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Why Myanmar’s Elections Matter
June 3, 2015 Washington, DC
Why Myanmar’s Elections Matter

Event Archive

  • Crimean Tatars Under Russian Occupation: An Updated Assessment
    May 21, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Crimean Tatars have had an antagonistic relationship with Moscow since Stalin’s forcible removal of more than 200,000 of their people from the Crimea in 1944. They have also suffered continuous repression since the Russian annexation of the peninsula last year.

  • Make in India: Challenges and Prospects
    May 21, 2015  – Washington, DC

    India needs to generate one million jobs per month for the next 20 years to absorb its burgeoning working-age population. India’s manufacturing sector, which is relatively underdeveloped, will have to absorb a significant part of this workforce.

  • Modi’s China Policy
    May 21, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Over the last year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s China policy has revealed the continuation of India’s asymmetric strategies—seeking to build multiple alignments while remaining grounded in strategic autonomy.

  • Russian Roulette: A Screening with VICE News Reporter Simon Ostrovsky
    May 20, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Since launching the Russian Roulette series in March 2014, VICE News reporter Simon Ostrovsky has filmed and released over 100 video dispatches, creating a truly singular body of combat reportage about the Russian annexation of Crimea and the bloody war in eastern Ukraine.

  • The Future of American Predominance in the Western Pacific
    May 13, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Beijing’s growing influence across the region, along with its preference for a multi-polar security environment free from conventional alliances, calls into question the future of the U.S.-led, post-WWII regional order.

  • China Faces the Kiss of Debt
    May 12, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Confronted by the 2008 global financial crisis, China unleashed an unprecedented economic stimulus package that included rapid growth in credit to enterprises and local governments. In other countries, large increases in debt have usually been followed by sharp growth slowdowns, and many ended in crisis.

  • Chinese Thinking on Nuclear Weapons
    May 11, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Chinese thinking on nuclear weapons issues can be difficult to discern. What are Chinese views on the role of nuclear weapons?

  • A New Defense Technology Frontier in the U.S.-Japan Alliance
    May 7, 2015  – Washington, DC

    How Japan’s entry into the global arms market will impact the security situation in East Asia depends on how Tokyo implements its new policies, as well as the allies’ ability to capitalize on this opportunity to cooperate.

  • U.S.-China-Venezuela Oil Ties
    May 6, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Venezuela has the world’s largest oil reserves, and the United States and China are the world’s largest oil importers, yet Venezuela’s relations with Beijing and Washington couldn’t be more different.

  • Improving Security Assistance
    May 5, 2015  – Washington, DC

    There is increasing evidence that corruption undermined the international mission in Afghanistan.


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