Pacific Prospective

Pacific Prospective features the research of graduate students.

Students in the Master of Arts – Asia Pacific Policy Studies (MAAPPS) program at the Institute of Asian Research at The University of British Columbia have written a majority of the Memos published under Pacific Prospective. But we continue to feature the work of graduate students around the world.

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  1. Pingback: Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Tribunal – Victims’ “Right to a Remedy” | Asia Pacific Memo

  2. Pingback: Chinese State Investments in Canada: How to Reduce Uncertainty on Both Sides of the Pacific | Asia Pacific Memo

  3. Pingback: Will “Nepal Investment Year” Solve its Hydropower Puzzle? | Asia Pacific Memo

  4. Pingback: Relocating China’s Pollutive Industry: a “Double Pollution” Problem | Asia Pacific Memo

  5. Pingback: Regulating International Student Mobility – Agents and Markets in New Zealand | Asia Pacific Memo

  6. Pingback: Indonesia’s Unconsolidated Democracy: Prelude to 2014 | Asia Pacific Memo

  7. Pingback: China and the SCO – Influence and ‘Soft Power’ | Asia Pacific Memo

  8. Pingback: Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Tribunal – Victims’ “Right to a Remedy” | Asia Pacific Memo

  9. Pingback: Upcoming Canada-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement – Lessons Learned from Korea | Asia Pacific Memo

  10. Pingback: China’s Liberalizing Impact on Global Commodity Markets | Asia Pacific Memo

  11. Pingback: Mongolia: Gauging Inner Asian Tensions over Railways | Asia Pacific Memo

  12. Pingback: ‘Normalizing’ same-sex marriage in the US and gay rights in Japan | Asia Pacific Memo

  13. Pingback: Overhauling China’s Organ Transplant System | Asia Pacific Memo

  14. Pingback: The Politics of Mining in Mongolia and Burma/Myanmar | Asia Pacific Memo

  15. Pingback: Unsettled Remains: Tensions over Unrepatriated Bodies from the Asia-Pacific War | Asia Pacific Memo

  16. Pingback: Amid Concern about Women’s Safety, New Delhi Seeks Female Auto-rickshaw Drivers | Asia Pacific Memo

  17. Pingback: Urban Beekeeping: a new buzz in Asian cities | Asia Pacific Memo

  18. Pingback: Where to Have a Baby: Reducing Maternal Mortality in West Java | Asia Pacific Memo

  19. Pingback: What is Language For? “Other” vs. “Heritage” Language Education in Australia | Asia Pacific Memo

  20. Pingback: India-Bangladesh Border Issue Unresolved | Asia Pacific Memo

  21. Pingback: Hong Kong’s Untenable Refugee Policies | Asia Pacific Memo

  22. Pingback: Cultural Objects and Tradition in Post-Socialist Mongolia | Asia Pacific Memo

  23. Pingback: Tertiary Education in Mongolia: Tackling Mongolia’s Labor Deficit Problem | Asia Pacific Memo

  24. Pingback: Two Challenges for the Mumbai Eastern Freeway: Congestion and Equity | Asia Pacific Memo

  25. Pingback: Downton Abbeystan: Why Central Asia is like Twentieth Century Upper Class England | Asia Pacific Memo

  26. Pingback: Enter the “Chinese Dream” | Asia Pacific Policy Studies

  27. Pingback: Visas, Medicine, Education: Feeling Chinese Soft Power in Mongolia | Asia Pacific Memo

  28. Pingback: Xiaomi: The Rise of an Indigenous Chinese Tech Industry | Asia Pacific Memo

  29. Pingback: A Strategic Discovery: Rare Earth Elements Bonanza in the DPRK | Asia Pacific Memo

  30. Pingback: Visas, Medicine, Education: Feeling Chinese Soft Power in Mongolia | Asia Pacific Policy Studies

  31. Pingback: A Strategic Discovery: Rare Earth Elements Bonanza in the DPRK | Asia Pacific Policy Studies

  32. Pingback: Keeping Neighbours Closer: Beijing’s Geopolitical Pitch | Asia Pacific Policy Studies

  33. Pingback: Xiaomi: The Rise of an Indigenous Chinese Tech Industry | Asia Pacific Policy Studies

  34. Pingback: Redback Rising: Canada’s Role in the Internationalization of the Renminbi | Asia Pacific Memo

  35. Pingback: Resolving the Senkaku/Diaoyu Island Dispute: The Limitations of International Law | Asia Pacific Memo

  36. Pingback: Intangible but not Insignificant: The Importance of Safeguarding Cultural Heritage | Asia Pacific Policy Studies

  37. Pingback: Redback Rising: Canada’s Role in the Internationalization of the Renminbi | Asia Pacific Policy Studies

  38. Pingback: Resolving the Senkaku/Diaoyu Island Dispute: The Limitations of International Law | Asia Pacific Policy Studies