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ASEAN and US Cities "Link" to Address Climate Change

by Evan Roe
Seven ASEAN cities will send delegations to the Climate Leadership Academy (CLA) program in Jakarta on August 13-15, jointly run by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and the Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC), two US-based nonprofits.

ASEAN is a Growing Market for US Pork Exports

by Alex Forster
New trade data published last week by the US Department of Agriculture indicates that US pork exports are on the rise in the ASEAN region. This is particularly good news, as exports to Japan, China and South Korea are currently on the decline.

The Expanding Indo-Japanese Partnership

by K.V. Kesavan
The May 2013 Joint Statement signed by the two leaders refers to the elaborate institutional framework the two countries have built together for conducting dialogues and consultations covering a wide range of political and economic subjects, including shared security concerns.

Strategic Implications of TPP: Answering the Critics

by Ellen Frost
Far from thwarting Asian regionalism, TPP merely adds a new overlay. It gives ASEAN an additional incentive to achieve its goal of an ASEAN Economic Community by 2015. It has also set a major new pan-Asian grouping in motion.

U.S. People-to-People Engagement with ASEAN

by Damien Tomkins
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry singled out the Brunei-U.S. English Language Enrichment Program for ASEAN, an initiative that is cooperatively administered by the East-West Center and the University of Brunei Darussalam, in his opening remarks at the U.S.-ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in...
On June 27th, James Zumwalt, Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary at the State Department’s Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, gave testimony on the current state and future prospects for the US-South Korea alliance. At the same hearing, Thomas Countryman, Assistant...