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NBR CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP OVERVIEW

NBR is the premier independent, nonpartisan research institution dedicated to informing and strengthening U.S.-Asia policy. Chairman's Council corporate partners and Corporate Strategic Partners leverage NBR's resources to augment in-house expertise and existing relationships to engage more effectively in Asian markets. Key benefits include:

· EXCLUSIVE ACCESS: to top policy leaders and experts at NBR's limited-invitation programs around the globe and an unparalleled network of 4,000 Asia experts for private briefings and tailored research on developments in Asia ENHANCED IMPACT: for policy initiatives through regular NBR briefings and outreach programs that provide Congress and government officials with independent, expert analysis on issues affecting the global business environment INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIP: that emphasizes collaboration with the public and private sectors in identifying issues for NBR's research agenda and a unique "virtual think tank" business model that leverages relationships with other research institutions and a network of specialists to tackle policy issues in a flexible, timely, and cost-effective manner

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Corporate sponsorship helps support NBR's research programs, policy outreach efforts, and a company's involvement in them. Initiatives include:

· · · · · · · Strategic Asia: An annual, comprehensive assessment by leading specialists of key developments in Asia and the implications projected over five years. Energy & Environment: Studies, expert briefings, and workshops with senior officials and specialists designed to examine the implications of Asia's growing energy needs. Pacific Health Summit: Annual meeting drawing together 250 top leaders in science, policy, industry, and medicine to develop innovative and effective responses to global health needs. Trade and Finance Initiatives: Studies that inform public debate and policy and promote education on the drivers and implications of global trade and finance trends. Exclusive WTO Email Groups: Key policymakers, academic specialists, and business leaders share analysis of issues related to China and Russia's accessions to the WTO on moderated email fora. Infrastructure Studies: Analysis of infrastructure investment programs and the impact on key Eurasian countries' economic development. China Technology and Innovation: Binational project examining the economic and development implications of standards planning for industry in China.

NBR Corporate Partners 2006-2008

AEA Investors Affymetrix, Inc. ALCEL, Inc. AIG, Inc.* Amgen, Inc. AMVESCAP PLC* Anteon International APCO Worldwide Bank Negara Malaysia BAE Systems* The Blackstone Group, LP The Boeing Company* BP plc* Brown & Haley The Carlyle Group The CNA CBOL Corporation Chevron Corporation* Citibank Cisco Systems* The Coca-Cola Co.* ConocoPhillips* Corning Inc.* Cosco North America Dell Inc.* ExxonMobil* Ford Motor Company* Fujitsu Ltd. General Electric Co.* GE Healthcare GlaxoSmithKline Goldman, Sachs & Co.* HSBC Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce Intel Corporation* Intelius, Inc. International Business Machines Corp. Itron, Inc. The Japan Bank of International Cooperation The Japan Times-Nifco Group The Kinokuniya Book Stores of America K&L Gates* L-3 Communications* Lockheed Martin* McAdams, Wright, Ragen, Inc. MDC Holding Corp. Microsoft Corporation* Motorola, Inc.* Nike, Inc.* Northrop Grumman International* Oracle Corporation* Pfizer, Inc.* Plug Power PriceWaterhouseCoopers Procter & Gamble* The RAND Corporation Roche Diagnostics Russell Investment Group SAP SEMPRA Energy* Sony Sun Microsystems* TriWest Healthcare Alliance UPS* U.S. Chamber of Commerce Viisage Wells Fargo & Co.* Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership

* Representative appointed to NBR Board of Directors or Chairman's Council of corporate advisors.

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NBR PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES

In addition to opportunities for private, on-site corporate briefings by NBR experts, business executives from partnering companies are invited to participate in exclusive programs designed to bring together members of NBR's Board of Directors and Chairman's Council, government officials, academic experts, opinion leaders, and other representatives of the policymaking community to exchange ideas and identify topics for NBR's research programs to address. Programs are organized in major cities in the U.S. and Asia around NBR research programs, Board meetings, and other events. They include small-group Executive Business Briefings, invitation-only conferences and workshops, as well as Foreign Relations Discussion Group (FRDG) programs, NBR's signature series of meetings, where a select group of no more than 25 business leaders and policymakers gather to discuss contemporary foreign policy issues in an off-the-record, collegial setting. EXAMPLES

May 26, 2004 DC

Joint NBR-Russell 20-20 Program on China and India Featured Speakers: Walter Anderson, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS; ManWing Chung, JF Asset Management; Michael Clark, U.S.-India Business Council; Carla Hills, Hills & Co.; Dwight Perkins, Harvard University; Adm. Joseph Prueher, former U.S. Ambassador to China, and Commander of the U.S. Pacific Command; J. Stapleton Roy, Kissinger Associates; Teresita Schaffer, CSIS; T.N. Srinivasan, Yale University; and Ashley Tellis, Carnegie International Endowment for Peace FRDG Discussion on Offshoring to China and India Discussion Leader: Amb. Thomas R. Pickering, Senior Vice President of The Boeing Company FRDG Discussion on Strategic Developments in Asia and Their Implications Discussion Leaders: Dr. Ashley Tellis, Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Research Director of NBR's Strategic Asia Program, along with other members of NBR's 2004-05 Strategic Asia team

