U.S.-Asia Economic Relations After the Trans-Pacific Partnership


AsiaConnect Briefing with Wendy Cutler, Former Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative and Incoming ASPI Vice President and Washington, D.C. Office Head

The Asia Society Policy Institute is pleased to present this AsiaConnect teleconference with former Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Wendy Cutler on economic relations between the U.S. and Asia, including the recently-completed Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, and on her decision to join ASPI.

To register and obtain call-in information, please email AsiaDC@asiasociety.org.

Please note: This call will be held off the record.

ASPI’s AsiaConnect is a telephone briefing series on pressing issues in Asia and U.S.-Asia relations, made possible through the generous support of Asia Society Trustee Mitch Julis.

Wendy Cutler

Wendy Cutler joins the Asia Society on November 2, 2015, as head of its Washington, D.C. office and Vice President of the Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI), following a long and illustrious career as a diplomat and negotiator in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR). ‎Most recently she served as Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative; in that capacity she was responsible for the just-concluded Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, including the bilateral negotiations with Japan. Ms. Cutler’s nearly three-decade tenure at USTR focused primarily on strengthening trade ties with Asian partners and recognizing that strong economic relations contribute to peace and prosperity in the region. Her accomplishments — beyond the TPP — have included successfully negotiating the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, updating the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT), and rendering the trade agenda of APEC more relevant and robust.


Event Details

Tue 20 Oct 2015
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

This briefing will be conducted by teleconference. To register, please email AsiaDC@asiasociety.org.
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