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2010 Asia Policy Assembly
Asia's Global Influence: How Is It Exercised? What Does It Mean?
NBR and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars co-hosted the inaugural 2010 Asia Policy Assembly on June 17–18, 2010, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.
The theme of the 2010 Asia Policy Assembly—Asia’s Global Influence: How Is It Exercised? What Does It Mean?—aligned with the 2010–11 National Asia Research Program research agenda.
Opening Ceremony and Remarks
Richard Ellings, The National Bureau of Asian Research
Lee Hamilton, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Norm Dicks, United States House of Representatives
Policy Challenges and Opportunities for the United States in Asia
James Steinberg, U.S. Department of State
Smart Power Needed for Southeast Asia
Christopher S. “Kit” Bond, United States Senate
The Vital Importance of U.S. Interaction with East and Southeast Asia
Jim Webb, United States Senate
The Role of Academe in Informing U.S. Policy in Asia
Stanley Roth, The Boeing Company
Event Materials and Report
Overview | Agenda | List of presenters | 2010 Asia Policy Assembly Report
Plenary Sessions | Roundtable Sessions | Scalapino Prize Ceremony