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Project on Strategic Dialogue in the Asia-Pacific

The strategic importance of the Asia-Pacific continues to grow, driven by China's rise and the response of the United States and other regional powers.


The Project on Strategic Dialogue in the Asia-Pacific explores these dynamics through virtual and on-site dialogues and research projects that bring together experts from the United States, China, and other countries to examine the security, economic, and other challenges facing the region. The project is jointly led by Professors Michael Green and Evan Medeiros and cosponsored by the Asian Studies Program (Walsh School of Foreign Service) and the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues.



Events

Fishing boats on water
May
26
2021

The United States and China in Southeast Asia: Is Confrontation Inevitable?

Over the past decade, economic growth and geopolitical shifts have increased the importance of Southeast Asia for international trade, finance, and security affairs. Heightened U.S.-China tensions have further highlighted the strategic importance of the region within the wider Asia-Pacific. This…

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