Secretaries of State Dr. Henry A. Kissinger and James A. Baker III
Asia Society Texas Center launches our Distinguished Leaders on Asia series with two of this country's most respected statesmen.
Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, 56th Secretary of State and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, makes a rare Houston appearance to share his singular perspective on topics ranging from U.S.-Sino relations to the current strategic "pivot to Asia."
Joining him in this fascinating conversation is James A. Baker III, the 61st Secretary of State, whose unique vantage point on successful leadership during times of crisis is sure to deepen our understanding of the evolving role statecraft plays in the modern world. The conversation will be moderated by Andrew H. Card, Jr., the 21st White House Chief of Staff.
Please join us for a remarkable evening with two men at the center of some of the most consequential foreign policy matters of the past half-century.
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Sponsored by J.P. Morgan, the VIP reception, which includes a book signing, is open to all sponsors and VIP ticket holders from 6:00 pm. In addition to reception entry, all sponsors and VIP ticket holders receive a copy of The New York Times bestseller Henry Kissinger: On China.
Due to anticipated protest, we recommend that you allow ample travel time and use valet parking at the East Entry located at the corner of Southmore Boulevard and Austin Street. The Asia Society parking lot will be reserved for valet parking only. Street parking may be available.
This program is sold out. Previously purchased tickets are being held at Registration (located at Asia Society Texas Center's front entrance on Southmore Boulevard), and will be available for pickup immediately prior to the event. Note that the doors to the theater will open at 7 pm, and the program will begin promptly at 7:30 pm. Due to security concerns, no late seating will be allowed.
Our speakers request that no unauthorized photography or recording be allowed during the program.