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Our New Program Director….. Brandon Boccellari

Brandon Boccellari joined the US-Asia Institute as a program assistant in June 2015.  He recently moved up to become program director.   Brandon is a class of 2015 graduate from Haverford College, where he earned a degree in History. Brandon spent a semester in Prague studying the European Union, global economics, and the communist/post-communist state. He undertook an independent project researching Czech
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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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Southeast Asia’s Accomplishments in Achieving Health Related Millennium Development Goals

Monday, December 8, 2014 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. US-ASIA INSTITUTE 232 East Capitol Street, N.E. Washington, DC (A townhouse on the corner of 3rd and East Capitol Streets, N.E.) Please join us in an off-the-record briefing on the lengths ASEAN nations have gone towards the completion of the Millennium Development Goals by 2015. This discussion will examine the concrete means and methods
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An assessment of ABENOMICS: Towards Sustained Growth of the Japanese Economy

Featured PROFESSOR JUN SAITO Keio University and Japan Economic Research Center Special Advisor to the Cabinet Moderator MS. JULIE CHON Global Head of Public Investment Strategy, Perry Capital Professor Saito discussed the achievements of Abenomics and its remaining agenda. Focus was given to overcoming deflation, making progress in fiscal consolidation, and implementing structural reforms to achieve sustained growth of the Japanese economy
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