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Strategic Asia 2010–11: Asia’s Rising Power and America’s Continued Purpose

Strategic Asia 2010–11

Book | Sep 2, 2010

Strategic Asia 2010-11 Book Launch Event


On September 29, 2010, NBR hosted the book launch for Strategic Asia 2010-2011: Asia’s Rising Power and America’s Continued Purpose at Johns Hopkins University-SAIS in Washington, D.C.

Kurt M. Campbell, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, gave the keynote address followed by a question and response session with the audience. The second portion of the program featured a panel discussion with five of the new volume’s authors. Ashley J. Tellis of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Peter A. Petri of Brandeis University; Abraham M. Denmark of the Center for a New American Security; Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute; and Charles D. Ferguson of the Federation of American Scientists made presentations moderated by NBR’s Roy Kamphausen.

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS

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Welcome

    David M. Lampton, Dean of Faculty and Director of China Studies-SAIS

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    Richard J. Ellings, President, The National Bureau of Asian Research


Keynote Address

    Kurt M. Campbell, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs


Keynote Q & A


PANEL PRESENTATIONS

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Introduction

    Roy Kamphausen, The National Bureau of Asian Research


Strategic Asia: Continuing Success with Continuing Risks

    Ashley J. Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace


Asia and the World Economy In 2030

    Peter A. Petri, Brandeis University


Asia’s Security and Contested Global Commons

    Abraham M. Denmark, Center for a New American Security


Asia-Pacific Demographics in 2010–2040

    Nicholas Eberstadt, American Enterprise Institute


The Implications of Expanded Nuclear Energy in Asia

    Charles D. Ferguson, Federation of American Scientists


PANEL Q & A


CONCLUDING REMARKS

    Richard J. Ellings, President, The National Bureau of Asian Research

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