Washington DC | Launch of the survey on America's role in the Indo-Pacific

When

12.30pm–2.30pm

20 October 2017

Where

1211 Connecticut Ave. NW-8th Floor, Washington, DC 20036

Type

Launch event

Topics

PoliticsForeign policy, defence and strategy

Cost

Free with registration essential

In Washington DC, the Asan Institute for Public Policy hosted the launch of the United States Studies Centre's Survey on America's Role in the Indo-Pacific. The report is the first major, multi-country survey of public opinion since the 2016 US election and reveals a complex picture of public attitudes in Australia, China, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea and India on issues such as American influence under President Donald Trump, international trade, the US-China relationship, and the likelihood of conflict in the region.

Speakers

  • Darshana Baruah, Carnegie India
  • Gordon Flake, Perth USAsia Centre
  • Simon Jackman, United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney
  • J. James Kim, Research Fellow and Director, Washington, DC Office, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
  • Yun Sun, Stimson Center
  • Yuki Tatsumi, Stimson Center

The America in the Indo-Pacific Program receives funding support from the following partners