In 2011, President Obama announced that reestablishing a strong Pacific presence would be high on the United States foreign policy agenda. Two years later, policy makers and analysts are looking back on what has been accomplished as well as what challenges and unmet opportunities remain in the Asia pacific region.

Richard Weitz of the Hudson Institute will seek to asses the achievements of the Asia pivot thus far, as well as the challenges still facing the U.S. in the region. Carnegie's Zhang Chuanjie will moderate.