Video now available for “Post-election U.S. Policy Toward the Indo-Pacific: Expectations and Concerns” event co-organized by SPF and NUS-ISAS

December 9, 2020

On November 27, 2020, the International Peace and Security Department of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation in partnership with the National University of Singapore Institute of South Asian Studies (NUS-ISAS) hosted an online event entitled “Post-election U.S. Policy toward the Indo-Pacific: Expectations and Concerns.” This webinar welcomed an expert panel to discuss the potential impact of the U.S. presidential election on the country's Indo-Pacific policy and to explore opportunities and challenges from the perspective of a range of stakeholders including India, Japan, and the U.S.

This is the first event in a three-part webinar series, which seeks to take a comprehensive look at the most pressing security and geopolitical challenges facing the Indo-Pacific region. Check back on the SPF website for a summary report of the discussion (to be posted once available) as well as announcements of future events in the series.

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