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EWC Insights: After the Invasion: How Russia's invasion of Ukraine is affecting US relations with the Indo-Pacific region

Wednesday, August 20, 2022
12:00 p.m. HST
In-Person: John A. Burns Hall 3121/3125
Virtual: Live online via Zoom

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Just days before Russia invaded Ukraine, the Biden Administration released its Indo-Pacific Strategy (IPS), providing continuity in the US policy of prioritizing the Indo-Pacific and the "pacing" threat of China. In addition, the IPS confronts an ongoing land war in Europe and the specter of even closer Sino-Russian cooperation. As this conflict continues, Dr. Satu Limaye will offer a perspective on how Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Indo-Pacific responses to it are affecting US relations with the Indo-Pacific region. He will also assess the key facets of the Biden Administration's IPS and how they are developing amidst global challenges and regional developments.

Dr. Satu Limaye  is Vice President of the East-West Center where he created and now directs the Asia Matters for America initiative and is the founding editor of the Asia Pacific Bulletin. He is also a Senior Advisor at CNA Corp (Center for Naval Analyses). He is a graduate of Georgetown University and received his doctorate from Oxford University (Magdalen College) where he was a George C. Marshall Scholar. 

He publishes and speaks widely on Indo-Pacific regional issues and supports various US government, foundation, fellowship, and professional organizations. Among his current affiliations are Center for New American Security (CNAS) Task Force on the US-Philippines Alliance, United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Senior Study Group on the North Pacific, Project 2049 Study Group on the US-Australia Alliance, Korea Economic Institute (KEI) Advisory Council, and Global Taiwan Institute-Taiwan Asia Exchange Foundation project. Recent publications include:  Southeast Asia’s choices: Economic, political, and geopolitical integration face complications,  India in East Asia: Focused on the Quad and Border Disputes with China, and  Maintaining the Technology Edge: Strengthening US and Indo-Pacific Alliances to Counter Chinese Technology Acquisition  (with Rose Tenyotkin). 

EWC Insights: After the Invasion: How Russia's invasion of Ukraine is affecting US relations with the Indo-Pacific region

Wednesday, August 20, 2022
12:00 p.m. HST
In-Person: John A. Burns Hall 3121/3125
Virtual: Live online via Zoom

Click here for In-Person Registration (Limited to the first 20 people)

Click here for Virtual Registration

Just days before Russia invaded Ukraine, the Biden Administration released its Indo-Pacific Strategy (IPS), providing continuity in the US policy of prioritizing the Indo-Pacific and the "pacing" threat of China. In addition, the IPS confronts an ongoing land war in Europe and the specter of even closer Sino-Russian cooperation. As this conflict continues, Dr. Satu Limaye will offer a perspective on how Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Indo-Pacific responses to it are affecting US relations with the Indo-Pacific region. He will also assess the key facets of the Biden Administration's IPS and how they are developing amidst global challenges and regional developments.

Dr. Satu Limaye  is Vice President of the East-West Center where he created and now directs the Asia Matters for America initiative and is the founding editor of the Asia Pacific Bulletin. He is also a Senior Advisor at CNA Corp (Center for Naval Analyses). He is a graduate of Georgetown University and received his doctorate from Oxford University (Magdalen College) where he was a George C. Marshall Scholar. 

He publishes and speaks widely on Indo-Pacific regional issues and supports various US government, foundation, fellowship, and professional organizations. Among his current affiliations are Center for New American Security (CNAS) Task Force on the US-Philippines Alliance, United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Senior Study Group on the North Pacific, Project 2049 Study Group on the US-Australia Alliance, Korea Economic Institute (KEI) Advisory Council, and Global Taiwan Institute-Taiwan Asia Exchange Foundation project. Recent publications include:  Southeast Asia’s choices: Economic, political, and geopolitical integration face complications,  India in East Asia: Focused on the Quad and Border Disputes with China, and  Maintaining the Technology Edge: Strengthening US and Indo-Pacific Alliances to Counter Chinese Technology Acquisition  (with Rose Tenyotkin).