Due to unforeseen circumstances this event has been canceled.
Asia’s economic and political landscape is changing. In the last few years, China has spearheaded ambitious new projects, including the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the New Silk Road, while continuing to engage with regional multilateral structures such as the Boao Forum and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Meanwhile, the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership—arguably the economic lynchpin of the US ‘pivot’ to Asia—remains unclear. What are the goals and implications of China’s economic statecraft for regional and global economic governance? And how should the US engage with China and the rest of Asia on these issues?
Kurt M. Campbell’s new book The Pivot: The Future of American Statecraft in Asia will be available for sale and signing from The Book Cellar.