The Asia-Pacific Bugle
By Mike Larkin and Colin Lawrence
Welcome to the third edition of the Asia-Pacific Bugle. The Asia-Pacific Program Officers have selected a baker’s dozen of analysis covering diverse topics from the creation of the Asian Infrastructure and Investment, an update on the democracy human rights, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and even more. As usual, we encourage suggestions to improve on the issues and themes the Asia-Pacific Bugle covers. The Bugle can include subjects from East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and Oceania.
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Programming Notes: The YPIA calendar is full of exciting events as April comes to a close and the beginning of May. Here is a sampling for your reference:
April 23th, 6:30PM: Please join the Asia-Pacific Program on April 26th for The Philippines: Peacebuilding and Development at the Martin Luther King Library.
April 25, 2PM: YPIA will continue its series on highlighting women’s rights issues around the world with a book discussion on I am Malala at the Arlington Central Library.
April 29, 6:30PM: YPIA is co-hosting a panel discussion with the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management on the international trade agenda.
May 2nd marks the return of the Around the World Embassy Tours and post-tour happy hour at Front Page. Our plan is to visit Asian embassies in and around DuPont Circle such as Japan, Indonesia, Australia, and the Philippines. Of course, we are open to suggestions that are within walking distance of DuPont Circle.
For information on these events and others, please follow this link.
Diplomacy and Security:
Democracy, Governance and Human Rights:
Economics, Development and Environment