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Previous Events at the East-West Center in Washington


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May 17, 2018 Event: The U.S.’ Indo-Pacific Strategy and Its Impacts on the Future Development of Asian Economic ArchitecturesLeft to right: Dr. Karen Pitakdumrongkit and Dr. Satu Limaye

The East West Center in Washington held an off-the-record program with EWCW Visiting Fellow Dr. Karen Pitakdumrongkit on her research thus far into how the US's Indo-Pacific Strategy will affect the Asia Pacific economic architecture.  Read more...

 


March 15, 2018 Event: Asian Century ... on a Knife-edge : A 360 Degree Analysis of Asia's Recent Economic Development Book Launch and DiscussionLeft to right: John West and Dr. Satu Limaye.

The East West Center in Washington held a program with Sophia University's John West on his newest book that details economic, societal, and political challenges throughout the region.  Read more...

 


March 6, 2018 Event: New Challenges in Asia: How Will the US-Japan Alliance Handle Them?Left to right: Professor Soeya, Professor Nakayama, Professor Nishino, and Dr. Ellen Frost.

The East West Center in Washington held a program with several professors from Japan's Keio University and Guest Chair and EWC Senior Adviser Dr. Ellen Frost to discuss the challenges facing the US-Japan alliance.  Read more...

 


March 5, 2018 Event: An Outlook of the Chinese Economy and Sino-Japan Relations Left to right: Mr. Seguchi and Dr. Wong

The East West Center in Washington held a program with the Canon Institute for Global Studies'sKiyoyuki Seguchi and Guest Chair Dr. Anny Wong of the RAND Corporation to discuss how changes in the Chinese economy are causing a shift in Sino-Japan relations.  Read more...

 


February 28, 2018 Event: Sino-Japanese Relations Are More Stable Than They Seem Left to right: Dr. Yasuhiro Matsuda and Dr. Sheila A. Smith

The East West Center in Washington held a program with the University of Tokyo'sDr. Yasuhiro Matsuda and Guest Chair Dr. Sheila A. Smith of the Council on Foreign Relations to discuss how the Sino-Japanese relationship is a lot more complex and, dare we say it, optimistic than meets the eye.  Read more...

 


February 27, 2018 Event: Where Do We Go from Here? Southeast Asia at a Crossroad Left to right: Dr. Ja Ian Chong and Dr. Satu Limaye.

The East West Center in Washington held a program with the National University of Singapore'sDr. Ja Ian Chong to discuss the challenges facing the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Southeast Asia more broadly.  Read more...

 


February 5, 2018 Event: Global Allies: Comparing US Alliances in the 21st Century Book Discussion Left to right: Dr.Michael Wesley and Dr. Satu Limaye.

The East West Center in Washington held a program with The Australian National University's Dr. Michael Wesley to discuss his newest book's analysis on challenges facing the United States' alliances in the Indo Asia Pacific.  Read more...

 


Archived 2017 Events