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U.S.-Asia Relations

The Elliott School — through high-profile public events and faculty scholarship — continues to advance the discussion of Asia and some of the critical issues facing Asian countries.

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Indonesian President Urges Major Powers to Resolve Differences Amicably

September 26, 2014

Stressing how much his country has benefitted from times of peace, His Excellency Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of the Republic of Indonesia, asked the U.S. to advocate for diplomacy and global alliances, especially as it tries to pivot its attention toward Asia.
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U.S. Policy on Asia: Where Do We Go From Here?

September 08, 2014

Kurt Campbell, Chairman and CEO of The Asia Group and Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, discusses the future of U.S. foreign policy in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Rebooting the U.S. Rebalance to Asia

May 28, 2014

President Barack Obama's trip to Asia in April 2014 was an important juncture in his administration's "pivot" or "rebalancing" of U.S. foreign policy to the Asia-Pacific, but more must be done. The administration must overcome its recent policy setbacks, avoid policy mistakes in the future, and implement its strategic vision with strong, steadier policies.

Spotlight on Students

No Case for a U.S.-China Space Race

Elliott School graduate student Zack Hester (M.A. ISTP, 2015), discusses China's space activities in Space News.

GW, State Department Team Up for International Students Webinar

Elliott School senior Omayra Chuquihuara co-hosted a one-hour webinar — “Adapting to American Campus Culture” — through the U.S. Department of State’s EducationUSA series.

Elliott School Student Goes Inside the White House

Sophomore Gidon Feen answers 10 questions about his experience as a White House intern.

A Brighter Energy Future?

In March 2014, Elliott School graduate students Courtney Peterson, Doug Murray, and Cameron Khodabakhsh traveled to Bangkok, Thailand to conduct research on the country’s solar energy policies.

Undergraduate Scholar Studies Repatriation in Burma

Elliott School senior Keila Franks is a planner.  But in June 2013, as she secretly entered a Burmese refugee camp on the Thailand-Burma border—officially off limits to foreigners—she began to realize that her plans could not predict everything.

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