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As a leading source of high-level research on Asia, NBR places priority on providing the media with accurate, informed, nonpartisan analysis on the Asia-Pacific.

NBR connects the media with leading experts on the region, serves as a resource on issues in Asia today—including politics, security, trade, economics, energy, and health—and provides advance copies of select publications.


Media Conference Call

On Thursday, September 24, 2015, NBR hosted a conference call for media and policymakers on objectives and outcomes of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States.

A moderated discussion with Nicholas Lardy (Peterson Institute for International Economics), Aaron Friedberg (Princeton University), and NBR president Richard Ellings Experts was followed by live Q&A.

Left to right: Richard Ellings, Nicholas Lardy, and Aaron Friedberg

Introduction and Overview of the Xi Visit

Richard Ellings
Aaron Friedberg
Nicholas Lardy

U.S. Sanctions against IP Theft

Aaron Friedberg
Richard Ellings

Chinese Economy Assessment

Nicholas Lardy
Richard Ellings

U.S.-China Cooperation on UN Peacekeeping Operations

Richard Ellings
Aaron Friedberg
Nicholas Lardy

South China Sea Dispute

Aaron Friedberg
Richard Ellings

China Economic Reforms

Richard Ellings
Aaron Friedberg
Nicholas Lardy

Xi's Desire for RMB as Global Reserve Currency

Nicholas Lardy
Richard Ellings

Chinese Capital Flight

Nicholas Lardy
Richard Ellings

China's Anti-Corruption Campaign

Richard Ellings
Aaron Friedberg
Nicholas Lardy

Full Conference Call

Richard Ellings
Aaron Friedberg
Nicholas Lardy

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Experts

NBR's "network of experts" model allows us to maintain close relationships with the best specialists in the United States and worldwide. For specific recommendations on a subject-matter or area expert or to contact experts who work directly for NBR, please contact us: media@nbr.org or 202-347-9767.

Events

NBR invites the media to many of its events. Many of these events are located either in Seattle, Washington, near NBR's headquarters, or near its additional office in Washington, D.C., but NBR also hosts events around the country and around the world. Audio, video, and transcripts are available for many of NBR's past public events: Event Multimedia.

Research

NBR's research is conducted by the following groups, centers, and chairs:

Center for Health and Aging (CHA)

Trade, Economic and Energy Affairs (TEEA)

Political and Security Affairs (PSA)

John M. Shalikashvili Chair in National Security Studies

Kenneth B. and Anne H.H. Pyle Center for Northeast Asian Studies

Slade Gorton International Policy Center

Publications

Within NBR's research areas, major publications include:

Strategic Asia

Asia Policy

NBR Analysis

NBR Special Reports

Commentary and Q&As

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Contact

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202-347-9767
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NBR Research Highlighted on 60 Minutes


The 60 Minutes broadcast of "The Great Brain Robbery," an indepth look at Chinese economic espionage, featured research from the Report of the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property. The episode, which aired on January 17, discusses the tremendous threat that Chinese espionage poses to the U.S. economy.

Preview: The Great Brain Robbery

The Great Brain Robbery (video/full script)


Read NBR's IP Commission Report