U.S. - Asia Relations and the State of Play in Washington


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When: Apr 19 2018 - 12:00pm until Apr 19 2018 - 1:00pm
Where: John A. Burns Hall, Room 3118 (Third Floor)

Please join us for a Public Seminar with Dr. Satu Limaye, Director of East-West Center in Washington

With the Trump Administration having recently named a new National Security Advisor and a new Secretary of State-designate, fully engaged in a range of econ-omic actions from KORUS talks to tariffs announce-ments vis-à-vis China, reportedly planning a meeting with Kim Jong Un, and preparing for the November mid-term elections, what is the state of play in U.S.- Asia relations? What’s new? What’s not? What’s next?

Dr. Satu Limaye is Director of EWC in Washington and Senior Advisor at the CNA Corporation (Center for Naval Analyses). He is creator /director of Asia Matters for America /America Matters for Asia (www.AsiaMattersforAmerica.org), an interactive resource for credible, non-partisan information, graphics, analysis and news that maps trade, investment, employment, business, diplomacy, security, education, tourism, and people-to-people connections between the U.S and Asia at the national, state, and local levels. Founding Editor of the Asia-Pacific Bulletin series, he is an editor of Global Asia and member of the international advisory council of Contemporary Southeast Asia. Dr. Limaye is a consultant to the U.S. government as well as to numerous publications, foundations and fellowship programs. He writes and presents on the international relations of the Indo-Asia Pacific with a special focus on Japan, Southeast Asia, India and maritime issues. Recent talks and publications include: “The U.S. Economic Future in the Indo-Pacific” (2018), Allies and Aligners in The United States and the India–Japan Strategic Partnership (2018), Weighted West: The Indian Navy’s New Maritime Strategy, Capabilities, and Diplomacy, (2017), Signs are Taken for Wonders: The Trump Administration and Southeast Asia (2017), and ASEAN is Neither the Problem Nor Solution to South China Sea Disputes (2017).

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