“How Asia Is Reacting to A Less Dependable United States & More Assertive China”
Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian Affairs
The Trans-Pacific Partnership might be over, but the continual maneuvering of the United States and China towards the rest of East Asia continues. As the US-China rivalry causes concern in Asia, the response from other countries in the region has created a new dynamic as they adapt to a less dependable America and a stronger, more assertive China.
Daniel Russel served as Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs from 2013-2017 and as a major figure in the Obama Administration’s “pivot to Asia.” He will be joining us to provide insights on:
*The changing relationship of America and China
*The reaction of other countries in the Asia-Pacific Region and how they are adapting to the dynamics between the two super powers
*How major economic powers such as Japan, South Korea and Taiwan view the long-term impact of the changes
* Prospects for the negotiations with North Korea over denuclearization
Daniel Russel served as Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs from 2013-2017. Prior to his appointment as Assistant Secretary, Mr. Russel was Special Assistant to the President and National Security Senior Staff Director for Asian Affairs. While working at the White House, he was a major figure in the Obama Administration’s “pivot towards Asia” strategy. He also represented the Administration in negotiating with North Korea.
Date: Wednesday, June 5th
Time: 11:30am Reception/ Registration & 12pm Lunch/ Lecture
Location: Prego Mediterranean 2409 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782
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