The Keck Center's Monograph Series is a collection of essays and articles on important and timely international topics. The series includes the following volumes:

No.1 The Korean War: 40-Year Perspectives
Edited by Chae-Jin Lee. Essays by William Stueck, P. Edward Haley, Harlan W. Jencks, Chong-Wook Chung, B. C. Koh, and Chae-Jin Lee.

An authoritative look at the Korean War with implications not only for outside actors such as the United States and China but also inter-Korean relations over the last half-century.
1991 / 131 pp. / 0-930607-12-0

No.2 The United States and Japan: Changing Relations
Edited by Chae-Jin Lee. Essays by Akira Iriye, Mike M. Mochizuki, Hideo Sato, and Leon Hollerman.

An attempt to analyze Japanese-American relations in the Cold War and post-Cold War era. Also focuses on the straining of relations due to Japan's economic expansion in the early 1990s.
1992 / 75 pp. / 0-930607-13-9

No.3 German Unification: Problems and Prospects
Edited by Gaines Post, Jr. Essays by Rudy Koshar, Thomas R. Rochon, Peter H. Merkl, Helmar Drost, and Ronald D. Asmus; Commentary by Katharina von Ankum, Christian Soe, and Robert G. Moeller.

A timely work on the social, economic, and political difficulties which will need to be overcome for a successful German integration.
1992 / 75 pp. / 0-930607-14-7

No.4 The Prospects for Korean Unification
Edited by Jay Speakman and Chae-Jin Lee. Essays by Donald S. Macdonald, Joseph S. Chung, Edward A. Olsen, B. C. Koh, Han Shik Park, and Robert A. Scalapino.

A comprehensive summary of the unification outlooks of both North and South Korea as well problems such as economic integration, disarmament, and arms control.
1993 / 136 pp. / 0-930607-15-5

No.5 U.S.-Japan Partnership in Conflict Management: The Case of Korea
Edited by Chae-Jin Lee and Hideo Sato. Essays by Roger Dingman, Hideo Sato, Edward A. Olsen, Yasuyo Sakata, Masao Okonogi, Chae-Jin Lee, and Haruhiro Fukui.

Addresses the complex problems Japan and the United States face in reassessing their respective policies and developing a common framework to mend the North and South Korean rivalry.
1993 / 174 pp. / 0-930607-16-3

No.6 The United Nations in a New World Order
Essays by Edwin M. Smith and Michael G. Schechter.

A discussion of the problems such as collective security and defense facing NATO and the United Nations in the post Cold War era. Also includes an opinion on the handling of article 2 (7) in the intervention in Somalia.
1994 / 91 pp. / 0-930607-17-1

No.7 Indochina: Social and Cultural Change
Essays by David W. P. Elliott, Ben Kiernan, Hy Van Luong, and Therese M. Mahoney.

Focuses on U.S. policy in the region as well as cultural developments and rural restructuring in Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
1994 / 137 pp./0-930607-18-X

No.8 U.S.-Korean Relations
Essays by Donald N. Clark, Wayne Patterson, Lawrence B. Krause, Eun Mee Kim, and Patrick Morgan.

Details the impact of the economic partnership of the United States and South Korea by emphasizing factors such as industrial alliances, foreign direct investment, and regional security.
1994 / 117 pp. / 0-930607-19-8

No.9 Russia: Political and Economic Development
Essays by George W. Breslauer, Herbert J. Ellison & David V. Alhadeff, Marshall I. Goldman, and Igor Zevelev.

Includes articles on Russia's invasion of Chechnya, state-building in the former Soviet republics, the failures of Russian economic reforms, and Russia's foreign economic policy.
1995 / 89 pp. / 0-930607-20-1

No.10 United States Relations with Europe
Edited by P. Edward Haley.

An analysis of the major trends in European-American relations with topics such as the European Monetary Union, French foreign policy, NATO enlargement, and United States policy toward Eastern Europe and Russia.
1999 / 110 pp. / 0-930607-21-X

No.11 The Cold War-Reassessments
Edited by Arthur L. Rosenbaum and Chae-Jin Lee.