May 26, 2004 DC

September 22, 2004 DC

September 28-9, 2004 Annual Energy Conference on Asian Energy Security and Implications for the Seattle U.S., co-sponsored with the Pacific Northwest Center for Global Security and the U.S. Department of Energy Featured Speakers; James Shinn, National Intelligence Officer, East Asia; Philip Andrews-Speed, University of Dundee, UK; Erica Downs, International Energy Analyst; Gurneeta Vasudeva, The Energy and Security Group; David Thurman, Senior Research Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Kent Calder, Johns Hopkins SAIS; Yonghun Jung, Asia Pacific Energy Research Center, Tokyo; Fareed Mohamedi, PFC Energy; Laurent Ruseckas, Eurasia Group; Edward Chow, International Oil Consultant; Tomoko Hosoe, The East-West Center; Dr. Keun-Wook Paik, Royal Institute for International Affairs, London; Mikkal Herberg, NBR; Carol Kessler, The Pacific Northwest Center for Global Security; Jonathan Sinton, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley; Edward Morse, Hess Energy Trading Company; Robert Manning, Department of State; Thomas Fisher, Unocal Corporation; Felix Chang, Foreign Policy Research Institute

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October 27, 2004 DC

FRDG Discussion on Why Globalization Works and NBR Globalization Program Launch Discussion Leaders: Mr. Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times, Amb. Robert Zoellick, U.S. Trade Representative Joint NBR-Russell 20-20 Program on China, in conjunction with NBR Board meeting Featured Speakers: U.S. Ambassador Sandy Randt and the U.S. Embassy Country Team for Commercial, Economic, Treasury, Political, and Military Affairs; William C. McCahill, Jr., Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr, LLP; Richard P. Suttmeier, University of Oregon; Zixiang (Alex) Tan, Syracuse University; John Zhuang Yang, Beijing International MBA Program at Peking University; Joerg Wuttke, BASF/China; Tim Clissold, Author of Mr. China, George Russell, NBR; Honorable Zhao Qizheng, Minister, State Council Information Office; Honorable Zhou Wenzhong, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs; Li Xiaopeng, Huaneng Power International; Neil Beveridge, British Petroleum; Sir Christopher Hum, Ambassador of United Kingdom to China; Joseph Kahn, The New York Times; Melinda Liu, Newsweek; Yin Li, Ministry of Health; Fuchu He, Chinese Academy of Science and Director, Chinese National Center of Biomedical Analysis; Depei Liu, Chinese Academy of Medical Science & Peking Union Medical College; Roberta Lipson, Chindex; Wu Qing, Rural Women Knowing All Magazine Presentations on The Rising Powers of Strategic Asia: China, India, and the Challenges for the Second Term, co-organized with the Asia Society and Bridging Nations Featured Speakers: Walter K. Andersen, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS; Mikkal Herberg, NBR; Michael D. Swaine, Carnegie Endowment for Peace; Ashley J. Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for Peace Briefing and discussion on Chinese Technonationalism Specialist: Prof. Richard P. Suttmeier, Professor of Political Science, University of Oregon Colloquium on Globalization and American Prosperity Featured Speakers: Charlene Barshefsky, former U.S. Trade Representative; Congressman Norm Dicks (D-WA); R. Michael Gadbaw, GE; Congressman Jim Leach (R-IA); Michael Mullen, US Department of Homeland Security; George F. Russell, Jr., Chairman Emeritus, Russell Investment Group; FRDG Discussion on Asia's Rightful Place in the American Trade Agenda Discussion Leader: Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT), Ranking Member on the Senate Finance Committee Briefing and discussion on Goals for the Pacific Health Summit Specialist: Dr. Michael Birt, Director, Center for Health and Aging, NBR Briefing on China's Technology and Standards Policy Specialist: Prof. Richard P. Suttmeier, Professor of Political Science, University of Oregon

November 8-10, 2004 Beijing

December 15, 2004 DC

March 8, 2005 DC

March 9, 2005 DC

March 9, 2005 DC

March 11, 2005 DC May 16, 2005 DC

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June 6-8, 2005 Seattle

Inaugural Pacific Health Summit, co-organized with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Featured Speakers/Participants: Louis Burns, Intel Digital Health Group; William Castell; GE Healthcare; Suchai Charoenratanakul, Minister of Public Health, Thailand; Zhu Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Christopher J. Elias, PATH; Stephen Friend, Merck; Lee Hartwell, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; J. Edward Hill, American Medical Association; Caroline Kovac, IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences; Kiyoshi Kurokawa, Science Council of Japan; David Lawrence, Kaiser Permanente; Jong-Wook Lee, WHO; Kyeong-Ho Lee, Korea Health Industry Development Institute; Depei Liu, Chinese Academy of Engineering and Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences; Edison Liu, Genome Institute of Singapore; Craig Mundie, Microsoft; Koji Omi, former Minister of Science and Technology, Japan; Uwe Reinhardt, Princeton University; Satku K. Satkunanantham, Ministry of Health, Singapore; Haruo Shimada, Keio University; Andrew C. Von Eschenbach, National Cancer Institute; Cheng-Wen Wu, National Health Research Institutes, Taiwan, Elias Z. Zerhouni, NIH Conference on Contending Perspectives: Southeast Asian and American Views of a Rising China, co-organized with the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, and in collaboration with the U.S. Army War College and U.S. Department of State Featured Speakers: Adm. Thomas B. Fargo, USN (ret.), former Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; Ahmad Md. Magad, Chairman of Government Parliamentary Committee for Finance Trade and Industry, Singapore; Barry Desker, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies; Richard J. Ellings, NBR; Douglas Lovelace, U.S. Army War College; Suthiphand Chirathivat, Chulalongkorn University; Tan Khee Giap, Nanyang Technological University; Mikkal E. Herberg, NBR; Etel Solingen, UC, Irvine; Khong Yeun Foong,, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies; Irman Lanti, The Indonesia Institute; Ian Storey, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies; Lee Poh Ping, University Kebangsan Malaysia; Robert G. Sutter, Georgetown University; Andrew Scobell, U.S. Army War College; Renato Cruz de Castro, De La Salle University, Manila; Michael Chambers, Indiana State University; Paul Godwin, National War College and National Defense University; Bernard Loo, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies; Evelyn Goh, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies; Sheldon W. Simon, Arizona State University

