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The Asia Foundation’s office in Washington organizes substantive dialogues with key audiences on policy issues facing the Asia-Pacific. Roundtables, forums, lectures, and dialogues provide policymakers, non-governmental leaders, journalists, and scholars with opportunities to hear contemporary views from Asia. With field offices throughout Asia, the Foundation has extraordinary access to current and emerging leaders and to staff experts in the field, who contribute valuable perspectives on developments and dynamics affecting the region.

Asian Views on America’s Role in Asia

Released on November 15, 2016 in Washington D.C., The Asia Foundation’s signature foreign policy report, Asian Views on America’s Role in Asia: The Future of the Rebalance, convened diverse, distinct perspectives from influential Asian foreign policy specialists. The panel discussions held in Washington, DC and New York focused on strategic foreign policy recommendations for President-elect Trump. The report arrives on the eve of possibly the greatest change in American foreign policy in Asia since the end of World War II. One of the principal conclusions of the report is that most Asians believe that a robust, sustained, and consistent U.S. diplomatic, economic, and security presence in the region is essential.

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Six Stories, Six Paths to Development

Online Platforms as Drivers of Inclusive Growth

Developed with Google’s support, our white paper provides recommendations for decision makers on how to encourage more entrepreneur-driven growth in Asia.

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Six Stories, Six Paths to Development

Developed with Google’s support, our white paper provides recommendations for decision makers on how to encourage more entrepreneur-driven growth in Asia.

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