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The Asia Pacific Report (APR) is an influential, regularly issued report normally available only by subscription. Utilising the extensive knowledge and connections of figures such as former South East Asian Foreign Correspondent Frank Mount (Director of APR), the Report provides insights into Asian political developments which are simply not available from most mainstream media.
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- Written by Trevor Stanley, PWHCE editor.
Number 67, 30th January 2005.
APR 67 consisted of selected articles republished with the permission of the original authors. PWHCE has neither sought nor obtained permission to publish these excerpts.
Number 65, 15th December 2004
This important issue of the Asia Pacific Report comprises profiles of all 36 ministers in the cabinet of Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
IRAQ - THE NEXT NEW DEMOCRACY?
Number 63, 3rd October 2003.
APR 63 consisted of selected articles republished with the permission of the original authors. PWHCE has neither sought nor obtained permission to publish these excerpts.
The Indonesian Presidential Elections
The Jakarta Conference - Pictorial Feature
The US, Iraq and Asia
Nur Misuari and GMA
McNamara and The Fog of War
Number 56, 3rd December 2003.
APR 56 consisted of selected articles or speeches republished with the permission of the original authors or speakers. PWHCE has neither sought nor obtained permission to publish these excerpts.
The War on Global Terrorism Continues
Number 51, 2nd April 2003.
APR 51 consisted of selected articles or speeches republished with the permission of the original authors or speakers. With the exception of Lenten Reflections on the War in Iraq by Gerald Mercer, republished from Social Action, PWHCE has neither sought nor obtained permission to publish these excerpts.
Australia: Howard's Pre-emption Doctrine
Indonesia: Wild Claims
Mexico: Tequila Sunrise: From 'Basket Case' to Going Concern.
Cambodia: The Anti-Thai Riots
Number 48, 25th November 2002.
Bali in Perspective: The War Against Radical Islam or Islamism
Edited text of a speech delivered by APR editor Frank Mount, to a number of groups between 13th and 20th November 2002. One such speech was co-hosted by PWHCE on the 16th.
THEME: This is a war against a network of revolutionary guerrilla
movements and not just a collection of terrorist organisations.
Number 47, 19th September 2002.
Two Unpublished Letters to the Editor:
6. Singapore - In Fear of Freedom
Number 45, 14th July 2002.
APR 45 consisted of five articles or speeches republished with the permission of the original authors or speakers. As PWHCE has not obtained such authorisation from the respective individuals, APR 45 will not be included here.
Number 43, 17th April 2002.
Japan: The "Yakuza Recession" and Cultures of Corruption
Number 42, 9th April 2002.
3. PNG: The Bougainville Autonomy Bill
4. Solomon Islands: On the Verge of Collapse?
5. East Timor: Normalising Relations with Indonesia
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