Trustee Chris Fenton with Johnny Depp in China at the Premiere of Transcendence, co-produced by his firm, DMG Entertainment. Awards lny slider

USAI’s 2015 Summer Interns

The US-Asia Institute is proud to welcome our 2015 Summer Interns. Selected from universities and colleges all over the country, our interns represent institutions such as Bates, Colgate, GW Law, Illinois, Ithaca, Kent (U.K.), Marburg (Germany), Radford, NYU, and Yale. These students are specializing in a range of relevant and challenging programs from economics and trade to security and foreign affairs to law and
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5th Annual China 101 Series for Congressional Staff

With the U.S. rebalance to Asia and increased global attention turned to the region, U.S. policies and interactions with China are of greater consequence than ever before. In order to emphasize the importance of the dynamic U.S.-China relationship, the US-Asia Institute partners with the U.S. House and U.S. Senate U.S.-China Working Groups to sponsor the 5th Annual China 101 Series.
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Preserving the Past While Preparing for the Future: Thailand’s Strategy for Sustainable Development

The US-Asia Institute, in conjunction with the Royal Thai Embassy is pleased to host speaker Mr. Geoffrey Longfellow’s: An informative discourse on past, present and future sustainable development initiatives in Thailand. WHEN: FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 11:00 A.M.-12:15 P.M. WHERE: US-Asia Institute, 232 East Capitol St. NE, Washington, DC 20003 Lunch will be served SUMMARY Sustainable Development was initiated to help generate
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A Capitol Hill Reception: “MONGOLIA: 25 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY”

You are cordially invited to a Capitol Hill Reception Celebrating MONGOLIA: 25 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY Special Guest: His Excellency Altangerel Bulgaa Ambassador of Mongolia Wednesday, May 20, 2015 6:30-8:30pm US-Asia Institute 232 East Capitol Street NE Washington, DC 2015 marked a historic milestone in modern day Mongolian history – the 25th anniversary of democracy. To recognize and celebrate this significant
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