism: The Threat to Australia, ”What’s Next? [Perth:

Future Directions International], October 2004, 12.

“Vietnam: 2004 Mid Term Review,” Asian Analysis, ASEAN Focus Group, April 2004.

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“Vietnam,” in Karen Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2003 Year in Review. Chicago: Encyuclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2004, 490-491.

“Vietnam,” in Karen Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2004 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 2004. 490-491.

2003

“ASEAN and Indochina: The Dialogue,” in Sharon Siddique and Sree Kumar, compilers, The 2 nd ASEAN Reader. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2003. 81-84.

“The Bush-Howard Doctrines: Pulling Down the International System?”, What’s Next? [Future Directions International], September 2003. 10-11.

“China’s ‘New Security Concept’ and Southeast Asia,” in David W. Lovell, ed., Asia-Pacific Security: Policy Challenges. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and Canberra: Asia Pacific Press, 2003. 89-107.

“The Economic and Commercial Roles of the Vietnam People’s Army,” in Jörn Brömmelhörster and Wolf-Christian Paes, eds., The Military as an Economic Actor: Soldiers in Business. International Political Economy Series. London:

Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. 74-93 and 199-201.

“The French in Indochina: The Political Background to the Conflict,” in Keith Brent, ed., Air Power and Wars of National Liberation. The Proceedings of the 2002 RAAF History Conference. Canberra: Aerospace Centre, 2003. 13-29.

“Laos in 2002: Regime Maintenance Through Political Stability,” Asian Survey, 43(1), January/February 2003, 120-126.

“No, Al Qaeda Isn’t Everywhere,” The 5 th Column, Far Eastern Economic Review, August 21, 2003. 20.

“Political developments in Vietnam: the rise and demise of Le Kha Phieu, 1997-2001,” in Lisa B. W. Drummond and Mandy Thomas, eds., Consuming Urban Culture in Contemporary Vietnam. London and New York:

RoutledgeCurzon Press, 2003. 21-34.

“Political Terrorism and Militant Islam in Southeast Asia,” in Mohd. Shafie Apdal and Carlyle A. Thayer, Security, Political Terrorism and Militant Islam in Southeast Asia, Trends in Southeast Asia Series 7, Singapore:

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2003. 11-30.

“The Sino-US Rivalry for Influence in Southeast Asia,” South China Morning Post, April 10, 2003.

“Transnational Threats and Civil-Military Relations in the Asia-Pacific,” AUS- CSCAP Newsletter, No. 15, May 2003, 43-46.

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“Transnational Threats and Civil-Military Relations in the Asia-Pacific,” What’s Next? (Perth: Future Directions International). March 2003, 10-11.

US Grand Strategy: Implications for Alliance Partners. Chairman’s Summary of Key Themes CDSS Conference 2003. Canberra: Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, 2003. 5pp.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2003 Book of the Year. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2003. 521-522.

“Vietnam,” in Karen J. Sparks, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica 2002 Year in Review. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2003. 521-522.

“Vietnam: A Backlash Against Religious Reconciliation” Asian Analysis, ASEAN Focus Group, November 2003. http://www.aseanfocus.com/asiananalysis/latest.cfm

“Vietnam: Has Hanoi Seen the Light?, Asian Analysis, ASEAN Focus Group, June 2003. http://www.aseanfocus.com/asiananalysis/latest.cfm#a653

“Vietnam: The Stewardship of Nong Duc Manh,” in Daljit Singh and Chin Kin Wah, eds., Southeast Asian Affairs 2003. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2003. 313-326.

2002

“Army, Party and Market in Vietnam,” in Albert Legault and Joel Sokolsky, eds, The Soldier and the State in the Post Cold War Era (Kingston and Montreal: The Queen's Quarterly Special Edition published in cooperation with the l’Institut Québécois des Hautes Études Internationales, Université Laval, l’Université du Québec à Montréal and the Royal Military College of Canada, 2002), 145-161. (with Gérard Hervouet)

“Civil-Military Relations in Asia Pacific (Australia, Fiji and New Zealand),” Consultancy Report for Project on Global Civil-Military Relations, co-sponsored by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress and Foreign Military Studies Office, U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, September 2002. 30pp.

“Pragmatic Vietnam leader keeps reform within limits,” South China Morning Post, December 10, 2002.

“Vietnam,” in Alan J. Day ed., Political Parties of the World. 5 th Edition. London: John Harper Publishing, 2002. 523-524.

“Vietnam,” in Charles P. Trumbull, ed., 2002 Britannica Book of the Year. Chicago, London, Sydney, Tokyo: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 2002.

521-522.

“Vietnam,” in Charles P. Trumbull, ed., Encyclopedia Britannica 2001 Year in Review. Chicago, London, Sydney, Tokyo: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 2002. 521-522.

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“Vietnam:

Constitutional

and

Political

Reforms

Continue,”

Focus Group, Asian Analysis, March 2002.

ASEAN

http://www.aseanfocus.com/asiananalysis/Article.cfm?ArticleID=484

“Vietnam:

Politics

and

Analysis, August 2002.

Corruption,”

ASEAN

Focus

Group,

Asian

http://www.aseanfocus.com/asiananalysis/Article.cfm?ArticleID=548

“Vietnam in 2001: The Ninth Party Congress and After,” Asian Survey, 42(1), January/February 2002. 81-89.

“Vietnam's Doi Moi: Progress and Prospects,” in Mohamed Jawhar Hassan, Stephen Leong and Vincent Lim, eds., Asia Pacific Security:

Challenges and Opportunities in the 21 st Century. Kuala Lumpur: ISIS Malaysia, 2002. 583-596.

“Vietnam: The Policy Process.” ASEAN Focus Group, Asian Analysis, December 2002.

http://www.aseanfocus.com/asiananalysis/Article.cfm?ArticleID=587

“Vietnamese Perspectives of the ‘China Threat’,” in Herbert Yee and Ian James Storey, eds., The China Threat: Perceptions, Myths and Reality. London: RoutledgeCurzon Taylor & Francis Group, 2002. 265-287.

2001

“Armée et Parti au Viêt-Nam: une symbiose au service de l’économie de marché,” Études Internationales [Institut Québécois des Hautes Études Internationales, Université Laval], 32(2), Juin 2001, 337-350. (with Gérard Hervouet).

