Asia Society Policy Institute Welcomes Four New Distinguished Fellows
September 21, 2022 — Broadening its expertise in the areas of international dispute resolution, trade, climate diplomacy, and risk management, the Asia Society Policy Institute is pleased to welcome four new distinguished non-resident fellows: the Honorable Jeffrey Feltman, former Under-Secretary General of the UN; Sir Robin Niblett KCMG, former Director and Chief Executive of Chatham House; Dame Meg Taylor, former Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum; and Han-koo Yeo, former Trade Minister of Korea. Bios for the new fellows may be found here.
These experts will provide knowledge and insight to the Policy Institute, advise on its ongoing projects, contribute to its reports, and speak at Asia Society events.
“I’m delighted to welcome our new non-resident Distinguished Fellows, each a world-renowned expert and practitioner in their field,” said Kevin Rudd, President of the Asia Society and the Asia Society Policy Institute and a former prime minister of Australia. “They join our resident Senior Fellows in expanding the Asia Society Policy Institute’s global footprint across Europe, the Blue Pacific, and in terms of our work on the Middle East and on the international trade agenda.”
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With a problem-solving mandate, the Asia Society Policy Institute tackles major policy challenges now confronting the Asia-Pacific in security, prosperity, sustainability, and the development of common norms and values for the region.
With top-level advisors, fellows, and the premier Asia-wide network of experts, the Policy Institute provides a unique platform for policy development. It boasts a truly Asia-wide scope; participation from business and policy leaders on equal footing; and the application of Asia Society’s world-leading convening and research capabilities to the pursuit of prosperity, security, and sustainability across Asia.