August 22-4, 2005 Singapore

September 27-8, 2005 Annual Energy Conference on China's Search for Energy Security and DC Implications for the U.S., in partnership with the Pacific Northwest Center for Global Security Featured Speakers: Stephen J. Flanagan, Institute for National Strategic Studies; Carol Kessler, The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Center for Global Security; Bo Kong, The Pacific Northwest Center for Global Security; Mick O'Keefe, ExxonMobil; James Dorian, International Energy Economist; Mustafa Mohatarem, General Motors; David Fridley, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory; Jeffrey Logan, World Resources Institute; Lisa Murkowski (RAlaska), Chair, Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific; Adam Scheinman, U.S. Department of Energy, NNSA; David Pumphrey, U.S. Department of Energy; Erica Downs, Princeton University; Stephen Lewis, James A. Baker Institute for Public Policy; Jason Kindopp, Eurasia Group; Phillip Saunders, National Defense University; David Zweig, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Xuanli Liao, University of Dundee, UK;

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Fareed Mohamedi, PFC Energy Ltd.; Edward Chow, International Energy Consultant; Robert Price, U.S. Department of Energy; Mikkal Herberg, NBR; Cindy Lersten, U.S. Dept. of Energy, NNSA; Kenneth Lieberthal, University of Michigan; Jeffrey Bader, Brookings Institution September 29, 2005 DC Presentations on Military Modernization in Strategic Asia, co-organized with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Featured Speakers: Stephen J. Blank, U.S. Army War College; Richard J. Ellings, NBR; Aaron Friedberg, Princeton University; Robert M. Hathaway, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Christopher W. Hughes, University of Warwick; Michael O'Hanlon, The Brookings Institute; Kimberley Marten, Columbia University; Jonathan Pollack, U.S. Naval War College; David Shambaugh, The George Washington University; Sheldon Simon, Arizona State University; Michael D. Swaine, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Ashley J. Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace FRDG Discussion on Military Modernization in Asia Discussion Leaders: Dr. Ashley J. Tellis, Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Research Director of NBR's Strategic Asia Program, along with other members of NBR's 2005-06 Strategic Asia team Briefings on the Pacific Health Summit Outcomes and Related Research Specialist: Dr. Michael Birt, Director, Center for Health and Aging, NBR Briefings with the U.S. Pacific Command, in conjunction with NBR Board of Directors Meeting, reception with Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill and Chiefs of Mission Featured Speakers: Ralph A. Cossa, Pacific Forum CSIS; Nicholas N. Eberstadt, American Enterprise Institute; Richard J. Ellings, NBR; Admiral (ret.) Thomas B. Fargo, Former Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; Mikkal E. Herberg, NBR; LTC (ret.) Roy Kamphausen, NBR; William C. McCahill, Jr., Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP; Major General Gary L. North, Director for Operations, U.S. Pacific Command; Major General Albert P. Richards, Jr., Reserve Component Assistant to the Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; George F. Russell, Jr., NBR; Sheldon W. Simon, Arizona State University; Ashley J. Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Michael Wills, NBR; Daniel B. Wright, NBR; Kang Wu, East-West Center Executive Business Briefing on China-ASEAN Trade and Investment Flows and Their Impact co-hosted with the U.S.-ASEAN Business Council Specialists: Dr. Tan Khee Giap, Nanyang Technological University; Dr. Etel Solingen, University of California-Irvine; and Mr. Mikkal Herberg, NBR Workshop on China's Standards Policy Featured Speakers: Linda Garcia, Georgetown University; Ji Fusheng, Tsinghua University; Scott Kennedy, Indiana University; Mu Rongping, Chinese Academy of Science; Su Jun, Tsinghua University; Pete Suttmeier, Oregon University; Alex Tan, Syracuse University; Zhao Chaoyi, China's National Institution of Standardization

September 29, 2005 DC

October 4-5, 2005 DC October 23-25, 2005 Hawaii

November 4, 2005 DC

January 6, 2006 Beijing

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February 23, 2006 DC

Executive Business Briefing and discussion on Trade, Interdependence, and Security Specialist: Mr. Michael Wills, Director, Strategic Asia Program, NBR Executive Business Briefing on China's Search for Energy Security Specialists: Dr. Ken Lieberthal, University of Michigan, Mr. Mikkal Herberg, NBR Congressional Briefing on WHO is Hu, and WHY it Matters with Reps. Mark Kirk and Rick Larson, and other offices represented on the Congressional U.S.-China Working Group Specialists: Dr. Richard Ellings, NBR; Dr. David M. Lampton, Johns Hopkins SAIS; Dr. Nicholas Lardy, IIE; Dr. Cheng Li, Brookings Institution Strategic Asia Forum and Gala in Honor of Gen. John M. Shalikashvili Featured Speakers: Madeleine K. Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State; Ashton B. Carter, Harvard University; Norman Dicks, U.S. House of Representatives; Michael M. Dunn, National Defense University; Karl W. Eikenberry, Commander, Combined Forces Command Afghanistan; Richard J. Ellings, NBR; William J. Fallon, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; Aaron L. Friedberg, Princeton University; Michael J. Green, Georgetown University; Stephen J. Hadley, NSC; David M. Lampton, Johns Hopkins University; James Leach, U.S. House of Representatives; Richard B. Myers, Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; William A. Owens, AEA Holdings ASIA; William J. Perry, Stanford University; Joseph W. Prueher, Former Ambassador to China; Kenneth B. Pyle, NBR; George F. Russell, Jr., Russell Investment Group; John M. Shalikashvili, Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; John P. White, Harvard University; Robert B. Zoellick, Deputy Secretary of State The Role of Technology in Healthcare Workgroup Meeting co-hosted with Fujitsu Ltd. Featured Speakers: Naoyuki Akikusa, Fujitsu; Michael Birt, NBR; Jeremy Bonfini, Intel; Ticia Gerber, eHealth Initiative; Yu-Chuan Li, Wan-Fu Hospital, Taiwan; Howard Isenstein, Federation of American Hospitals; AnnMarie Kimball, Asia Pacific Emerging Infections Network /UW; John Kobayashi, UW; Chien Earn Lee, MOH, Singapore; Hajime Miyamoto, Fujitsu; Risaburo Nezu, Fujitsu Research Institute; John Ries, U.S. Embassy; Haruo Shimada, Keio University; Yasuhiro Suzuki, MHLW; Kenichiro Taneda, National Institute of Public Health; Yuji Tokumasu, METI; Zijun Zhou, Peking University Congressional Briefing on China's Pursuit of Energy Security: Attitudes and Behavior with Reps. Mark Kirk and Rick Larson, and other offices represented on the Congressional U.S.-China Working Group Specialists: Dr. Steven Lewis, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy and Dr. Erica Downs, The Brookings Institution China Initiative Second Annual Pacific Health Summit, co-organized with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Featured Speakers/Participants: William Brody, The Johns Hopkins University; Hongxin Cao, Acadamy of Chinese Medical Sciences; Ding-Shinn Chen, National Taiwan University; William Clarke, GE Healthcare; Peter Corr,