“ASEAN Ten Plus Three: An Evolving East Asian Community?” Comparative Connections: An E-Journal on East Asian Bilateral Relations (Honolulu: Pacific Forum-CSIS), 2(4), 4 th Quarter, January 2001. 52-61.

http://www.csis.org./pacfor/cc/004Qchina_asean.html

“Australia-Indonesia Relations: The Case of East Timor,” Taiwanese Journal of Australian Studies, 2, 2001, 156-178.

“Cam Ranh Bay: Past Imperfect, Future Conditional,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, 23(3), December 2001, 452-473 (with Ian James Storey).

"China-ASEAN Relations: Making the Rounds," Comparative Connections: An E-Journal on East Asian Bilateral Relations (Honolulu:

Pacific Forum-CSIS), 3(2), 2nd Quarter, July 2001. 60-67.

“China-ASEAN Relations: Regional Rivalries and Bilateral Irritants,” Comparative Connections: An E-Journal on East Asian Bilateral Relations (Honolulu: Pacific Forum-CSIS), 3(1), 1st Quarter, April 2001. 58-69.

http://www.csis.org/pacfor/cc/0101Qchina_asean.html

“China-Southeast Asia Relations: Developing Multilateral Cooperation,” Comparative Connections: An E-Journal on East Asian Bilateral Relations

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(Honolulu:

http://www.csis.org/pacfor/cc/0103Qchina_asean.html

Pacific

Forum-CSIS),

3(3),

3rd

Quarter,

October

2001.

71-79.

“China’s Strategy to Counter U.S. Power and Presence: Southeast Asian Reactions,” in Bonnie Glaser, Project Director, Consultancy Report on Regional Reactions to China’s Strategy to Counter U.S. Power and Presence (U). Office of the Secretary of Defense/International Security Affairs, Washington, D. C., December 2001. 11pp.

“The Condition of Vietnam 1945-2000,” The Australian People: An Encyclopedia of the Nation, Its People and Their Origins. Melbourne:

Cambridge University Press, 2001. 721-722.

“The Impact of a Conflict on China’s Relations with Southeast Asia and Australia,” in Andrew Scobell, ed., The Costs of Conflict: The Impact on China of a Future War. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2001. 79-109.

http://www.carlisle.army.mil/ssi/pubs/2001/chincost/chincost.pdf

“Indonesia: A Potentially Failed State?” Currents (Honolulu: Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies), vol. 10, Spring 2001, 4.

Oral Testimony and Questions and Answers Panel-2 Vietnam, Hearing on Religious Persecution in Vietnam and Indonesia, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, Senate Dirksen Office Building, Washington, D.C., February 13, 2001. http://www.uscirf.gov/hearings/13feb01/thayer.php3 and

http://www.uscirf.gov/hearings/13feb01/q_Panel2.php3

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http://www.asiaweek.com/asiaweek/magazine/threesixty/0,8782,182312,00

.html.

“Podium:

Unity

in

Adversity,”

Asiaweek,

November

9,

2001.

“Scramble for Cam Ranh Bay as Russia prepares to withdraw,” Jane’s Intelligence Review, December 2001, 34-37. (with Ian James Storey).

“Vietnam,” in Joel Krieger, editor in chief, The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. 2nd Edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.

888-890.

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“Vietnam: The Many Roles of the VPA,” in Muthiah Alagappa, ed., Military Professionalism in Asia: Conceptual and Empirical Perspectives. Honolulu: East-West Center, 2001. 137-149.

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“Vietnam's Integration into the Region and the Asian Financial Crisis,” in Martin Großheim. And J. H. Vincent Houben, eds., Vietnam, Regional Integration and the Asian Financial Crisis: Vietnamese and European Perspectives. Passau Contributions to Southeast Asian Studies 9, Passau:

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2000

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“Demobilization but not Disarmament—Personnel Reduction and Force Modernization in Vietnam,” in Natalie Pauwels, ed., War Force to Work Force: Global Perspectives on Demobilization and Reintegration. BICC Schriften zu Abrüstung und Konversion. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellshaft, 2000. 199-219.

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“New Fault Lines in ASEAN?” Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter, 26(9), February/March 2000, 26-27.

“Obituary: Pham Van Dong,” Vietnam Business Journal, May 2000, internet version. http://www.viam.com/05-2000/phamvandong.htm

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“Vietnam, the Asian Financial Crisis and Doi Moi 2,” Harvard Asia Quarterly. 4(1), Winter 2000, 12-16.

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2000.

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1999

“ASEAN Disunity Effects Regional Security,” Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 1999 Annual Reference Edition. 25(1), 11-12.

“Beijing Plans for a Long-Term Partnership and Benefits from Anti- Western Sentiment: China and ASEAN Relations (July-September 1999),” Comparative Connections: A Quarterly E-Journal on East Asian Bilateral Relations [Honolulu: Pacific Forum-CSIS], 1(2), 3rd Quarter, October 1999. 39-44. http://www.csis.org/pacfor/cc/993Qchina_asean.html

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1999. 215-232. (with Ramses Amer)

“Cooperation on All Fronts: Strengthening U.S.-Vietnam Defense Ties,” Vietnam Business Journal 8(4), October 1999.

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“Crisis Management,” Vietnam Business Journal. July/August 1999. 7(3), 20-21.

“Laos in 1998: Continuity Under New Leadership,” Asian Survey. January-February 1999, 39(1), 38-42.

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Institute of Southeast Asia Studies, 1999. 1-17.

“A Time for Consolidation,” Vietnam Business Journal, May/June 1999, 7(2), 34-35.

“Vietnam,” in Daljit Singh and Tin Maung Maung Than, eds., Regional Outlook: Southeast Asia 1999-2000. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1999. 29-33.

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1998

Cambodia and Regional Stability: ASEAN and Constructive Engagement. The CICP Distinguished Lecture Series Report Issue no. 14. Phnom Penh: Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, June 1998.

29pp.

“Cambodia Continues Course of Political Violence,” Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter Annual Reference Edition, xxiv(1), January-February 1998,

16-17.

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“Keeping an Even Keel,” Vietnam Business Journal. 6(2), March/April

1998. 30-32.

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56-57.

