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Asia and Asian Americans in the Time of Trump, Part 2 (Complete)

LOS ANGELES, January 23, 2017 — David Huebner, former U.S. ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa; Kantathi Suphamongkhon, former foreign minister of Thailand; ambassador Venkatesan Ashok, consul general of India — San Francisco; Robert C. O’Brien, partner, Larson O’Brien, and former adviser to Mitt Romney; and David Loevinger, managing director of Emerging Markets Group of Trust Company of the West discuss the implications of Donald Trump's presidency on relations with Asia and Asian Americans. (1 hr., 3 min.)

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