America’s Role in Asia: Asian and American Views – Agence France-Presse
July 30, 2008 — Every four years, America’s Role in Asia brings together a distinguished group of Asian and American policy experts, current and former diplomats, and scholars to develop recommendations for U.S. policy toward Asia. The program reflects The Asia Foundation’s view that if workable solutions to common problems are to be found, perspectives from both sides of the Pacific must be heard and shared. Find out more about America’s Role in Asia.
Some of the recommendations are previewed in today’s Agence France-Presse wire story, “Experts ask new U.S. president to give Asia urgent attention,” which was picked up by a number of media outlets including AsiaOne News, the Wall Street Journal’s LiveMint, the Philippines Inquirer, and the Singapore Straits Times.
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