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“The Power Game”, Vietnam Business Journal, October 1998, 6(5) 42-44.

“Problems and Prospects of Asia-Pacific Security: An Australian Perspective”, in Abdul Razak Baginda and Anthony Bergin, eds., Asia-

Pacific's Security Dilemma: Multilateral Relations Amidst Political, Social and Economic Changes. London: ASEAN Academic Publishers for Australian Defence Studies Centre and Malaysian Strategic Research Centre, 1998. 97-

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“Vietnam,” in George Thomas Kurian, editor-in-chief, The World Encyclopedia of Parliaments and Legislatures. 2 vols. Washington, D.C.:

Congressional Quarterly Publishers, 1998. vol. 2, 734-739.

“Vietnam,” in Wolfgang Sachsenröder and Ulrike E. Frings (eds), Political Party Systems and Democratic Development in East and Southeast

Asia. Vol. 1 Southeast Asia. Aldershot, Brookfield, Singapore and Sydney:

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1998. 2 vols. 449-508.

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1997

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“ASEAN’s Expanding Membership,” Written submission to the ASEAN Inquiry, Foreign Affairs Sub-Committee, Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 38th Parliament, Submissions. Canberra, March 1997, Vol. 1, 71-94.

“Australia and Southeast Asia,” in F. A. Mediansky, ed., Australian Foreign Policy: Into the New Millennium. Sydney: Macmillan Education Australia, 1997. 251-166.

“Force Modernization: The Case of the Vietnam People’s Army,” in Contemporary South East Asia. vol. 19, no. 1, June 1997. 1-28.

“Cambodia Recedes as Regional Security Issue,” Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 1997 Annual Reference Edition, xxiii, 1, January 1997, 16.

“International Relations and Security: A Rapid Overview of a Decade of Doi Moi.” in Adam Fforde, ed., Doi Moi Ten Years after the 1986 Party Congress. Political and Social Change Monograph 24, Canberra: Department of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 1997. 25-46.

“The New Security Architecture in Southeast Asia: Neither Collective Security Nor Collective Defence,” in Don McMillen, ed., Globalisation and Regional Communities: Geoeconomic, Sociocultural and Security Implications for Australia. Toowoomba: The University of Southern Queensland Press, 1997. 394-400.

Prospects for Political Stability in Cambodia. Practical Management Writenet Consultancy Report. London: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. December 1997. 37pp.

“Vietnam and ASEAN: A First Anniversary Assessment,” Southeast Asian Affairs. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1997. 364-374.

“Vietnam: Developments of a Military Nature,” Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 1997 Annual Reference Edition, xxiii, 1, January 1997, 14.

“Viet Nam: History,” in The Far East and Australasia 1997. London:

Europa Publications Limited, 1997. 1046-1056 and 1076-1077 (with Ralph Smith).

1996

“Arms Control in Southeast Asia,” Defense Analysis, vol. 12, no. 1, April 1996, 77-85.

“Indochina,” in Gary Klintworth, ed., Asia-Pacific Security: Less Uncertainty and New Opportunities? Sydney: Longmann Cheshire and New York: St. Martin’s, 1996. 132-147.

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“Internal Southeast Asian Dynamics: Vietnam’s Membership in ASEAN,” in Hadi Soesastro and Anthony Bergin, eds., The Role of Security and Economic Cooperation Structures in the Asia Pacific Region: Indonesian and Australian Views. Jakarta: Centre for Strategic and International Studies, 1996. 78-88.

“Strategic Outlook in Indochina,” Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 1996 Annual Reference Edition, xxii, 1/2, January-February 1996. 12-13.

“The UN in Cambodia: A Critical Overview,” in Viberto Selochan and Carlyle A. Thayer, eds., Bringing Democracy to Cambodia Canberra:

Australian Defence Studies Centre, 1996. 127-136.

“Vietnam and Cambodia: Issues in Sino-Australia Relations, 1985-95”, in Colin Mackerras (ed.), Australia and China: Partners in Asia. Melbourne:

Macmillan Education Australia, 1996. 43-56.

“Vietnam, Democratic Republic of” in Stanley I. Kutler, ed., The Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War New York: Simon and Schuster, 1996. 582- 586. (with Adam Land)

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1995

“Introduction,” Bui Tin, Following Ho Chi Minh: Memoirs of a North Vietnamese Colonel Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, London: C. Hurst Publishers, 1995. vii-xiv. Also published as Bui Tin, From Cadre to Exile: The Memoirs of a North Vietnamese Journalist. Chiang Mai [Thailand]: Silkworm Books, 1995. vii-xiv.

“Mono-Organizational Socialism and the State,” in Benedict J. Tria Kerkvliet and Doug J. Porter, eds., Vietnam’s Rural Transformation Transitions: Asia and Asian America Series, Boulder: Westview Press and Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1995, 39-64.

“Russian Policy Toward Vietnam,” in Peter Shearman, ed., Russian Foreign Policy Since 1990. Boulder, San Francisco and Oxford: Westview Press, 1995, 201-223.

“The UN Transitional Authority in Cambodia,” in Ramesh Thakur and Carlyle A. Thayer eds., A Crisis of Expectations: UN Peacekeeping in the 1990s. Boulder: Westview Press, 1995, 121-140.

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“Vietnam’s Strategic Readjustment,” in Stuart Harris and Gary Klintworth, eds., China as a Great Power: Myths, Realities and Challenges in the Asia-Pacific Region. Melbourne: Longmann Australia Pty Ltd. and New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995, 185-201.

1994

“Sino-Vietnamese Relations: The Interplay of Ideology and National Interest,” Asian Survey, June 1994, vol. xxxiv, no. 6, 513-528.

“Vietnam: Coping with China,” in Daljit Singh, ed., Southeast Asian Affairs 1994 (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1994). 351-367.

Vietnam’s Developing Ties with the Region: The Case for Defence Cooperation. ADSC Working Paper no. 24. Canberra: Australian Defence Studies Centre, Australian Defence Force Academy, June 1994. 27pp.

“Vietnam’s Program of Renovation,” in Graham Hassall and Truong Truong, eds., Infrastructural Development and Legal Change in Vietnam (Carlton: The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, The University of Melbourne Law School, 1994), 1-15.

