The East-West Center in Washington (EWCW) advances U.S.-Indo-Pacific relations by creating innovative content, publications, exchanges, and outreach activities.

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Young Professionals Program

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Each semester, the East-West Center in Washington offers students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain valuable professional training in an international relations research setting.



Indo-Pacific Seminars

May 26: China's Evolving Role in South Asia featuring Dr. Daniel. Markey, Senior Research Professor, Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies; Dr. Joshua T. White (Discussant), Associate Professor of the Practice of South Asia Studies, Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies; Dr. Ellen L. Frost (Discussant), Senior Advisor, East-West Center; and Dr. Satu P. Limaye (Moderator), Vice President, East-West Center & Director, East-West Center in Washington. (10:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. EST) - This seminar will take place entirely on Zoom via its Webinar platform. This seminar will be on-the-record, recorded on Zoom, and live streamed to YouTube for sharing afterwards.

Past Seminars and Topics

Asia Matters for America/America Matters for Asia

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The Asia Matters for America/America Matters for Asia initiative is an interactive, online resource for credible and nonpartisan information, graphics, analysis, and news on US-Indo-Pacific relations at the national, state, and local levels. | ASEAN | Australia | India | Japan | Korea

Visiting Fellowships

EWCW provides fellowships for individuals from the Indo-Pacific and United States undertaking research on topics of relevance to contemporary U.S.-Indo-Pacific policy.

Asia Studies Visiting Fellowship | U.S.-Japan-Southeast Asia Partnership in a Dynamic Asia Fellowship  | The U.S.-Philippines Alliance FellowshipCurrent Visiting Fellows and Scholars | Past Visiting Fellows and Scholars

Asia Pacific Bulletin (APB) analyses focus on policy-relevant Asia Pacific developments and US-Asia relations and are 1000 words in length. APBs are designed to provide insights, information, and perspective for the busy professional or policymaker. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the East-West Center.

Recently, the Asia Pacific Bulletin has featured series that focus on a particular theme/topic with multiple authors weighing in. View them below:


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North Korea in the World is a joint pilot project of the East-West Center and the National Committee on North Korea. It was created to provide researchers, policymakers, journalists, and the general public with easily-accessible information on the external diplomatic and economic relations of North Korea (formally known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, or DPRK). The project aims to collect data from across a wide variety of sources, and to provide context to help its users better understand this data.It also takes a close look at the relationship between North and South Korea, providing data and analysis on topics ranging from inter-Korean trade relations, to the resettlement of North Korean refugees in South Korea, to the frequency and subjects of inter-Korean dialogue.