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Briefings at the US-Asia Institute cover a variety of subjects with participants from various fields regarding issues significant to U.S.-Asia relations. Generally, all briefings are off-the-record in order to facilitate open and candid discussion. Upcoming briefings will be made known via our mailing list and the homepage of our website.
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The US-Asia Institute was honored to partner with the Hinrich Foundation to host Dr. Michael J. Enright for a private breakfast briefing on his new book, Developing China: The Remarkable Impact of Foreign Direct Investment. Founder and Chairman of Hinrich Foundation, Merle A. Hinrich, as well as Research Fellow Stephen Olson participated in the event....Read More
The Singapore International Foundation and US-Asia Institute are pleased to announce: SIF Connects! Washington DC Innovative Social Policies for a Better World Thursday, September 8, 2016 6:15pm to 8:30pm (Registration starts at 5:45pm) B340 & B354 Rayburn House Office Building The 2016 SIF! Connects Washington DC event was a resounding success. This year’s SIF Connects!...Read More
The U.S.-China Working Group and the US-Asia Institute’s sixth installment of the China 101 Seminar Series 2016: Session 6: China’s Economic Challenges and Opportunities Monday, June 11, 2016 Keynote Speakers: Dr. Yukon Huang Senior Associate Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Mr. Henry Levine Senior Advisor Albright Stonebridge Group About The Series The U.S.-China Working Group under the U.S. House...Read More
The US-Asia Institute is currently organizing the 6th Annual China 101 Briefing Series for Congressional Staff for 2016. It will be held on Capitol Hill, May 16 through July 11. More details to follow. Read More
The U.S.-China Working Group and the US-Asia Institute’s fifth installment of the China 101 Seminar Series 2016: Session 5: U.S. China Military-to-Military Ties Monday, June 20, 2016 Keynote Speaker: Mr. Dean Cheng Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center Heritage Foundation About The Series The U.S.-China Working Group under the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, in...Read More
The U.S.-China Working Group and the US-Asia Institute’s fourth installment of the China 101 Seminar Series 2016: Session 4: Cybersecurity: Its Impact on U.S.-China Relations Monday, June 13, 2016 Keynote Speaker: Dr. James Mulvenon Vice-President, Intelligence Division, Defense Group, Inc. (DGI) Director, DGI’s Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis About The Series The U.S.-China Working Group under...Read More
The U.S.-China Working Group and the US-Asia Institute’s third installment of the China 101 Seminar Series 2016: Session 3: China’s Influence Abroad: What it Means for the United States Monday, June 6, 2016 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Robert Sutter Professor, Elliott School of International Affairs George Washington University Moderator: Dr. Douglas Spelman Senior Advisor, Kissinger Institute Former American Consul General, Shanghai...Read More
The US-Asia Institute was pleased to host guest speaker Professor Pan Guang, Vice Chairman, Shanghai Center for International Studies and scholar on Jewish and Middle East studies.Read More