1993

“Avstraliia i V’etnam: torgovlia, investitsii, politika” [Australia and Vietnam: Commerce, Investment and Politics], in E. P. Glazunov, G. G. Kadymov, V. M. Mazyrin and E. A. Fomicheva, eds., Strany Indokitaia v mezhdunarodnom ekonomicheskom sotrudnichestve: vozmozhnosti i perspektivy [The Countries of Indochina and International Economic Co- operation: Possibilities and Prospects], Moskva: Mezhdunarodnyi Tsentr Nauchno-tekhnicheskoi Informatsii i Assotsiatsiia Indokitaistov, 1993), 56–63.

“Indochina,” in Ramesh Thakur and Carlyle A. Thayer, eds., Reshaping Regional Relations: Asia-Pacific and the Former Soviet Union (Boulder, San Francisco and Oxford: Westview Press, 1993), 201–222.

“Introduction,” in Carlyle A. Thayer and David G. Marr, eds., Vietnam and the Rule of Law. Political and Social Change Monograph no. 19, (Canberra: Department of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, 1993). 1–20.

“Political Reform in Vietnam,” Current Affairs Bulletin (June 1993), vol. 70, no. 1, 22–26.

“Political Developments and Changes in Vietnam in the Last Five Years,” in Richard Braddock and Phillip Roberts, eds., Speeches from the Conference “Vietnam: Which Way Now”. (North Ryde, NSW: Asia-Pacific Research Institute, Macquarie University, 1993). 37–44. Reprinted 1995, 32-38.

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“Recent Political Developments: Constitutional Change and the 1992 Elections,” in Carlyle A. Thayer and David G. Marr, eds., Vietnam and the Rule of Law Political and Social Change Monograph no. 19, (Canberra:

Department of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, 1993). 50–80.

“Vietnam”, in Joel Krieger, editor in chief, The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1993).

955–956.

1992

“Australia and Southeast Asia,” in F. A. Mediansky, ed., Australia in a

Sydney: Maxwell Macmillan

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“Political Reform in Vietnam: Doi Moi and the Emergence of Civil Society,” in Robert F. Miller, ed., The Developments of Civil Society in Communist Systems. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1992. 110-129.

“The Soviet Union and Indochina,” in Roger E. Kanet, Deborah Nutter Miner, and Tamara J. Resler, eds., Soviet Foreign Policy in Transition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992. 236-255.

“Vietnam: A Critical Analysis,” in Peter R. Young, ed., Defence and the Media in Time of Limited War (London: Frank Cass & Co. Ltd., 1992), 89-115.

1991

“Civil Society and the Soviet-Vietnamese Alliance,” in Chandran Kukathas, David Lovell and William Maley, eds., The Transition from Socialism: State and Civil Society in Gorbachev’s USSR. Sydney: Longmana Cheshire, 1991. 198-218.

“Renovation and Vietnamese Society: The Changing Roles of Government and Administration,” in Dean K. Forbes, Terence H. Hull, David G. Marr and Brian Brogan, eds., Dôi Mói Vietnam’s Economic Renovation:

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1990

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“Force Modernization in the ASEAN States,” in Gregory R. Copley, ed., The Era of Great Change. Proceedings of Force Modernization ‘90: The Asia- Pacific Security Conference, Singapore, February 1990. Washington and London: Defense & Foreign Affairs, International Media Corporation, 1990.

38-46.

“Indochina,” in Desmond Ball and Cathy Downes, eds., Security and Defence: Pacific and Global Perspectives. Sydney, Wellington, Boston, and London: Allen and Unwin, 1990. 398-411.

“Prospects for Change in Vietnam,” in Penelope Lee and Luke Hardy eds., Sea Changes. Development Dossier no. 25. Canberra: Australian Council for Overseas Aid, August 1990. 25-31.

Trends in Force Modernization in Southeast Asia. Working Paper no. 91, Canberra: Peace Research Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, September 1990. 20pp.

“Vietnam and the Soviet Union: Perceptions and Policies,” in Carlyle A. Thayer et al., Trends and Strains: Pakistan, India, Vietnam, Japan. New Delhi: Continental Publishing House for The International Institute for Asia Pacific Studies, 1990. 99-118.

1989

“China’s Domestic Crisis and Vietnamese Responses, April-July 1989,” in Gary Klintworth, ed., China’s Crisis: The International Implications. Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defence no. 57. Canberra: Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, The Australian National University, 1989. 83-97.

“Obtaining and Securing Peace Within Kampuchea: The Next Phase (Withdrawal/Neutralisation),” in Donald H. McMillen, ed., Working Papers of the Third International Conference on Indochina, Conflict Resolution in Kampuchea. Brisbane: Centre for the Study of Australian-Asian Relations, Division of International and Asian Studies, Griffith University, August 1989.

72-93.

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“Prospects for Peace in Kampuchea: Soviet Initiatives and Indochinese Responses,” The Indonesian Quarterly [Jakarta: Centre for Strategic and International Studies], (2nd Quarter 1989), vol. xvii, no. 2, 157-172.

“Vietnam and the Soviet Union: Perceptions and Policies,” in Pushpa Thambipillai and Daniel C. Matuszewski, eds, The Soviet Union and the Asia- Pacific Region: Views from the Region. New York, Westport and London :

Praeger Publishers, 1989. 134-153.

“Vietnamese Refugees: Why the Outflow Continues,” in Amin Saikal ed., Refugees in the Modern World. Canberra Studies in World Affairs no. 25. Canberra: Department of International Relations, The Australian National University, 1989. 45-96.

1988

“ASEAN and Indochina: The Trend Towards Dialogue?” in Ralph H. C. Hayburn, ed., New Zealand and the ASEAN Countries. Dunedin: The University of Otago, 1988. 46-68.

“Australian Perceptions and Indonesian Reality,” New Zealand International Review [Wellington: New Zealand Institute of International Affairs], (July/August 1988), vol. xiii, no. 4, 5-8.

“Australia’s Perceptions on South-East Asian Security,” The Journal of the United Service Institution of India [New Delhi], (April-June 1988), vol. cxviii, no. 492, 125-130.

“Political Development in Viet Nam, 1975-85,” in Colin Mackerras, Robert Cribb and Allan Healy, eds., Contemporary Vietnam: Perspectives

from Australia. Wollongong: The University of Wollongong Press, 1988. 59-

77.