April 3, 2006 DC

April 4, 2006 DC

April 5, 2006 DC

April 11-12, 2006 Tokyo

June 9, 2006 DC

June 20-22, 2006 Seattle

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Pfizer, Nigel Crisp, UK Department of Health; Christopher Elias, PATH; William Gates, Sr., Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Christine Gregoire, Governor of the State of Washington; Lee Hartwell, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; J. Edward Hill, American Medical Association; Leroy Hood, Institute for Systems Biology; John Iglehart, Health Affairs; Naoki Ikegami, Keio University; Caroline Kovac, IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences; KyeongHo Lee, Korea Health Industry Development Institute; Edison Liu, Genome Institute of Singapore; Craig Mundie, Microsoft; Moises Naim, Foreign Policy Magazine; Koji Omi, Japanese House of Representatives; Franklyn Prendergast, Mayo Clinic; Uwe Reinhardt, Princeton University; Haruo Shimada, Keio University; Ian Shugart, Health Canada; Zuojun Jiang, PRC Vice Minister of Health; Tadataka Yamada, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation June 14, 2006 DC Executive Business Briefing on China's Standards of Power co-hosted with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Specialists: Prof. Pete Suttmeier, University of Oregon; Ms. Ann Rollins, Information Technology Industry Council; and Mr. Tim Wineland, USTR Executive Business Briefing and brainstorm on NBR's 2006-07 Research Agenda - Interactive discussion with Chairman's Council representatives NBR Program Directors: Raelyn Campbell, Roy Kamphausen, Mahin Karim, Mercy Kuo, Claire Topal, Michael Wills, Dan Wright Annual PLA Conference on Exploring the "Right Size" for China's Military and implications for the U.S. and regional powers Featured Speakers: LTC (ret.) Dennis Blasko; Michael Chambers, Indiana State; LTC (ret.) Cortez Cooper; David Finkelstein, CNA; Lyle Goldstein, Naval War College; Colonel (ret.) Kevin Lanzit; Rear Admiral (ret.) Michael McDevitt, CNA; Evan Medeiros, RAND; Phil Saunders, NDU; Larry Wortzel (USCC) Executive Business Briefing on U.S. Services Trade, Employment, and Competitiveness Specialists: Prof. Robert W. Bednarzik, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Kent Hughes, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Private Sponsors Briefing on Strategic Asia 2006­07: Trade, Interdependence, and Security Featured Presentations: Michael Mastanduno on "Japan: Back to Normal?", David C. Kang on "South Korea: Embracing Interdependence in Pursuit of Security," and other members of the 2006-07 Strategic Asia research team FRDG discussion on U.S. Services Trade, Employment, and Competitiveness Discussion Leaders: Prof. Robert W. Bednarzik, Georgetown Public Policy Institute Information Technology in Health: From Bullet-proof Examples to Policy Recommendations Workgroup Meeting co-hosted with Intel Corporation Featured Speakers: Michael Birt, NBR; Jeremy Bonfini, Intel; Elizabeth Hernandez (GSK); Neil Jordan, Microsoft; James Kondo, University of Tokyo; Myoungho Lee, Yonsei University; Yu-Chuan Li, Wan-Fu Hospital,

September 13, 2006 DC

October 6-8, 2006 Carlisle, PA

October 19, 2006 DC

October 20, 2006 DC

October 20, 2006 DC

November 2-3, 2006 Singapore

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Taiwan; Chien Earn Lee, MOH, Singapore; Risaburo Nezu, Fujitsu Research Institute November 16, 2006 DC Executive Business Briefing on Russia, the WTO, and Globalization co-hosted with the U.S.-Russia Business Council Specialists: Dr. Philip Hanson, Chatham House; Dr. Steven Hanson, University of Washington; Dr. Peter Rutland, Wesleyan University

