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Newsletters published by the Institute of Current World Affairs 1973-76

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JEF-1 May 31, 1973 "Soft Governments and Hard Facts"
JEF-2 June 30, 1973 "Motivation without Money"
JEF-3 August 18, 1973 "A Trip through the North"
JEF-4 August 31, 1973 "The Problem of Equality"
JEF-5 October 19, 1973 "A Human Shape over a Demon's Heart"
JEF-6 December 30, 1973 "The Problem of Equality" Continued
JEF-7 January 31, 1974 "The Problem of Equality" Continued
JEF-8 February 28, 1974 "The Problem of Equality" Continued
JEF-9 April 22, 1974 "The Problem of Equality" Continued
JEF-10 May 20, 1974 "In Search of a Teak House"
JEF-11 June 30, 1974 "A Buddhist Ordination Ceremony"
JEF-12 July 31, 1974 "Opium Growers and Rice Growers: Shall the Twain Meet?"
JEF-13 August 31, 1974 "Opium Growers and Rice Growers" Part Two
JEF-14 September 30, 1974 "Conversations with Economists"
JEF-15 November 30, 1974 "Conversations with Economists" Part Two
JEF-16 December 31, 1974 "The Year In Review"
JEF-17 January 31, 1975 "The January 1975 Thai Elections: Power to the . . . ?"
JEF-18 April 15, 1975 "Who Gets Modern Technology?"
JEF-19 June 30, 1975 "Thai-U.S. Relations"
JEF-20 July 31, 1975 "Choosing Life" Part One
JEF-21 August 31, 1975 "Choosing Life" Part Two
JEF-22 September 30, 1975 "Choosing Life" Part Three
JEF-23 November 30, 1975 "Whither the Philippines?"
JEF-24 January 15, 1976 "Public Service, Thai Style: A True Story"
JEF-25 January 31, 1976 "Thailand's Balance of Payments: The Long View"
JEF-26 April 6, 1976 "The Future of Thailand"
JEF-27 July 31, 1976 "American Foreign Policy: Playing Chicken with History"
JEF-28 November 30, 1976 "Tomorrow's World: Concluding Thoughts for the Rich And Powerful"





Books, contributions to books, and related materials

1. War Comes to Long An: Revolutionary Conflict in a Vietnamese Province, University of California Press, 1972

2. "Toward an Exchange Theory of Revolution" in John W. Lewis, editor, Peasant Rebellion and Communist Revolution in Asia, Stanford University Press, 1974

3. "The Hardware and Software of Development", presented at the Third United States-Thailand Bilateral Forum, held in San Francisco, California, April 4-7, 1989, published in Clark Neher and Wiwat Mungkandi, editors, U.S.-Thailand Relations in a New International Era Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley, Research Papers and Policy Studies 33

Primary source materials (captured documents, interview protocols, tape cassettes) used in preparation of War Comes to Long An

Reviews of War Comes to Long An

Letter to the New York Review of Books, February 8, 1973

"War Comes to Long An, Its Origins and Legacies: An Interview with Jeffrey Race" Journal of Vietnamese Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Winter 2011), pp. 123-183  3ڐ3  Š




Doctoral dissertation

Revolutionary Conflict in a Vietnamese Province: An Historical and Theoretical Analysis, Proquest Dissertations And Theses 1973. Section 0084, Part 0615 [Ph.D. dissertation].United States -- Massachusetts: Harvard University; 1973. Publication Number: AAT 0278807.

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Journal Articles and Monographs

1."The Origins of the Second Indochina War",  Asian Survey X:5, May 1970, pp. 359-382

2. "How They Won", Asian Survey X:8, August 1970, pp. 628-650

3. "The War in Northern Thailand",  Modern Asian Studies, VIII:1, January 1974, pp. 85-112; also published (in Thai) in Social Science Review VIII:11, August 1973, pp. 36-66.

4. "Mutual Self-limitation in Civil War: The Case of Vietnam", Southeast Asia II:2, Spring 1973, pp. 211-230

5. "Thailand in 1973: 'We certainly have been ravaged by something' ", Asian Survey XIV:2, February 1974, pp. 192-203

6. "Thailand in 1974: A New Constitution",  Asian Survey XV:2, February 1975, pp. 157-165

7. "The January 1975 Thai Elections: Preliminary Data and Inferences", Asian Survey XV:4, April 1975, pp. 375-381; also published (in Thai) in Social Science Review XIII:1, January-March 1975, pp. 31-40

8. "Thai Elite Responses to Stress", presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, September 1975

9. " Institutional Constraints on the Transfer of Technology to Small Farmers", UN ESCAP Economic Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific XXVII:1, June 1976, pp. 41-61

10. "Will America Remain Committed to the Past in Southeast Asia?" Washington Star, November 9, 1975; reprinted in Congressional Record, November 14, 1975, pp. S20074-5

11. "Vietnam Intervention: Systematic Distortion in Policy-Making",  Armed Forces and Society 2:3, May 1976, pp. 377-396; first presented at the panel "Vietnam and the Policy Sciences" of the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Los Angeles, September 8-12, 1970

12. "The Unlearned Lessons of Vietnam", Yale Review 66:2, December 1976, pp. 161-177

13. "The Future of Thailand", Pacific Community 8:2, January 1977, pp. 303-326

14. "Whither the Philippines", Prisma (Jakarta) 5, March 1977, pp. 30-42

15. "The Political Economy of New Order Indonesia in Comparative Regional Perspective," Seminar Series, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, November 1979

16. "Martial Law in the Philippines: Consequences and Scenarios for Its End", Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University, Canberra, December 1979

17. "The Third Indochina War", Foreign Policy 38, Spring 1980, pp. 92-116 (jt. author); reprinted (in Indonesian) in Prisma IX:4, April 1980, pp. 31-45

18. "Where World Economic Trends Are Heading: The View from Asia", a paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Palmer House, Chicago, April 3, 1982

19. "ROTC at Harvard", extracted in "One Percent" featured in Military Officer March 2007.

20. "The Uses of History, or How Do We Escape Sturgeon's Law?" a review  and discussion of three recently declassified CIA studies for the Vietnam  Center Conference on Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and the Vietnam War, at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, March 13-14, 2009.

21. "Restructuring, Renorming, Rethinking: Inferences from Canonical Thai Corruption Cases", a paper prepared for presentation at the Conference on Evidence-Based Anti-Corruption Policy organised by Thailand's National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) in collaboration with the World Bank, June 5-6, 2009, Siam City Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.

22. "War Comes to Long An: Back Story to the Writing of a Military Classic" in the Small Wars Journal 2010 blog

23. "Science and Civil Military Operations: What the Vietnam Experience Can Teach Us", a paper prepared for presentation at the Conference on "Lessons Learned, Lessons Lost: Counterinsurgency from Vietnam to Iraq and Afghanistan," organized by the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and Texas Tech University, Washington DC, March 4-5, 2010.






Magazine and Newspaper Articles 1968-2010


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