“The Regularization of Politics: Continuity and Change in the Party’s Central Committee, 1951-1986,” in David G. Marr and Christine P. White, eds., Postwar Vietnam: Dilemmas in Socialist Development. Ithaca, N.Y.:

Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University , 1988. 177-193.

“Vietnamese: The Condition of Vietnam, 1945-1985,” James Jupp, general editor, The Australian People: An Encyclopedia of the Nation, Its People and Their Origins. Sydney: Angus & Robertson Publishers, 1988. 831-833.

1987

“Introduction” (with Ramesh Thakur), in Ramesh Thakur and Carlyle A. Thayer, eds., The Soviet Union as an Asian Pacific Power: Implications of Gorbachev's 1986 Vladivostok Initiative. Boulder and London: Westview Press and South Melbourne: Macmillan Australia, 1987. 1-10.

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“Kampuchea: Soviet Initiatives and Regional Responses,” in Ramesh Thakur and Carlyle A. Thayer, eds., The Soviet Union as an Asian Pacific Power: Implications of Gorbachev’s 1986 Vladivostok Initiative. Boulder:

Westview Press, 1987. 171-200.

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“The Vietnam People’s Army Today,” Indochina Issues [Washington, D.C.: Center for International Policy], (January 1987), no. 72, 1-7.

1986

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“Australian Scholarship and Indochina,” ASAA Review [Asian Studies Association of Australia], (July 1986), vol. 10, no. 1, 123-132.

“Vietnam’s Foreign Policy: The Background Factors,” Current Affairs Bulletin [The University of Sydney], (February 1986), vol. 62, no. 9, 21-30.

1985

“Indochina and ASEAN: The Trend Towards Dialogue,” in Proceedings of the Third Australia-Indonesia Seminar, Griffith University, 16-17 July 1984. Australia-Asia Papers, Research Paper no. 31 Special Issue. Nathan, Queensland: Centre for the Study of Australian-Asian Relations, School of Modern Asian Studies, Griffith University, May 1985. 26-39.

“United States Policy Towards Revolutionary Regimes: Vietnam (l975- 1983),” in Dick Clark, ed., U.S. Foreign Policy: Adjusting to Change in the Third World. no. 85-W441. Wye Plantation, Queenstown, MD: Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1985. 121-128.

“Vietnam,” in Zakaria Haji Ahmad and Harold Crouch, eds., Military- Civilian Relations in South-East Asia. Singapore and New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. 234-266.

“Vietnam,” in Haruhiro Fukui, editor in chief, Political Parties of Asia and the Pacific. The Greenwood Historical Encyclopedia of the World’s Political Parties. Westport and London: Greenwood Press, 1985. vol. 2 (Laos - Western Samoa). 1091-1195.

“Vietnam: Ideology and the Lessons from Experience,” in William S. Turley, ed., Confrontation or Coexistence: The Future of ASEAN-Vietnam Relations. Bangkok: The Institute of Security and International Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1985. 49-74.

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1984

“Laos in 1983: Pragmatism in the Transition to Socialism,” Asian Survey [University of California at Berkeley], (January 1984), vol. xxiv, no. 1, 49-59.

“Vietnamese Perspectives on International Security: Three Revolutionary Currents,” in Donald H. McMillen, ed., Asian Perspectives on International Security. London: Macmillan Press, 1984. 57-76.

1983

“Laos in 1982: The Third Congress of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party,” Asian Survey, (January 1983), vol. xxiii, no. 1, 84-93.

“Socialist Vietnam,” Current Affairs Bulletin [The University of Sydney], (March 1983), vol. 59, no. 10, 4-18

“Vietnam’s New Pragmatism,” Current History [Philadelphia], (April 1983), vol. 82, no. 483, 158-161 and 183-184.

“Vietnam’s Two Strategic Tasks: Building Socialism and Defending the Fatherland,” in Pushpa Thambipillai, ed., Southeast Asian Affairs 1983. [Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore]. Aldershot: Gower Publishing Company, 1983. 299-324.

“Statement of Carlyle A. Thayer, Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of New South Wales, and Currently Visiting Fellow, Yale University,” in Cambodia After 5 Years of Vietnamese Occupation. Hearing and Markup before the Committee on Foreign Relations and its Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs, House of Representatives, 98th Congress, 1st Session on H. Con. Res. 176, September 15; October 6 and 18, 1983. Washington, D. C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1983. 30-49 and 64-65.

1982

“Building Socialism: South Vietnam Since the Fall of Saigon,” in Carlyle A. Thayer and David G. Marr, Vietnam Since 1975 - Two Views From Australia. CSAAR Research Paper no. 20. Brisbane: Centre for the Study of Australian-Asian Relations, Griffith University, August 1982. 1-53.

“Laos and Vietnam: The Anatomy of a ‘Special Relationship’,” in Martin Stuart-Fox, ed., Contemporary Laos: Studies in the Politics and Society of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. New York: St. Martin’s Press and Brisbane: The University of Queensland Press, 1982. 245-273.

1981

“New Evidence from Kampuchea,” Problems of Communism (May-June 1981), vol. xxx, no. 3, 91-96.

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“Vietnam’s

Foreign

Policy,”

World

Review

[Australian

Institute

of

International Affairs], (June 1981), vol. 20, no. 2, 30-40.

1980

“Australia and Vietnam, 1950-1980, Part II, From Conciliation to Condemnation, 1972-1980,” Dyason House Papers [Australian Institute of International Affairs], (March 1980), vol. 6, no. 3, 5-12.

“Vietnam’s Foreign Policies (1975-1979): Implications for Australia,” Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament, Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence, Subcommittee on Indo-China, Official Hansard Report (June 13, 1980). Canberra: Australian Government Printer, 1980. 280-356.

“Vietnam:

Beleaguered

Outpost

of

Socialism,”

Current

History

(December 1980), vol. 79, no. 461, 165-169 and 196-197.

1979

“The ‘Two-Lines’ Conflict in the Khmer Revolution,” in Malcolm Salmon, ed., The Vietnam-Kampuchea-China Conflicts: Motivations, Background, Significance. Working Paper no. 1. Canberra: Department of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, March 1979. 20-28.