November 17-18, 2006 Limited-invitation conference on Pursuing Security in a Dynamic Northeast Seattle Asia, in conjunction with the November 16 launch of the Kenneth B. and Anne H.H. Pyle Center for Northeast Asian Studies. The conference will identify and analyze the underlying forces and long-term issues that will shape the security architecture and stability of the region. Featured Speakers: Michael Armacost, Former U.S. Ambassador to Japan; Aaron Friedberg, Princeton University; Francis Fukuyama, Johns Hopkins University (SAIS); Nicholas Lardy, IIE; Chae-Jin Lee, Claremont McKenna; Jung-Hoon Lee, Yonsei; Kenneth Lieberthal, University of Michigan; Walter Mondale, Former U.S. Ambassador to Japan Yoshio Okawara, Former Japanese Ambassador to the U.S.; Dwight Perkins, Harvard; George Russell, Russell Investment Group; Richard Samuels, MIT; Yukio Satoh, The Japan Institute of International Affairs; Robert Scalapinio, UC Berkeley; Stephen Sestanovich , Columbia University; Dmitri Trenin, CEIP November 28, 2006 DC Congressional Briefing on China and Its Neighbors: Implications for the United States with Reps. Mark Kirk and Rick Larson, and other offices represented on the Congressional U.S.-China Working Group Specialists: Robert G. Sutter, Georgetown University and Murray Scott Tanner, The Rand Corporation Workshop on U.S. Engagement with Muslim Asia since September 11 Featured Speakers: Dr. Vali Nasr, Naval Post Graduate School; Dr. Robert Hefner, Boston University; Dr. William Fierman, Indiana University Workshop on Asian Proliferation 2015: North Korea, Iran, and Consequences for the Global Non-proliferation Regime Featured Speakers: Mr. Michael Wills, NBR; Dr. Jonathan Pollack, Naval War College; Dr. Christopher Hughes, Warwick University; Mr. Mark Fitzpatrick, IISS; Dr. Deepa Ollapally, GWU; Ms. Carol Kessler, PNNL; Dr. Gary Samore, CFR; Amb. Mitchell Reiss, College of William and Mary; Dr. Stephen Rosen, Harvard University Briefing with the House Armed Services Committee China delegation on U.S.China Energy Issues Featured Participants: Rick Larsen, Steve Israel, others Foreign Relations Discussion Group on U.S.-China Economic Relations Discussion Leaders: Mr. Lu Baifu and Dr. Ding Yifan, National People's Congress and State Council Development Research Center Workshop on Pandemic Influenza Vaccines: Building a Platform for Global Cooperation, co-presented with the Chinese Center for Disease Control & Prevention

November 28, 2006 DC

December 14, 2006 DC

January 2, 2007 Seattle

January 23, 2007 DC

January 29-31, 2007 Beijing

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January 30, 2007 DC

Congressional Briefing on China's Weaponization of Space: Implications for the U.S. and the Future of U.S.-China Space Cooperation with Reps. Mark Kirk and Rick Larson, and other offices represented on the Congressional U.S.China Working Group Specialists: Dan Blumenthal, AEI; David Finkelstein, CNA Corporation; and Joan Johnson-Freese, Naval War College Workshop on Health Information Technology in India Featured Speakers: Dr. Lionel Binns, Hewlett-Packard; Dr. Michael Birt, NBR Center for Health & Aging, Mr. Jeremy Bonfini, Intel Corporation; Ms. Deepanwita Chattopadhyay, ICICI Knowledge Park; Dr. Ashok Jhunjuhnwala, IIT Madras; Dr. Vikram Kumar, Dimagi; Mr. Vikram Manchanda, Microsoft; Mr. JVG Krishna Murthy, PATH; Dr. P. Namperumalsamy, Aravind Eye Care System; Dr. Ramdas Pai, Manipal Group; Dr. Sam Pitroda, Knowledge Commission, Mr. Karthik Ragagopal, Tata Consulting Services, Dr. M. Rajasekhar, ITC e-Choupal, Dr. Ajit Rao, Texas Instruments; Dr. Girish Rao, Unilever Research Center; Ms. Sangita Reddy, Apollo Hospitals Group; Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty, Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital; Dr. Kas Subramanian, Strand Life Sciences Workshop on China 2020: Future Scenarios Featured Speakers: Mr. Pieter Bottelier, Johns Hopkins-SAIS; Dr. Kam Wing Chan, University of Washington; Mr. Craig Denny, Global Business Network; Dr. Nicholas Eberstadt, AEI; Dr. David Lampton, Johns Hopkins-SAIS; Dr. Cheng Li, Brookings Institute; Dr. Yang Fenggang, Perdue University Executive Business Briefing on Asian National Oil Companies Hosted with the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan Specialists: Mikkal Herberg, NBR Executive Business Briefing and Chairman's Council discussion on Pandemics--Working Together for an Effective and Equitable Response: 2007 Pacific Health Summit Issue Highlights Featured Speaker: Dr. Michael Birt, NBR Annual Energy Conference on The Rise of Asia's National Oil Companies: Competitive Issues and Geopolitical Implications Featured Speakers: Stephen Flanagan, National Defense University; Trevor Houser, China Strategic Advisory; Jing Huang, Brookings Institution; Juli MacDonald, Booz Allen Hamilton; Leena Srivastava, TERI; Peter C. Evans, CERA; Phil Saunders, NDU; Saad Rahim, PFC Energy; Charles E. Ziegler, University of Louisville; Stephen Blank, US Army War College; Clifford Shelton, Tufts University; Harry Broadman, World Bank; Wenran Jiang, University of Alberta; Xiaojie Xu, CNPC; Robert Haines, ExxonMobil; Mikkal Herberg, NBR; Ed Morse, Lehman Brothers

February 10-12, 2007 Mumbai

February 16, 2007 Warrenton, VA

April 5, 2007 Tokyo

April 24, 2007 DC

May 3-4, 2007 DC

May 24, 2007 DC

Briefing for the Congressional U.S.-China Working Group on China's Energy Security Efficiency and the Environment: Sino ­ U.S, Relations Featured Speakers: Richard Cooper, Harvard University; Joanna Lewis, Pew Center on Global Climate Change; Jiang Lin, Ernest Orlando

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Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory, University of California; Daniel Rosen, China Strategic Advisory

