In November, President Trump will embark on his first visit to the Asia-Pacific region to attend the U.S.-ASEAN summit, the East Asia summit, and the APEC summit. U.S. interests and partnerships in the region are under increasing pressure and face a myriad of evolving challenges in the region including North Korea’s nuclear program, an assertive China ahead of the Chinese Communist Party’s 19th National Party Congress, strained cross-Strait relations, rising tensions in the East and South China Seas, and beyond.

Young China Watchers DC is pleased to invite you to join us for our inaugural event, a conversation with Randy Schriver, President and CEO of Project 2049 Institute. Mr. Schriver will lead an intimate discussion of the evolving security landscape in Asia for the United States under President Trump and the role China will play in shaping America’s next steps to ensure stability in the region and around the world.

Please register through Eventbrite. Registration is required for security purposes. Foreign nationals are encouraged to register before August 14.

We invite Randy Schriver, President and CEO of the Project 2049 Institute to discuss.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ycw-dc-assessing-evolving-challenges-in-the-asia-pacific-and-us-policy-in-the-region-tickets-36884416282

With special thanks to our host Honeywell


Randy Schriver
Randy Schriver is President and CEO of the Project 2049 Institute, a founding partner of Armitage International LLC, and a senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. His current work focuses on security trends in Asia, and he has deep experience across the public and private sectors. He previously served in the State Department as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific and Senior Policy Advisor to the Deputy Secretary of State. He also served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense managing the security relationships with China and Taiwan. He has also advised on foreign and Asia policy for numerous presidential campaigns and served as a Naval Intelligence Officer earlier in his career.




Washington D.C. – Assessing Evolving Challenges in the Asia-Pacific and U.S. Policy in the Region with Randy Schriver [Monday, August 21]
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