East-West Center in Washington enhances US engagement and dialogue with the Asia-Pacific region through access to the programs and expertise of the Center and policy relevant research, publications and outreach activities, including those of the US Asia-Pacific Council.
THE BELOW EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM JANUARY 27 TO FEBRUARY 5TH. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
Thursday February 5: POWERING PARADISES: POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE HAWAI’I-OKINAWA CLEAN ENERGY INITIATIVE IN SECURITY, DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION featuring Aiko Shimizu , Japan Studies Visiting Fellow, East-West Center in Washington and Jane Nakano ( Discussant ), Senior Fellow, CSIS. (12:00pm - 01:30pm) - A light luncheon will be served. This event will be off-the-record.
Dr. Satu Limaye, Director of the East West Center in Washington, has written a article in the Winter 2013 edition of Education About Asia, a publication focusing on the "Cyber Asia and the New Media." In his article, "The Asia Matters for America Initiative and US-Asia Relations", Dr. Limaye explains the many educational uses of the Asia Matters for America initiative for both students and educators.
Benjamin Ho, Bhubhindar Singh, and Sarah Teo, at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) in Singapore, explain that “As the ASEAN chair in a crucial year for the Association, Malaysia will need to manage two issues deemed important to the region—the territorial disputes in the South China Sea and ASEAN community building.” Read more...
Julio S. Amador III, Deputy Director-General of the Foreign Service Institute of the Philippines, explains that “The Philippines must not lose sight of the fact that the goal is to achieve credible defense and a sustainable modern military at par with its regional neighbors in ASEAN.” Read more...
Alicia Campi, President of the US-Mongolia Advisory Group, explains that “[Mongolia] needs to expand transport infrastructure for its rich minerals to reach new Asian trade partners, so it is pursuing its own long-range strategy, to maximize benefit from and minimize the dangers of rapprochement between its two giant neighbors.” Read more...
The East-West Center is proud to participate in the 38 North Network, a new and distinctive website, established at the U.S.-Korea Institute at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, which provides a new forum for informed commentary and discussion on DPRK- (North Korea) related issues.