June 12-14, 2007 Seattle Annual Pacific Health Summit on Pandemics--Working Together for an Effective and Equitable Response, co-presented with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Featured Speakers: Dr. Myoung-Ock Ahn, National Assembly, ROK; Dr. Anna Barker, National Cancer Institute; Dr. Maharaj K. Bhan, Ministry of Science and Technology, India; Sir William Castell, The Wellcome Trust; Maria Cattaui, International Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Margaret CHAN, World Health Organization; Nils Daulaire, Global Health Council; William H. Gates, Sr., Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Dr. Lee Hartwell, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Joe Hogan, GE Healthcare; H.E. Dato' Sri Jamaludin Jarjis, Ph.D., Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysia; Dr. Choon-Jin Kim, National Assembly, ROK; Dr. Shouxin Li, China's National Development and Reform Commission; Craig Mundie, Microsoft; Dr. David Nabarro, UN System Senior Coordinator for Avian and Human Influenza; Dr. K. Srinath Reddy, Public Health Foundation of India; Dr. Uwe Reinhardt, Princeton University; Dr. Haruo Shimada, Keio University; Dr. Andrew C. Von Eschenbach, USFDA; Dr. Min Wang, China's State Council; Dr. Yu Wang, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention; Dr. Mingjiang Wu, Chinese Medical Association; Dr. Tadataka Yamada, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; others Executive Business Briefing and Chairman's Council discussion on India Rising Speaker: Dr. Ashley Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for Peace

July 23, 2007 DC

August 1, 2007 DC

Congressional Briefing on Chinese National Security: Xinjiang, Narcotics and Space Featured Speakers: Dean Cheng, The CNA Corporation; David Finkelstein, The CNA Corporation; David M. Lampton, SAIS; Niklas Swanstrom, Institute for Security and Development Policy

September 10-13, 2007 Conference on U.S.-South Korea Futures and Business Dialogue Seoul Featured Speakers: Nicholas Eberstadt, AEI; Lee Guen, Korea Institute for Future Studies; Aaron Friedberg, Princeton University; Lim Won Hyuk, Korea Development Institute; Adam Posen, IIE; Yoon Young Kwan, former Foreign Minister of South Korea; Gil Jung-Woo, JoongAng Ilbo News; Park Chul-Hee, Seoul National University; Leon Sigal, Social Science Research Council; Kim Guen-Sik, Kyungnam University; Gordon Flake, The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation; Kim Tae-hyo, Senogkyunkwan University; Scott Snyder, The Asia Foundation; Enders Wimbush, Hudson Institute; Kim JoonHyung, Handong University September 26, 2007 DC Congressional, government, and corporate briefings on Strategic Asia 2007-08 Featured Speakers: Dr. Ashley Tellis and other members of NBR's 2007-08 Strategic Asia research team

September 28-30, 2007 Annual PLA Conference on The "People" in the PLA: Recruitment, Training, Carlisle, PA and Education in China's 80-Year-Old Military, in collaboration with the U.S. Army War College

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Featured Speakers: David Sedney, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, East Asia; Andrew Scobell, Texas A&M University; Roy Kamphausen, NBR; Thomas Bickford, The CNA Corporation; Harlan Jencks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; James Mulvenon, Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis; David Finkelstein, The CNA Corporation; Dennis Blasko, Independent Analyst; Rob Modarelli, National Center for APEC; John Corbett, CENTRA Technology, Inc.; Edward O'Dowd, Marine Corps War College; David Chen, CENTRA Technology, Inc.; Susan Puska, Defense Group Inc., Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis; Arthur Ding, RSIS of Nanyang Technical University; Travis Tanner, NBR; Kristen Gunness, The CNA Corporation; Fred Vellucci, The CNA Corporation; BG Charles Hooper, U.S. Defense Attaché Office, Beijing, People's Republic of China; Elizabeth Hague, The RAND Corporation; Stewart Eales, Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research; June Teufel Dreyer, University of Miami; Nan Li, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore; Michael Swaine, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Paul Godwin, National War College faculty (retired); Larry Wortzel, Independent Consultant/Contractor; Ellis Joffe, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Michael Pillsbury, Consultant; Murray Scot Tanner, Congressional-Executive Commission on China October 18, 2007 DC Workshop on Islamic Finance in Southeast Asia: Local Practices, Global Impact, in collaboration with Georgetown University Featured Speakers: Dr. Zeti Akhtar Aziz, Bank Negara Malaysia; Kenneth Lay, World Bank; Angelo Venardos, Heritage Trust Group; Michael McMillen, Dechert LLP and University of Pennsylvania; Zamir Iqbal, World Bank; Abbas Mirakhor, International Monetary Fund; Nik Norzul Thani,Zaid Ibrahim & Co.; Rifaat Ahmed Abdel Karim, Islamic Financial Services Board; Rushdi Siddiqui, Dow Jones Islamic Index; Shaykh Yusuf Talal DeLorenzo, Shariah Capital; Robert Hefner, Boston University; Tadashi Maeda, Japan Bank of International Cooperation Workshop on Standards, IPR, and Innovation in 21st Century China Co-hosted with Tsinghua University Featured Speakers: Zhao Chaoyi, China National Institute of Standards; Dr. Scott Kennedy, Indiana University; Prof. Pete Suttmeier, University of Oregon; Gao Zhiquian, National Research Center for Science and Technology Development; others Congressional, government, and corporate briefings on The Rise of Asia's National Oil Companies Featured Speakers: Mikkal Herberg, NBR

October 29, 2007 Beijing

December 2007 DC, TX

January 22, 2008 DC

Executive Business Briefing and Chairman's Council Discussion on U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue Featured Speaker: Dr. Daniel B. Wright, Managing Director for China and the Strategic Economic Dialogue, U.S. Department of Treasury Executive Business Briefings on Islamic Finance in Southeast Asia Featured Speakers: Tadashi Maeda, JBIC; Dato' Dr. Nik Norzrul Thani, Zaid Ibrahim & Co.(Malaysia); Dr. Angelo Vernardos, Executive Director, Heritage Trust Group (Singapore); others

