Engaging Asia 2010: The Future of U.S. Leadership
The third annual Engaging Asia conference featured discussion with senior policy leaders and Asia specialists on the economic and strategic trends in the region and the implications for the development of effective U.S. policy.
The half-day conference opened with a panel on the June 2010 NBR Analysis Power Constrained: Sources of Mutual Strategic Suspicion in U.S.-China Relations by David M. Lampton (Johns Hopkins University-SAIS). Cheng Li (Brookings Institution) joined as a discussant.
The panel was followed by presentations on U.S. security and economic policy in Asia by Michèle Flournoy, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, U.S. Department of Defense, and Robert D. Hormats, Under Secretary for Economic, Energy and Agricultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State.
Download the event agenda (PDF).
Power Constrained: Sources of Mutual Strategic Suspicion in U.S.-China Relations by David M. Lampton. (NBR Analysis, June 2010)
Background on the Conference
Engaging Asia is a comprehensive initiative that provides analysis and policy recommendations for U.S. engagement with the region and seeks to encourage integrated high-level discussion of U.S. interests and policy.
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