United States-East Asia Policy under the Next President
The Nikkei, Japan’s leading business newspaper, co-organizes a seminar to address potential shifts in U.S.-East Asia policy under the next administration. The road to this year’s election has witnessed a particularly early and turbulent start. Looking beyond the fierce battle for the democratic nomination, the economy and foreign policy have emerged as top issues in this year’s campaigns. What changes do the candidates’ administrations hold for policy towards an East Asia that continues to rise in economic and political power? This seminar takes an inside look at the presidential candidates’ East Asia strategies and their potential implications for U.S. business relations with the region.
Matthew Goodman, Managing Director, Stonebridge International LLC
Michael J. Green, Senior Advisor and Japan Chair, Center for Strategic & International Studies; Associate Professor, Georgetown University
John Bussey, Washington Bureau Chief, The Wall Street Journal
Hidenaka Kato, Senior Staff Writer, NIKKEI Inc.; Visiting Fellow, Center for Strategic & International Studies
11-11:30 am Registration
11:30-12:25 pm Presentations
12:25-1:10 Panel discussion and Q&A
Followed by a luncheon buffet
Admission: This is a free event. However, you must register in advance in order to confirm your seat for the lecture. To register for this event, please click the "REGISTER" button above or email [email protected]. For information only, please contact Tomoko Okuno at 212-715-1247.
- Wednesday, June 25, 2008
- 11:00 am