Lindsey Ford: Recommendations for U.S.-Asia Relations under Trump
Interview on Bloomberg
On December 15, 2016, ASPI's Director of Asian Security and Richard Holbrooke Fellow Lindsey Ford joined Bloomberg's Emily Chang to discuss the future of U.S.-Asia relations under President-elect Trump and ASPI's new briefing book, Advice for the 45th U.S. President: Opinions from Across the Pacific. During the interview, Ford discusses the "uncertainty" in the U.S.-China relationship, and confirms that many Asian leaders are looking for "continuity" and "stability" in U.S.-Asia relations. Ford also states that "transparency and regular dialogue" will be important in coming years to best manage these relationships.
On December 13, 2016 ASPI released a briefing book with recommendations from Asia-Pacific experts for the next U.S. administration.
A new Asia Society report offers perspectives for the incoming president from regional leaders across Asia who have experienced first-hand the challenges of managing the region's complex relationships.
A new Asia Society Policy Institute report offers perspectives for the incoming president from regional leaders across Asia who have experienced first-hand the challenges of managing the region's complex relationships.