We are the nation’s Asia policy think tank.
With power, risk, and opportunity concentrating in Asia, we tackle those critical issues that America’s leaders need to understand.
The National Bureau of Asian Research is an independent research institution based in Seattle and Washington, D.C. We bring world-class scholarship to bear on the evolving strategic environment in Asia through original, policy-relevant research, and we invest in our future by training the next generation of Asia specialists. Our research is conducted by a global network of specialists and tackles critical issues identified by stakeholders in anticipation of future challenges. The findings are a result of independent scholarship and do not reflect institutional perspectives. Our rigorous standards facilitate informed decision-making based on knowledge rather than ideology.
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We rely on the generous contributions of individuals, corporations, foundations, government departments and agencies, and other institutions to help support our work. For three decades, this balanced funding has allowed NBR to produce high-caliber, policy-relevant research on U.S. relations in the Asia-Pacific and gather top leaders from policy, industry, and academia for events throughout the world.
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