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Events

June 2014

2014 Pacific Energy Summit

The 2014 Pacific Energy Summit, "Charting the Course to a Secure and Cleaner Energy Future," will take place on June 30-July 1 in Seoul. The Summit will provide a high-level assessment of the market trends, geopolitical developments, policy decisions, and technological innovations that will play a critical role in determining the energy and environmental outlook for the Asia-Pacific region. This is an invitation-only event. Learn more and request an invitation.

April 2014

2014 Pacific Energy Forum

The 2014 Pacific Energy Forum will take place April 23-24, in Seattle, Washington, and will gather leading experts from Asia, the United States, and Canada to assess the key policy questions that North America and Asia face in determining the future trans-Pacific energy relationship. This invitation-only event will convene high-level representatives from policy, industry, and research from around the Asia-Pacific in order to facilitate interactive, frank discussion on pressing energy and environment issues.

March 2014

Myanmar's Re-emergence: Prospects for U.S.-Myanmar Relations

NBR and the US-ASEAN Business Council co-hosted a discussion marking the roll-out of the NBR Special Report "Myanmar's Growing Regional Role," which assesses the current state of Myanmar and its role in Southeast Asia as 2014 ASEAN Chair. The event was held on March 25, 2014, in Washington, D.C. Learn more.

March 2014

Myanmar’s Re-emergence and the Implications for U.S. Relations in Southeast Asia

Senior policy experts at a December 2013 roundtable discussion examined the progress of Myanmar’s reforms and prospects for the country’s re-emergence within Southeast Asia. Read a brief summary report.

February 2014

Sino-Japan Dynamics and Implications for the U.S.-Japan Alliance

NBR and the U.S.-Japan Research Institute (USJI) convened a discussion on "Sino-Japan Dynamics and Implications for the U.S.-Japan Alliance" on Thursday, February 27, 2014, in Washington, D.C. See event video and speaker bios.

February 2014

Competing Claims in the South China Sea: Potential Paths Forward and Implications for the United States

As part of a strategic initiative aimed at deepening understanding in Congress about U.S. interests in Southeast Asia, a group of senior policy experts addressed the nature of overlapping claims in the South China Sea and the implications for U.S. policy in the region

February 2014

Adapting to a New Energy Era: Strengthening U.S.-Japan Ties

On February 13, NBR and the U.S.-Japan Research Institute (USJI) convened a public discussion on “Adapting to a New Energy Era: Strengthening U.S.-Japan Ties.”

February 2014

Strengthening U.S.-Japan Ties: Photo Gallery

These photos are from a public discussion convened in Tokyo, Japan, by NBR and the U.S.-Japan Research Institute (USJI) on February 13, 2013, as part of the NBR project "Adapting to a New Energy Era."

February 2014

"Adapting to a New Energy Era" Workshop (Tokyo 2014): Photo Gallery

These photos are from an invitation-only workshop convened in Tokyo, Japan, on February 12, 2014, as part of the project Adapting to a New Energy Era. This full-day event featured senior policymakers, industry leaders, and top energy and geopolitical specialists.

February 2014

Adapting to a New Energy Era – February 2014 Workshop

On February 12, NBR convened an intimate, invitation-only workshop in Tokyo, Japan on “Adapting to a New Energy Era” that featured panel discussions with senior representatives from policy, research, and industry.

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Sino-Japan Dynamics and Implications for the U.S.-Japan Alliance



Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard L. Armitage (Armitage International, L.C.), Fumiaki Kubo (USJI and University of Tokyo), David M. Lampton (Johns Hopkins University), and Abraham M. Denmark (NBR) offered insights on "Sino-Japan Dynamics and Implications for the U.S.-Japan Alliance" on Thursday, February 27, in Washington, D.C. The discussion was co-hosted by NBR and the U.S.-Japan Research Institute (USJI).

See event video and speaker bios.