Asia-Pacific Trip Review
Panelists talked about President Obama’s planned trips to China, Burma and Australia to attend a series of Asia-Pacific meetings, including the G20 Summit. They discussed U.S. policy in the region, relations with China, and trade agreements.
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Michael J. Green Senior Vice President Center for Strategic and International Studies->Asia
Steve Morrison Senior Vice President and Director Center for Strategic and International Studies->Global Health Policy Center
Andrew Schwartz Senior Vice President Center for Strategic and International Studies->External Relations
Ernest Z. Bower Senior Adviser and Chairholder Center for Strategic and International Studies->Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies
Matthew P. Goodman Senior Adviser Center for Strategic and International Studies->Asian Economics
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