Breaking Down Trump’s Visit to Asia
China in the World Podcast
In November, U.S. President Donald Trump embarked on his first presidential visit to Asia. In a nearly two week long trip he visited five countries, including China and U.S. allies Japan and South Korea. The trip was high-profile and drew significant attention in the region, but what impact will it have on U.S. policy and engagement in the Asia-Pacific going forward?
In the latest "China in the World" podcast by the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, Daniel Russel, Asia Society Policy Institute's Diplomat in Residence sat down with Paul Haenle, Director of Carnegie-Tsinghua, to discuss the key outcomes of Trump’s visit, the administration's new Indo-Pacific visions, and the continuing challenges posed by North Korea. (37 min., 5 sec.)