- Presented By: Asia Society Texas Center
- Dates: September 24, 2020
- Location: YouTube Live and Facebook Live
- Time: 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
- Price: Free
- Admission: Free
- Free Admission: Yes
The future of the United States' relationship with Asia could look very different depending on the outcome of the November 2020 election. Whoever wins the presidency will drive U.S. engagement around he world, and election results will also determine the majorities in Congress and which party will lead congressional committees such as Foreign Relations, Armed Services, Intelligence, and others that help shape the future of U.S.–Asia relations.
We welcome CSIS | Center for Strategic & International Studies' senior advisor Victor Cha and School of Foreign Service - Georgetown University Asia Studies chair Evan S. Medeiros to discuss what Asia policy might look like under a Democratic president or a second Trump term, and what challenges the region holds for the U.S. regardless of the outcome of the 2020 election.
This program is online-only and will be streamed to YouTube Live and Facebook Live. The webcast will begin 7:30 p.m. CT on Thursday, September 24. We welcome audience questions for the speakers.
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