Asia Society is pleased to welcome Jake Sullivan, senior foreign policy advisor to the Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign. Sullivan will participate in a conversation with Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd on what are arguably the most consequential and challenging global issues and relationships the next U.S. president will have to manage—those between the United States and Asia, and China in particular.
As Secretary of State, Clinton was a central actor in the Obama administration's so-called “pivot to Asia.” As a 2016 presidential candidate, she has questioned one of the strategy’s main pillars: the Trans-Pacific Partnership. There are profound challenges looming across the continent—from Afghanistan to Iran, the Korean Peninsula to the South China Sea, along with other issues such as cybersecurity espionage, counter terrorism, and climate change.
How would a Hillary Clinton administration manage these challenges? What would the potential implications be for U.S. relations with China, India, and ASEAN? Join us for this special event.
Asia Society has generously reserved 5 complimentary tickets for YPFP members for this event ($30 per ticket value). Members may log into their accounts and RSVP below to be added to the list by Thursday, May 12th at 5 p.m.
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