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  • Burmese journalist, longtime political prisoner and National League for Democracy co-founder U Win Tin passed away on April 21. Click above to view video of his last public appearance, on a panel of courageous journalists at EWC International Media Conference in Yangon this March.

  • Best-selling historical author Simon Winchester spoke at EWC recently about his approach to a new book in progress on the modern history of the Pacific. Click above for video.

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    WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 10, 2014) – At an event on Capitol Hill yesterday, the US-ASEAN Business Council and the East West Center launched a new “ASEAN Matters for America” publication and online tool that outlines the essential role ASEAN plays in American economic prosperity. Senate East Asia and Pacific Affairs Subcommittee Chairman Ben Cardin and House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce spoke at the launch event, which also included a discussion panel with leaders from the Southeast Asia business, media, analysis and diplomatic communities. ...More...

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    With national elections just getting underway in India, recently appointed Indian Ambassador to the U.S. Dr. S. Jaishankar visited EWC on April 7 for a discussion about new directions in the world’s largest democracy.

  • 2490 Newly appointed U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus, formerly a longtime senator, recently held a roundtable coffee hour at EWC with Center participants, researchers and staff. Here, he speaks with students Xiaofeng Kang from Inner Mongolia, China and Duncan Taylor from his home state of Montana.

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