Indo-Pacific Seminar Series

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The Indo-Pacific Seminar Series brings scholars, policymakers, government officials, and members of the media from the Indo-Pacific and the United States together to present their research and findings to a wide, regional audience. The East-West Center in Washington hosts conferences and events with partners to advance US - Indo-Pacific relations on Capitol Hill and across the United States as well as online webinars to reach audiences outside Washington, DC. The seminars fall within three main topics: Foreign Policy and Defense; Human Rights and Democracy; and Political Economy and Trade. Previous events in this series can be viewed here


Upcoming Webinars

Featuring Mr. Khang X. Vu, Doctoral Candidate, Political Science Department, Boston College

Moderated by Ms. Esther S. Im, Program Officer, National Committee on North Korea

Opening Remarks by Dr. Satu P. Limaye, Vice President, East-West Center & Director, East-West Center in Washington

Featuring Dr. Amitav Acharya, Distinguished Professor of International Relations & UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges and Governance, School of International Service, American University

Discussant H.E. Dr. Dino Patti Djalal, Senior Advisor, The Asia Group

Moderated by Dr. Satu P. Limaye, Vice President, East-West Center & Director, East-West Center in Washington

Featuring Dr. Samuel Ramani, Politics and International Relations Tutor, University of Oxford

Moderated by Mr. Ross Tokola, Executive Associate to the Director, East-West Center in Washington

Opening Remarks by Mr. Keith Luse, Executive Director, National Committee on North Korea

Featuring Dr. Moe Taylor, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Postdoctoral Research Fellow,
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Moderated by Mr. Daniel Wertz, Program Manager, National Committee on North Korea

Opening Remarks by Dr. Satu P. Limaye, Vice President, East-West Center & Director, East-West Center in Washington

Featuring Mr. Tycho van der Hoog, PhD Candidate, African Studies Centre Leiden

Moderated by Mr. Ross Tokola, Executive Associate to the Director, East-West Center in Washington

Opening Remarks by Mr. Keith Luse, Executive Director, National Committee on North Korea


Participation Information

Each seminar takes place on Zoom via its Webinar platform. If seminars are on-the-record, they will be live streamed to YouTube and recorded on Zoom to be made available after the seminar on Vimeo, YouTube, and SoundCloud
 
Upon registering for each seminar, our team will first approve your registration and you will then receive a confirmation email. If you do not, please check your Spam folder. If you still do not see the email within 24 hours or have other questions, please email Mrs. Sarah Wang at wangs@eastwestcenter.org. The confirmation email will provide you with a unique link to join the seminar. Do not share this with anyone else.
 
As an Attendee in a Zoom Webinar, your microphone will be muted and video turned off from the start of the presentation to cut down on noise interference and to maintain security. The Q&A session will occur at the end of the webinar presentation. You are more than welcome to type your questions into the Q&A box throughout the presentation or flag a specific point for the panelists in the Chat feature. We will address questions in the order that they are asked. 
NOTE: If you are planning to watch the seminar via the YouTube livestream or call in on a phone without smart capabilities, you will not be able to participate in the Q&A session. Should you watch on YouTube, YouTube comments will be disabled.If you have a question, please email Mrs. Sarah Wang at wangs@eastwestcenter.org.