A re-evaluation of the impact of the major events of the Cold War such as the Korean War, Vietnam War, Cuban Missile Crisis, and German Unification. With an introductory article by John Lewis Gaddis.
2000 / 215 pp. / 0-930607-22-8 (pap) 0-930607-23-6 (cloth)

No.12 Korea: Dynamics of Diplomacy and Unification
Edited by Byung Chul Koh. Essays by Byung Chul Koh, Kyung-Ae Park, Young Whan Kihl, Hong Yung Lee, Han Shik Park, Manwoo Lee, and Chae-Jin Lee.

Studies the pivotal issues in Korean unification such as the sunshine policy, Clinton's foreign policy toward North Korea, nuclear weapons, and economic reconstructuring.
2001 / 179 pp. / 0-930607-24-4

No.13 The Changing Asia-Pacific Region: Strategic and Economic Issues
Edited by Chae-Jin Lee. Essays by Robert A. Scalapino, Lawrence B. Krause, Norman D. Levin, Michel Oksenberg, Chong-Sik Lee, and Donald Crone.

Focuses on the changing strategic landscape of the Asia-Pacific region with articles on Asian economic models and foreign relations amongst regional players and with the United States.
2001 / 163 pp. / 0-930607-50-3

No.14 Arms Control and the End of the Cold War: An Oral History of the Negotiations on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe
Edited by P. Edward Haley. Contributors: Janet S. Andres, Lynn Marvin Hansen, Adrian St. John, and R. James Woolsey.

Commemorating the tenth anniversary of the conclusion of the treaty to reduce conventional arms in Europe, this work brings back many of the major players in the 1993 talks including James Woolsey, Ambassador Lynn Hansen, Lt. General Adrian St. John, and Janet Andres for a discussion of the far-reaching effects of this treaty.
2002 / 260 pp. / 0-930607-25-2

No.15 U.S.-China Relations and the Bush Administration: A New Paradigm or Continuing Modalities
Edited by Arthur L. Rosenbaum. Essays by Arthur L. Rosenbaum, Banning Garrett, Harry Harding, Daniel C. Lynch, Alan D. Romberg, and Wang Jisi.

Addresses the expected changes for United States-China relations as a result of the change in presidents and the catastrophe of September 11th.
2002 / 156 pp. / 0-930607-26-0

No.16 Evaluating Success and Failure in Post-Communist Reform
Edited by Hilary Appel. Essays by Hilary Appel, Andrew Barnes, Ellen Comisso, M. Steven Fish, Anna Grzymala-Busse, Stephen E. Hanson, Juliet Johnson, Matthew Murphy, Rudra Sil, and Milada Anna Vachudova.

This volume is based on the premise that scholars of Russian and East European politics, with their deep empirical knowledge of a wide range of post-communist reforms, and their experience in thinking broadly about the larger process of regime change, could respond directly to questions of success and failure that would be of interest to a wide readership, informing policy analysts, students and scholars alike. 2005 / 205 pp. / 0-930607-27-9

No.17 U.S. Security under Clinton and Bush: Continuity and Change
Edited by Chae-Jin Lee. Essays by Patrick M. Morgan, Gregory F. Treverton, Michael D. Swaine, Steven L. Spiegel, Paul Kapur, and James Phillips.

Collection of papers comparing continuity and change in salient aspects of U.S. security policy between the Clinton and Bush Administrations. Discussions include U. S. military doctrines and policies, antiterrorism and counterterrorism, Arab-Israeli conflicts, Europe and NATO, Afghanistan and Iraq, and China and Korea. 2005 / 145 pp. / 0-930607-28-7

No. 18 The Expansion of NATO and the European Union
Edited by Hilary Appel, Essays by: Jeffrey S. Kopstein and David A. Reilly, Mitchell A. Orenstein and Umit Ozkaleli, M. Hakan Yavuz, Zoltan Barany, and Wade Jacoby.

Offers important insights into the evolving architecture of Europe, including theoretical and empirical debates about the future of European economic integration and security. Examines the potential achievements and likely limitations of regionally-based, multinational cooperation in the 21st century. 2007 / 121pp / 0-930607-29-5