“Development Strategies in Vietnam: The Fourth National Congress of the Vietnam Communist Party,” Asian Profile [Hong Kong], (June 1979), vol. 7, no. 3, 275-286.

1978

“Vietnam’s External Policy: An Overview,” Pacific Community [Tokyo], (January 1978), vol. 9, no. 2, 212-231.

“Dilemmas of Development in Vietnam,” Current History (December 1978), vol. 75, no. 442, 221-225.

The Origins of the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1978. 2 Vols.

1977

“Vietnam in World Affairs,” Dyason House Papers (June 1977), vol. 3, no. 5, 5-8.

“Foreign Policy Orientations of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam,” in Kernial S. Sandhu, ed., Southeast Asian Affairs 1977. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1977. 306-324.

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“Review Article: Ending the Vietnam War,” ASAA Review, (November 1977), vol. i, no. 2, 58-64.

1976

“North Vietnam in 1975: National Liberation, Reunification and Socialist Construction,” Asian Survey (January 1976), vol. xvi, no. 1, 14-22.

“Political Developments in South Vietnam: Transition to Socialism,” South-East Asian Spectrum [Bangkok: South-East Asia Treaty Organization], (July-September 1976), vol. iv, no. 4, 30-39.

“Vietnam: Republic of South Vietnam,” in Richard F. Staar, ed., Yearbook

on International Communist Affairs 1976. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press,

1976.

407-430.

 

1975

“The

Democratic

Republic

of

Vietnam

in

1974:

The

Politics

of

Transition,” Asian Survey (January 1975), vol. xv, no. 1, 61-69.

“The PRG and the Unification of Vietnam,” Dyason House Papers (June 1975), vol. i, no. 5, 1-5.

“Southern Vietnamese Revolutionary Organizations and the Vietnam Workers’ Party: Continuity and Change, 1954-1974,” in Joseph J. Zasloff and MacAlister Brown, eds., Communism in Indochina: New Perspectives. Lexington: D.C. Heath and Company, 1975. 27-56.

“Vietnam: Republic of Vietnam,” in Richard F. Staar, ed., Yearbook on

International Communist Affairs 1975. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press,

1975. 440-454.

1974

“Origin of the National Liberation Front: Debate on Unification Within the Vietnam Workers’ Party,” Vietnam Report [Saigon: Vietnam Council on Foreign Relations], Part I, (July 1974), vol. iii, no. 14, 12-15 and Part II, (August 1974), vol. iii, no. 15, 12-15.

“Vietnam: Republic of Vietnam (Vietnam Cong San Dang),” in Richard F. Staar, ed., Yearbook on International Communist Affairs 1974. Stanford:

Hoover Institution Press, 1974. 559-571.

1973

“The Social Basis of Politics in Vietnam: A Rejoinder,” Australian Outlook [Australian Institute of International Affairs], (December 1973), vol. 27, no. 3, 262-271.

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1969

Bibliography of the National Liberation Front of South Viet-Nam. New Haven: Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, 1969. 25pp.

1967

“The National Liberation Front of South Vietnam,” (May 1967) in Douglas Pike, compiler, The History of the Vietnam War, Unit 5, The National Liberation Front. Berkeley: Indochina Archives, The University of California, 1990. Fiche nos. 1-177.

Distance Education and Course Texts

editor and complier, The Vietnam War, 1954-75: American, Australian and Vietnamese Perspectives. Master of Defence Studies Distance Education Program. Canberra: University College, The University of New South Wales and Australian Defence Force Academy, 1996. 2 vols. 1351pp.

editor and compiler, Asia Pacific: Historical, Cultural, Religious, Ethnic, Economic and Political Issues that Shape the Strategic Environment. Study Area Five, Module 5.1. Weston Creek: Australian College of Defence and Strategic Studies, 1998. 3 vols. 2014pp.

Other Publications

Written Radio Commentary:

“Myanmar’s Road Map to Democracy,” written commentary for Eye on Asia, Radio Singapore International, March 31, 2008.

http://www.rsi.sg/english/eyeonasia/view/20080331220755/1/.html

“Mot bai viet ve dang Viet Tan,” BBC World Service, Vietnamese Service, May 4, 2007.

“Vietnam: A New Leadership Faces 1998,” British Broadcasting Corporation World Service, Vietnamese Section, January 1, 1998.

“Vietnamese Leadership: Looking Back on 1997,” British Broadcasting Corporation World Service, Vietnamese Section, December 29, 1997.

“Vietnam’s Military Modernisation,” British Broadcasting Corporation World Service, Vietnamese Section, April 29, 1996.

“Sihanouk Visits Vietnam,” British Broadcasting Corporation World Service, East Asia Topical Unit, December 14, 1995.

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“Tran Phu Returns to Vietnam,” British Broadcasting Corporation World Service, Vietnamese Section, , translated and broadcast in Vietnamese February 2, 1995.

“Vietnam and the Emergence of Civil Society,” British Broadcasting Corporation World Service, translated and broadcast in Vietnamese, August 4, 1994 .

“Vietnam’s National Budget,” British Broadcasting Corporation World Service, Vietnamese Section, translated and broadcast in Vietnamese, January 27, 1994 .

“Cambodia: Is Peace Possible?” Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, ‘Viewpoint,’ broadcast by SBS Radio One, June 26, 1992.

“Economic Reforms in Vietnam,” Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, ‘Viewpoint,’ April 30, 1992.

“Evaluating the Seventh Party Congress,” Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, July 4, 1991.

Newspaper and Magazine Articles:

“Hanoi Party Tricks,” The Wall Street Journal, Editorials & Opinion, June 19, 2008, 15.

“Viet Tan - Vietnam Reform Party,” Vietnam Human Rights Journal, May 18, 2007. http://www.vietnamlist.blogspot.com

“Background Briefing: Viet Tan,” Hmong Times [St. Paul, MN], 10(10), May 16, 2007, 7. Reproduced in Hmong Times Online May 16, 2007.

http://hmongtimes50.1upsoftware.com.

“Vietnam: New Policy Directions Announced,” ASEAN Focus Group, Asian Analysis, March 2007.

http://www.aseanfocus.com/asiananalysis/article.cfm?articleID=1036.

“Dao chinh lua [The Silk Coup d’Etat],” Tuoi Tre Online [Ho Chi Minh City], September 22, 2006.

