Northeast Asia: Issues for the New Administration
This Forum on U.S. policy toward Northeast Asia marks two events: the reappraisal of U.S. foreign policy by a new administration and Congress, and the release of the first Brookings Northeast Asia survey. The Survey is a collaborative effort among Asian and American scholars of the Brookings Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies (CNAPS). It analyzes key events in Northeast Asia during 2000-2001, and offers perspectives and recommendations for policymakers on both sides of the Pacific. The forum will focus on political, economic, security, and trade issues in U.S./Northeast Asian relations.
Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Overview, Welcome and Introduction
Panel One: Politics and Security in Northeast Asia
Co-founder and Chairman - Asia Pacific Initiative
Panel Two: Economics and Trade in Northeast Asia
Barry P. Bosworth
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Economic Studies
Visiting Fellow, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies (CNAPS)
Capital Group Company
Paul S.P. Hsu
President, Epoch Foundation and Chairman and CEO, PHYCOS International Co.
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[Suggesting that trilateral meetings between China, South Korea, and Japan be revived] is a way to say this is not zero sum and this is not an anti-China development. It’s smart diplomacy to be saying this.