Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed by Geographic Area

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Central Asia

Andre Gunder Frank - The Centrality of Central Asia [24:2]

Daniel Balland, Thomas J. Barfield, Mansura Haider, and Andre Gunder Frank - Comments on Andre Gunder Frank's The Centrality of Central Asia [24:2]


Eqbal Ahmad - America and Russia in South Asia: Conflict or Collusion? [6:1]

Neville Maxwell - The Sino-Soviet Boundary Question: Tai Sung An's The Sino-Soviet Territorial Dispute/ A Review [6:2]

Michael Markowitz - Simonsen and Dunnigan's The East is Red: A Simulation of a Sino-Soviet War [6:2]

Steven I. Levine - Simmons' The Strained Alliance/ A Review [8:3]

Gail Omvedt - States and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China by Theda Skocpol/ A Review Essay [14:2]

Jon Halliday - Siberian Development and East Asia by Allen S. Whiting/ A Review Essay [15:3]

Kang Sugwon - Flight 007: Was There Foul Play? [17:2]

Robert C. Kiste and R. A. Herr - Potential for Soviet Penetration of the South Pacific Islands: An Assessment [18:2]

Michael K. Launer, Marilyn J. Young, and Kang Sugwon - KAL Flight 007/ Correspondence [18:3]

Kathleen Gough and Hassan Gardezi - The Soviet Threat in the South Pacific/ Correspondence [19:2]

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