April 2008 DC, Tokyo, KL, Singapore

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April 24, 2008 DC

Conference on Russia's Political Economy, co-hosted with the Hudson Institute Featured Speakers: Roy Kamphausen, NBR; Nicholas Eberstadt, AEI; Sergei Zakharov, Institute of Demography; Harley Balzar, Georgetown Universtity; Judyth Twigg, Virginia Commonwealth University; Clifford Gaddy, Brookings; Peter Rutland, Wesleyan University; Augusto Lopez Claros, World Economic Forum; Andrey Timofeev, Georgia State University; Craig ZumBrunnen, University of Washington; Charles Ziegler, University of Louisville; Andrei Piontkovsky, The Hudson Institute; Nikolay Petrov, Carnegie Moscow Center Annual Energy Conference on Opportunities and Constraints: Propsects for Russian Oil and Gas Supply to Asia Featured Speakers: Mikhail Kroutikhin, RusEnergy; Julia Nanay, PFC Energy; Xia Yishan, China Institute of International Studies; Yoshikazu Kobayashi, Institute of Energy Economics Japan (IEEJ), Ji-Chul Ryu, Korea Energy Economics Institute; Andreas Goldthau, RAND Corporation; Matthew Sagers, Cambridge Energy Research Associates; Masumi Motomura, JOGMEC Briefings for government, Congress, and the business community on Standards, Stakeholders, and Innovation: China's Evolving Role in the Global Knowledge Economy, co-hosted with U.S. Chamber of Commerce, U.S.-China Business Council, Congressional U.S.-China Working Group Featured Speakers: Prof. Scott Kennedy, Indiana University; Rep. Mark Kirk; Congressman Rick Larsen; Christopher A. Padilla, Under Secretary for International Trade; Prof. Pete Suttmeier, University of Oregon; Ann Weeks, Underwriters Laboratories; others

April 29-30, 2008 DC

May 8, 2008 DC

May 15, 2008 DC

Briefing and Chairman's Council discussion on Emerging Leaders in Northeast Asia: Who and What You Need to Know Featured Speakers: Gordon Flake, Mansfield Foundation; Prof. Cheng Li, Brookings; Prof. Shelly Rigger, Davidson College; Prof. Richard Samuels, MIT Congressional Briefing on Emerging Leaders on China and Taiwan Featured Speakers: Dr. Cheng Li, Brookings and Dr. Shelly Rigger, Davidson College Conference on Engaging Asia: U.S. Strategic Interests, Priorities, and Policy Tools Featured Speakers: Eric Altbach, NBR; Amb. Charlene Barshefsky, WilmerHale; Adm. Dennis C. Blair, U.S. Navy (ret.), NBR; Congressman Kevin Brady; Amb. Chan Heng Chee, Embassy of Singapore; Richard J. Ellings, NBR; Amb. Christopher R. Hill, Assistant Secretary, East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Congressman Rick Larsen; Amb. Lee Tae-sik, Embassy of the Republic of Korea Presentation on Asian Energy Outlook co-hosted with the Institute for Energy Economics of Japan (Eneken) Featured Speakers: Adm. Dennis Blair, U.S. Navy (Ret'd), NBR; Thomas Fisher, Unocal (retired) Annual Pacific Health Summit on The Global Nutrition Challenge: Getting a

May 16, 2008 DC

May 22, 2008 DC

June 5, 2008 Tokyo

June 16-18, 2008

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Seattle

Healthy Start, co-presented with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Wellcome Trust Featured Speakers: William Castell, The Wellcome Trust; Margaret Chan, WHO; Zhu Chen, Ministry of Health, China; Nigel Crisp, Global Health Workforce Alliance; Victor Dzau, Health Affairs, Duke University; Julio Frenk, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Lee Hartwell, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Kiyoshi Kurokawa, Special Advisor, Cabinet for Science and Technology, Japan; Craig Mundie, Microsoft; Jay Naidoo, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition; Koji Omi, Science and Technology in Society Forum; Jean Stephénne, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals; Ann Veneman, UNICEF; Andrew von Eschenbach, US Food & Drug Administration; Mark Walport, The Wellcome Trust; Yu Wang, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention; Tachi Yamada, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Elias Zerhouni National Institutes of Health Congressional and Chairman's Council Briefings on Understanding China's New Sovereign Wealth Fund, co-hosted with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Featured Speaker: Michael Cognato, NBR Congressional U.S.-China Working Group Anniversary Reception Featured Speakers: Richard Ellings, NBR; John Frisbie, U.S.-China Business Council; Amb. Alan Holmer, Special Envoy for China and the Strategic Economic Dialogue, Congressman Mark Kirk, Congressman Rick Larsen; Amb. Wenzhong Zhou, Embassy of China Briefing on The Road Ahead for U.S. Trade with Asia, co-sponsored with The U.S. National Center for APEC Featured Speaker: Sen. Max Baucus Book release and conference on The "People" in the PLA: Recruitment, Training, and Education in China's Military, co-hosted with the Brookings Institution and The Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College Featured Speakers: Thomas Bickford, CNA; Richard C. Bush, Brookings Institution; John Corbett, CENTRA; Rich Ellings, NBR; Kristen Gunness, Navy Special Project; Elizabeth Hague, U.S. Department of State; Roy Kamphausen, Douglas Lovelace, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College; NBR; James Mulvenon, Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis; Andrew Scobell, Texas A&M University Strategic Asia 2008-09 book release and conference on Challenges and Choices in Asia, co-hosted with SAIS Featured Speakers: David M. Lampton, SAIS; Richard Ellings, NBR; Ashley Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Richard Betts, Columbia University; Michael Swaine, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Sheila Smith, CFR; Sen. Chuck Senator Hagel; Eugene Rumer, Senior Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies; Teresita Schaffer, CSIS

