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India and the U.S. Prepare for Higher Education Summit

by Chris Feddersen
India will host the 2013 India-US Higher Education Dialogue in June bringing the public and private sectors together to expand higher education opportunities.

US-Thai Relations Continue Moving Forward

by Damien Tomkins
Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Surapong Tovichakchaikul met with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during his visit to Washington, D.C., May 5-7, amidst talk of a possible visit to the United States later this year by Thailand’s Prime Minister...

Looking to the Future with the Myanmar Futures Exchange

by Alisha Bhagat, East-West Center APLP Fellow
“The key drivers of change are the interplay of economic, social and political factors. We cannot predict Myanmar’s economic future without dealing with its political and social developments” stated Dr. Aung Tung Thet, economist and member of the Presidential National Economic and...
Llewelyn Hughes, recent Japan Studies Visiting Fellow at the East-West Center in Washington, explains that “The clean energy innovation agenda announced by the US and Japanese governments in their Shared Vision for the Future should retain a focus on how to better cooperate in standards...

Japan’s Crucial Role in Afghanistan

by Victoria Tuke
Victoria Tuke, Visiting Fellow at the Tokyo Foundation, explains why “The centrality of the US-Japan alliance to Japan is an important consideration regarding Afghanistan, but Japan’s interests are broader than solely the alliance.”

South Korea: Give Nukes a Chance

by Denny Roy
Denny Roy, Senior Research Fellow at the East-West Center, argues that “An ROK nuclear weapons capability would impose a meaningful penalty on the DPRK for its nuclear weapons program.”