John Kamm, a prominent advocate of corporate responsibility and human rights in China, addressed a luncheon audience at Brookings on Thursday, October 14 about his 15 years of engaging the Chinese government on prisoners and other issues. Mr. Kamm was awarded a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation on September 28, 2004.
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Prospects and challenges for Taiwan in the years ahead
The most valuable commodity in Washington is the president’s time, the more the administration demonstrates capacity to marshal tangible support for meeting the region’s key economic, health, and climate priorities, the more influence the U.S. will gain in the [Indo-Pacific] region.