June 25, 2008 DC

July 30, 2008 DC

September 5, 2008 Seattle

September 17, 2008 DC

September 18, 2008 DC

September 18, 2008 Congressional briefing on Asia's Wildcards: Pakistan, North Korea, DC Iran Featured Speakers: Sen. Robert Casey; Rich Ellings, NBR; Dan Markey, CFR; Meredith Miller, NBR; George Perkovitch, Carnegie Endowment

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for International Peace; Scott Snyder, Asia Foundation; Ashley Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace September 18, 2008 Executive Business Briefing and Chairman's Council Discussion on DC Military Power in Asia Featured Speakers: Adm. Dennis Blair, U.S. Navy (Ret'd), NBR; Andy DeMott, Military Legislative Assistant; Stanley Roth, Boeing International; Ashley Tellis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace September 19, 2008 Congressional Briefing on Mind the Gap: Russian Ambitions vs. DC Russian Reality Featured Speakers: Judy Oliver, Stimson Center and Eugene Rumer,

Institute for National Strategic Studies

September 22, 2008 Conference on Challenges and Choice in Asia, co-hosted with the DC Stimson Center Featured Speakers: Michael Auslin, AEI; Roy Kamphausen, NBR; Polly Nayak, Independent Consultant; Eugene Rumer, Senior Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies; Michael Swaine, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

September 22, 2008 DC Asia Policy Debate 2008: The Next President's Strategy for Engagement, moderated by Amb. Thomas Pickering Featured Speakers: Daniel Blumenthal, AEI; Amb. Robert S. Gelbard, former U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia; Dr. Michael Green, CSIS; and Frank Jannuzi, Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

September 26-28, 2008 Annual PLA Conference on PLA Missions Beyond Taiwan, co-presented with

Carlisle, PA

the U.S. Army War College Featured Speakers: Douglas C. Lovelace, U.S. Army War College; Amb.

James R. Lilley, AEI; David Lai, US Army War College; Roy Kamphausen, NBR; Andrew Scobell, Texas A&M University; Paul Godwin, National War College (retired); Murray Scot Tanner, CNA; Lonnie Henley, Defense Intelligence Agency; Bates Gill, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute; Michael Chambers, Indiana State University; Robert Modarelli, National Center for APEC; Ellis Joffe, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Bradley Roberts, Institute for Defense Analyses; John Culver, U.S. Government; Travis Tanner, NBR; Dean Cheng, CNA; James Green, Department of State; James Mulvenon, Defense Group Inc.; John Wolf, COSTA Research, Inc.; Harlan Jencks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Mark Cozad, Defense Intelligence Agency; Lyle Goldstein, Naval War College; Larry Wortzel, Independent Consultant; Niklas Swanström, Institute for Security and Development Policy; Adm. Dennis Blair, U.S. Navy (retired), NBR; Jasen Castillo, Texas A&M University; David Dorman, United States Pacific Command; June Teufel Dreyer, University of Miami

November 15-16, 2008 Conference on China, Energy, and the Environment, co-hosted with the Seattle Ditchley Foundation Featured Speakers/Participants: John Aston, UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office; Hon. Douglas Bereuter, Asia Foundation; Adm. (Retd.) Dennis Blair, NBR; Joseph Borich, Washington State China Relations Council; Kerry Brown,

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Chatham House; Tom Burke, E3G; Nick Butler, BP; Ed Chow, CSIS; Ding Yifan, Development Research Center; Gary Dirks, BP; Wendy Dobson, University of Toronto; Richard Ellings, NBR; Tom Fisher, NBR Pacific Energy Summit Steering Committee; Jeremy Greenstock, The Ditchley Foundation; Mikkal Herberg, NBR; Isabel Hilton, ChinaDialogue.net; Jiang Kejun, NDRC; Jiang Wenran, University of Alberta; James Kynge, Financial Times; Roberta Luxbacher, ExxonMobil; Christine Macqueen, Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Michael Raymont, LACC Group; Nina Richardson, The Ditchley Foundation; Christof Ruehl, BP; Neal Schmale, Sempra Energy; Sandeep Sengupta, Oxford; Shi Yinghong, Renmin University; Jonathan Sinton, International Energy Agency; Crispin Tickell, Oxford; Lisa Weiss, NBR; Susan Wickwire, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Catherine Wills, The Ditchley Foundation; Daniel Wright, U.S. Department of Treasury; Wu Jianmin, China Foreign Affairs University; Xu Xiaojie, Independent Energy Consultant; Zha Daojiong, Beijing University. January 30, 2009 Seattle An Asia-Pacific Overview: Breakfast with Admiral Timothy J. Keating, co-presented with the Henry M. Jackson School, The University of Washington; National Center for APEC, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington Policy Center, Washington State China Relations Council, and Women in International Security Featured Speaker: Admiral Timothy J. Keating, head of U.S. military forces in the Asia-Pacific Roundtable discussion on The Global Economic Crisis, Asia, and U.S. Interests Featured Speakers: Dr. Ashley J. Tellis and other members of the Strategic Asia 2009-10 research team Briefings and roundtable discussions with government officials and the business community on Standards, Stakeholders, and Innovation: China's Evolving Role in the Global Knowledge Economy Featured Speakers: Prof. Dieter Ernst, East-West Center; Prof. Scott Kennedy, Indiana University

February 10, 2009 DC

February 17, 2009 Beijing

March 19, 2009

DC

Asia Policy Outlook for the 111th Congress publication and Roundtable Discussions on Asia policy issues with Congressional leaders and new Administration officials Featured Speakers: Edward Gresser, Progressive Policy Institute; Daniel Twining, German Marshall Fund

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