FPRI’s Asia Program promotes debate and analysis of important developments in Asia, with an emphasis on East Asia, including China and Taiwan. The program includes three interrelated initiatives:

(1) conferences,

(2) educational programs for the public and teachers, and

(3) research and publication.

We look forward to continued growth in the community of scholars, officials, and concerned public citizens who regularly participate and make vital contributions to our organized activities.

We have always focused on relations among China, Taiwan and the United States, but our program has always recognized the importance of events outside this triangle. As part of our regional studies, our program is also attentive to Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and South Asia.




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