The Biden Administration and Asia
On November 3, former Vice President Joseph Biden defeated President Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election, restoring the Democratic Party to the White House for the first time in four years. Biden's victory has profound implications not only for the United States but also for countries in Asia. This page is a one-stop shop for all Asia Society content before and after the November election.
Online14 Jan 20219 a.m. - 4 p.m.San Francisco TimeCalculate your local time »This conference brings together leading business and government officials, experts, and policymakers to examine topics on new strategic frameworks for the bilateral relationship. Speakers include Mr. George Shultz and Dr. Henry Kissinger.
Online16 Nov 20206 - 7 p.m.New York TimeCalculate your local time »ASPI's Wendy Cutler and Daniel Russel will join Professor Yuichi Hosoya, and Joshua Walker for a Japan Society event on U.S.-Japan relations and the next U.S. administration. Asia Society Japan's James Kondo will deliver welcoming remarks.
Online09 Nov 20208 - 9 a.m.New York TimeCalculate your local time »Join us for a discussion on the results of the 2020 U.S. elections with Asia Society co-chair Ambassador Chan Heng Chee, Asia Society Policy Institute Vice President Wendy Cutler, Johns Hopkins University professor Vali Nasr.
Online14 Oct 20208 - 9 a.m.New York TimeCalculate your local time »Join us for a discussion on the upcoming U.S. elections with Duyeon Kim, Danny Quah, Vali Nasr, and Asia Society Policy President Kevin Rudd.
Online14 Oct 20208 - 9 a.m.Zurich TimeCalculate your local time »[PASSPORT MEMBERS ONLY]
A conversation with the Hon. Kevin Rudd