“In defence of US foreign policy,” UNIKEN, No. 35, July 2006, 16.

“Standing at the Crossroads,” Vietnam Investment Review, No.758, April 25,

2006.

http://www.vir.com.vn/Client/VIR/index.asp?url=content.asp&doc=10107.

“Vice in Vietnam,” The Wall Street Journal Asia, Opinion & Editorial, April 27, 2006. 16.

“Vietnam in post-WTO era: Opportunities and challenges,” Vietnam Economy, November 2, 2006.

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“Viet Nam truoc san choi moi,’ Tuoi Tre, November 2, 2006.

“Vietnam’s (New) Old Guard,” The Wall Street Journal Asia, Opinion & Editorial, July 10, 2006, 16.

“Vietnam’s Rent Seekers,” The Wall Street Journal Asia, Opinion & Editorial, November 9, 2006, 15.

“Safeguarding Liberties in an Age of Terrorism,” The Canberra Times, Opinion, September 14, 2005, 15.

“Making Up With Vietnam Will Take More Than a Clinton Visit,” International Herald Tribune, November 9, 2000.

“Pillar of Hanoi, From Resistance to Reform [Obituary: Pham Van Dong],” The Australian, May 5, 2000. 14.

“The Power Game”, Vietnam Business Journal, October 1998, 6(5) 42-44.

“Vietnam’s Human Rights Offensive”, The Asian Wall Street Journal, October 1, 1998. 8.

“Mobilising Domestic Capital,” ASEAN Focus Group, Asian Analysis, August 1998. (http://www. aseanfocus.com/analysis/9803_vietnam.htm).

“Marching Orders,” Vietnam Business Journal, July/August 1998, 6(4). 56-57

“Holding the Line,” Vietnam Business Journal, June 1998, 6(3). 16.

“Keeping an Even Keel,” Vietnam Business Journal. March/April 1998, 6(2).

30-32.

“New Leadership & Economic Reforms,” ASEAN Focus Group, Asian Analysis, March 1998

(http://www.aseanfocus.com/analysis/9803_vietnam.htm).

“Vietnam’s Tardy Reforms,” Op Ed, The Asian Wall Street Journal, 20 August 1997.

“Internal divisions at the heart of Cambodian decay,” in The Age (Melbourne), 10 July 1997, p. A15.

‘“Making Friends with All Countries”: Vietnam and the Dilemmas of Multilateralism,’ AUS-CSCAP Newsletter, no. 4, March 1997, p. 3.

“Quan Su va Kinh Te,” Dien Dan [Paris], no. 56, October 1996, p. 16.

“Party congress unites to keep door open to outside world,” The Australian Special Survey, The Australian, September 6, 1996. 17.

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“People’s Army gets in step with era of friendly reform,” The Australian Special Survey, The Australian, September 6, 1996. 18.

“General stood by his troops [Obituary: Tran Van Tra],” Time & Tide Section, The Australian, 7 May 1996, 12.

“Keating’s vision: SE Asia free from China orbit,” The Australian, December 19. 1995, p. 2.

“US Signals Renewed Interest in S-E Asia,” Business Times [Singapore], August 23, 1995.

“Vietnam’s Prospects,” The Wilson Quarterly, Spring 1995, 158.

“The Fall of Saigon: Lessons to Learn from Vietnam,” 20th Anniversary Special Edition, The Weekend Australian, April 29-30, 1995, 1 and 8.

“Hostage crisis over, but questions remain,” Saturday Forum, The Canberra Times, October 29, l994, 13.

“Hostages Pawns in Bigger Game,” Pacific Research [Peace Research Centre, The Australian National University], August 1994, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 11-12. Reprinted from The Canberra Times, August 13, 1994.

“V`n [– Nh…n Quy÷n Gi˘a ¢-xtr…-li-a vø ViŸt Nam (Human Rights Matters Between Australia and Vietnam),” B¿n tin tham kh¿o Quan HŸ QuÂc T’ [Hanoi: Institute of International Relations], no. 8, 15 August 1994, 57-60. Translated and reprinted from The Australian Financial Review, January 12, 1994.

“Hostages Pawns in Bigger Game,” Saturday Forum, The Canberra Times, August 13, 1994, 13.

“Hell Revisited: Precursor to Vietnam War,” Focus, The Weekend Australian, May 7-8, 1994, 25.

“Hanoi Must Be Handled With Care,” The Australian, April 11, 1994, 11.

“Implications of Lifted Embargo,” The Australian Financial Review, February 7, 1994, 17.

“Human Rights Matters Come between Australia and Vietnam,” Pacific Research [Peace Research Centre, The Australian National University], February 1994, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 34-35. Reprinted from The Australian Financial Review, January 12, 1994.

“Human Rights Matters Come between Australia, Vietnam,” The Australian Financial Review, January 12, 1994, 12.

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“Potholes in the Road to Reform,” Vietnam: Emerging Markets Supplement, Business Asia [Hong Kong: The Economist Intelligence Unit], September 27, 1993, 1.

“Economic

Reforms

Put

Nation

on

Knife-Edge,”

The

Australian

Special

Survey, The Australian, September 2, 1993, 9.

“Visit by PM Marks a High Point in Bilateral Relations,” The Australian Financial Review, Survey Vietnam, June 16, 1993, 33.

“After the Cambodian Elections: A New Period of Contention,” Business Times [Singapore], June 2, 1993.

“Who Will Rule in Cambodia?” Business Times [Singapore], February 10,

1993.

“Indochina’s Trauma of Change,” Business Times [Singapore], January 13,

1993.

“US-Vietnam Relations: Light at the End of the Tunnel,” ANU Reporter, November 11, 1992, 4.

“‘The Most Democratic Elections Ever,’” Vietnam Today [Canberra: Australia- Vietnam Society], (August 1992), no. 62, 8-9.

“Political Reform in Vietnam,” Vietnam Today (February 1992), no. 60, 17-19; reprinted in Vietnam News [Hanoi: Vietnam News Agency], no. 311, June 9, 1992, 1-2.

“The Future of Vietnamese Communism,” The Sunday Times [Singapore], January 26, 1992., Trends, iv.

“Vietnam’s

Political

Democratisation,” Vietnam Today, [Canberra: Australia-Vietnam Society], (August Quarter 1991), no. 58, 3–5.

