Vetted scholarly and journalistic e-mail discussion lists
Reports, book reviews, discussion and debate in H-Asia (Asian history and culture) and H-DIPLO (diplomatic history) are archived and searchable.
SEASIA-L reports the impact of Taipei-Beijing relations on Southeast Asian affairs.
Official papers and "Track II" reports and analyses
Reminding Taiwan voters of PRC priorities, the State Council published China's National Defence in 2000 (former link=http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/cndy/history/2000/10/d1-6re~1.a17.html).
Chen Hung-yu of the Institute of International Relations (National Chengchi University, Taiwan) analyzes China's White Paper of 21 February 2000. (former link=http://www.dsis.org.tw/peaceforum/papers/2000-03/CSR0003005-e.htm)
George W. Bush's Theater Missile Defense Program is opposed not only by the PRC but also by some Taiwanese legislators.
The Pacific forum sponsored a "Taiwan Security in the Year 2000: Retrospect and Prospects" on 15 December 2000 (download W*A84Kversions if .pdf files are not legible, former link=http://www.dsis.org.tw/peaceforum/symposium/2000-12/index.htm).
The Nautilus Institute regularly publishes a variety of military-security reports about developments in East and Southeast Asia.
The Institute for Defense & Disarmament Studies is "a nonprofit center where we study global military policies, arms holdings, production and trade, arms control and peace-building efforts; and run educational programs on current and alternative policies."
Comparative Connections, associated with the Pacific Forum CSIS, is a quarterly e-journal on East Asian bilateral relations. The Pacific Forum CSIS Board of Governors is chaired by Brent Scowcroft, former Assistant to US Presidents George H. W. Bush and Gerald R. Ford for National Security Affairs.