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WASHINGTON D.C, October 2, 2017 — Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd moderates a discussion between former national security advisor to the Prime Minister of India Shivshankar Menon and the Vietnam's Ambassador to the United States Pham Quang Vinh about regional security concerns about Asia. The conversation referenced a new ASPI report on the subject. (1 hr., 28 min.)
James Corbett of corbettreport.com and Broc West of apperspective.net are pleased to bring you the first edition of a new regular video series, "The Asia-Pacific Perspective." In this episode, we cover: STORY #1: Through a glass dimly: Australia's new cyber security policy http://ap-perspective.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/through-glass-dimly-australias-new.html Cyber War: A one-sided battle against a trumpeted up enemy http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20130123/08103221763/cyber-war-one-sided-battle-against-trumped-up-enemy.shtml Confirmed: US and Israel created Stuxnet, lost control of it http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2012/06/confirmed-us-israel-created-stuxnet-lost-control-of-it/ STORY #2: Japan warns China over 'airspace violations' http://ap-perspective.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/japan-...
From 3 to 5 November at the Crown Convention Centre in Perth, the most significant bilateral conference between Germany and Australia and the wider Asia-Pacific region will redefine the depth of economic linkages between our countries and the wider region. Political and business leaders will explore new investment and trade opportunities with a special focus on growth in the Asia-Pacific. Find out more and register at aprcperth2017.com
China’s buildup of air and naval capability in the South China Sea shows no signs of abating. If anything, the pace since last summer has accelerated, and the Chinese attitude is more belligerent. Will the economic slowdown, signs of political instability, and US and allied military pushback give China pause or will it double down in the historic race for regional hegemony? Jonathan Pollack, Senior Fellow, Center for East Asia Policy Studies, Brookings Institution David Shear, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs Cui Tiankai, Ambassador of China to the United States Moderator: Gordon Lubold, Pentagon Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
Kelvin Cheung is a Global Solutions Architect with Equinix in Hong Kong who has worked extensively with globally-minded Chinese companies. He says Chinese firms are accustomed to a limited choice of network or internet service providers, but that changes at Equinix. Kelvin explains how Equinix’s network neutrality means its customers get access to a wide variety of products and services, as well as internet peering opportunities at bandwidth costs a fraction of what they pay in China. For more information, please visit Eqix.it/GSA-HK
WASHINGTON, March 7, 2017 — Asian ambassadors and members of the Asia Society Policy Institute’s Independent Commission on Trade Policy discuss the commission’s new report, 'Charting a Course for Trade and Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific.' Speakers include Wendy Cutler, Peter Grey, Ahn Ho-young, Pham Quang Vinh and Shawn Donnan. (48 min., 43 sec.) To download the report visit: http://asi.as/bYVfwY
The Asia-Pacific Regional Security Assessment 2016 is the third volume in a series published in association with the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue. It focuses on five centrally important groups of regional security concerns relevant to the discussions that can be expected at the Dialogue in 2016 and subsequent years: - The role of the Asian major powers – China, India and Japan - in regional security; - Maritime security challenges, including the militarisation of the South China Sea; - Potential regional flashpoints: the Korean peninsula and Taiwan; - Developments in regional states’ naval and defence-industrial capabilities; - Emerging regional security issues in the form of challenges from unregulated migration and the Islamic State, and the wider implications of economic cooperation initia...
NEW YORK, September 27, 2017 — Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif discusses his country's vision for and approach towards regional peace and development. The address was followed by a conversation with author and journalist Steve Coll. (1 hr., 6 min.)
NEW YORK, January 19, 2017 — Expert speakers discuss how the changing U.S. political landscape will affect the future of trade and economic liberalization in the Asia-Pacific. Panelist include Nguyen Thanh Hai, deputy director general in charge of policy issues at the Vietnam 2017 national APEC secretariat; Dr. Vu Tien Loc, chairman and president of the Vietnam chamber of commerce and industry; Monica Hardy Whaley, president of the national center for APEC; and Farisa Zarin, managing director and global head of government and public affairs at Moody’s. The discussion was moderated by Asia Society Policy Institute Vice President Wendy Cutler. (1 hr., 5 min.)
A glimpse of APVIC VIII 2016.
Hari Srinivasan is a network and cloud optimization expert who works as a Global Solutions Architect for Equinix in Singapore. Hari talks about the dilemma companies face trying to control costs while continuously working to improve the user experience. Many turn to public cloud, but without the right network strategy, cost benefits are elusive. Hari explains that Platform Equinix hosts numerous service providers ready to partner with the enterprise to ensure the cloud is high-performing and cost-efficient. For more information, please visit Eqix.it/GSA-SG
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EXPLORING NEW POSSIBILITIES THROUGH GLOBAL LEARNING This is the official introduction video of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU). APU is one of Japan's most culturally-diverse universities and is located in Beppu, Oita. With students from nearly 90 countries/regions and an alumni network of 138 countries/regions, this diversity deeply impacts the student experience on a daily basis. The vibrant learning environment at APU encourages cross-cultural understanding, fosters collaboration, and nurtures creativity. Ultimately, it empowers individuals not only to adapt to the global working environment but also to strive for positive changes for local communities and the world at large. Academic programs at APU are offered in both English and Japanese, including a wide range of on-campus...