Seminars, Conferences, and Dialogues

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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; Democratic Values and Human Rights; and Political Economy and Trade. Previous events in this series can be viewed here

The East-West Center in Washington has also held special seminar series, including:


Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, May 24 (4:00 - 5:30 PM EDT): Implications of the Planned Ending of Some US Assistance Provided Under the Compacts of Free Association featuring Ms. Latesha Love, Director, International Affairs and Trade (IAT) Team, Government Accountability Office; Mr. Jeff Isaacs, Technical Specialist, International Affairs and Trade Team, Government Accountability Office; Ms. Andrea Riba Miller, Senior Analyst, International Affairs and Trade Team, Government Accountability Office; Dr. Marc Rockmore, Senior Economist, International Affairs and Trade Team, Government Accountability Office; H.E. Gerald M. Zackios, Ambassador of the Republic of Marshall Islands to the United States of America, Embassy of the Republic of the Marshall Islands in Washington, DC; Mr. Jackson T. Soram, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of the Federated States of Micronesia; and Dr. Mary Therese Perez Hattori (Moderator), Interim Director, Pacific Islands Development Program, East-West Center. This webinar will be on-the-record, recorded on Zoom, and live streamed to YouTube.

Wednesday May 25, 2022 (10:00-11:00 AM EDT): Balancing Diplomatic Priorities Across Multiple Interests: North Korea and Europe Relations featuring Dr. Ramon Pacheco Pardo, Professor of International Relations, King's College London and KF-VUB Korea Chair, Brussels School of Governance, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Dr. Tereza Novotná, Senior Associate Research Fellow, EUROPEUM and Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow, Center for European Integration, Free University Berlin; Mr. Ross Tokola (Moderator) Executive Associate to the Director, East-West Center in Washington; and Mr. Keith Luse (Opening Remarks), Executive Director, National Committee on North Korea. This webinar will be on-the-record, recorded on Zoom, and live streamed to YouTube.


If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Sarah Wang at [email protected].