7th

Party

Congress:

Economic

Renewal

and

“Vietnam: The Party Gathers at the Fork in the Road,” The International Herald Tribune [Paris], June 22-23, 1991, 4.

“Le

Duc

Tho,”

Vietnam

Today,

[Canberra:

(November Quarter 1990), no. 55, 11.

Australia-Vietnam

Society],

“Where Do We Go From Here?” Business Times [Singapore], September 7,

1990.

“Vietnam: After Five Years on the Reformist Path, a Crisis of Doubt,” The International Herald Tribune [Paris], September 6, 1990, 4.

“8th Plenum: Reform or Reaction,” Vietnam Today, [Canberra: Australia- Vietnam Society], (May Quarter 1990), no. 53, 3-4.

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“Ho

Chi

Minh

A

Personal

Appreciation,”

Vietnam

Today

[Canberra:

Australia-Vietnam Society], (May Quarter 1990)), no. 53, 12-13.

“The Paris Conference on Cambodia,” Vietnam Today [Canberra: Australia- Vietnam Society], (November 1989), no. 51, 8-9.

“The Road to Paris,” Vietnam Today [Canberra: Australia-Vietnam Society], (August Quarter 1989), no. 50, 7-8.

“Sixth

Party

Plenum:

Harbinger

of

Reform?”Vietnam

Today

[Canberra:

Australia-Vietnam Society], (May Quarter 1989), no. 49, 12-14.

“Reconciliation

in

Kampuchea,”

Patriot

published as a four-part series.

[New

Delhi],

February

1989,

“Truong Chinh: Revolutionary and Ideologist,” Vietnam Today [Canberra:

Australia-Vietnam Society], (November 1988), no. 47, 3.

“Tui bian zhongde Yuenan [Vietnam Under Transformation],” United Daily News [Taipei], August 15, 1988. In Chinese.

“Hanoi

Moves

More

Cautiously

on

Reform,”

Tribune [Paris], August 5, 1988, 4.

The

International

Herald

“A Haiphong-Ho Chi Minh Axis Leads Vietnam Toward Reform,” The International Herald Tribune [Paris], April 15, 1988, 4.

“Renovation: Vietnam’s 6th Party Congress,” Vietnam Today [Canberra:

Australia-Vietnam Society], (February 1987), no. 40, 3-7.

“Vietnam: The South Must Manage the Economy,” The International Herald Tribune [Paris], January 22, 1987. 4.

“Vietnam’s

6th

Party

Congress,”

Vietnam

Today

[Canberra:

Australia-

Vietnam Society], (November 1986), no. 39, 6.

“Kampuchea Proposal: Political Weapon or Conflict-Resolution Mechanism? Pros and Cons of Genocide Tribunal,” The Canberra Times, August 1, 1986, 6.

“Le Duan: Consensus Builder,” Vietnam Today [Canberra: Australia-Vietnam Society], (August 1986), no. 38, 3-4.

“The PRG and the Unification of Vietnam,” About Time [The Journal of South Coast History Teachers, Wollongong, N.S.W.], vol. 4, no. 2 (June 1986), 16-19. Reprinted from Dyason House Papers (June 1975).

“Thai-Cambodian Border Situation: Regional Reactions and Long-Term Implications,” in Foreign Affairs Trainees Course, Indochina Conference

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Simulation Exercise. Canberra: Department of Foreign Affairs, April 1986. 71-74.

“New Approach to Khmer Problem Now Suggested,” The Nation Review [Bangkok], September 5, 1984.

“The Ball is in Vietnam’s Court: Kampuchea After 5 Years of VN Occupation,” The Nation Review [Bangkok], May 5, 1984, 14.

“Social Scientists Visit Vietnam and Kampuchea,” Vietnam Today [Canberra:

Australia-Vietnam Society], (May 1982), no. 21, 7-10.

“Vietnamese Outflow Expected to Continue,” The Canberra Times, October 14, 1981, 6.

“Hanoi

Takes

Pragmatic

October 12, 1981, 6.

Approach

to

Embargo,”

The

Canberra

Times,

“Special Relationships Now Forged in Indo-China,” Supplement, Australia and the Third World: Review of the Nation, 1980. The Canberra Times, October 10, 1980, 31.

“Indochina,” in Recent Changes in Asia: Australian Responses. Canberra:

Centre for Continuing Education, The Australian National University, November 1977. 76-78.

“This Document is Important [Van Tien Dung’s Our Great Spring Victory],” The National Times [Sydney], November 15-20, 1976, no. 302 and November 22-27, 1976, no. 303.

“The PRG and the Unification of Vietnam,” Dyason House Papers (June 1975), vol. 1, no. 5, 1-5

“Chasing

Phantoms

in

Canberra,”

November 16-22, 1973, 147.

The

Nation

Review

[Melbourne],

“Why NZ Must Recognise The PRG,” Salient [Wellington], August 2, 1973,

10-12.

“The P.R.G.: The Government We Don't Recognise,” Craccum [Auckland], July 19, 1973, 12.

“Saigon Under Seige,” The Brown Daily Herald [Providence, Rhode Island], February 21, 1968, 1.

“US/NLF

[Saigon:

Services, Inc.]. (January 1968), vol. i, no. 5, 9-11.

Policy

Shift?”

IVS

Vietnam

International

Voluntary

“Report

from

Binh

Long

Province,”

IVS

Newsletter

[Washington,

D.C.:

International Voluntary Services, Inc.], January 24, 1968. 4pp.

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“Report from Saigon,” IVS Newsletter [Washington, D.C.], December 28, 1967.

4pp.

“‘War-Torn’ South Vietnam - Contrasting First Impressions,” The Brown Daily Herald [Providence, RI], December 7, 1967, 1.

“New Left: Remedy for Cultural Wasteland,” Res Publica [Providence, R.I.:

Brown University], (January 1967), vol. ii, no. 2, 19-22.

“Prospects for Stability in Viet-Nam,” Channels [Providence, R.I.: Brown University, International Relations Club], (April 1966), vol. iii, no. 3, 2-4.

“China: A New Outlook,” Res Publica [Providence, R.I.], (March 1966), vol. i, no. 1, 16 and 44-45.

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