EWC in Washington

The East-West Center in Washington provides US and regional government stakeholders and program partners with innovative training, analytical and dialogue exchange, and public diplomacy products to meet US policy priorities and expressed needs in the Indo-Pacific region.

East-West Center in Washington

Advancing US-Indo-Pacific relations through innovative content, publications, exchanges, and outreach activities.

Furthering the Center’s congressional mandate of cooperative research, education, and exchange on US-Asia relations, the East-West Center in Washington’s projects, programs, and products service six key sets of stakeholders—1) the US Congress, 2) the US Department of State, 3) other US government departments and agencies, 4) Indo-Pacific governments and embassies, 5) wide and expanding networks of partnerships that include US and Indo-Pacific think tanks, foundations, academia, and the media, and 6) program participants and contributors.