U.S. Strategic Rebalance: Asia-Pacific Perspectives

On October 29, 2012, in Conference, Workshop, by APCSS Editor

U.S. Strategic Rebalance: Asia-Pacific Perspectives photoThe Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies is hosting a workshop this week on key considerations and opportunities associated with the United States’ strategic rebalance toward the Asia-Pacific region. Selected policy and flag level representatives from U.S. treaty partners and other key countries – including China, Russia, and India – are meeting to discuss the rebalance from the perspectives of defense, development, and diplomacy. Participants include policy/flag level representatives from government, academia, media, private sector and NGOs in the Asia-Pacific region.

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