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Feb 09

Asia 2004: A View From Capitol Hill

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium

A broad spectrum of American interests critical to our economic and military security center in Asia. Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions threaten peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula; China's burgeoning military capabilities and economic might have the potential to make that country a "great power competitor" of the United States in the Asia-Pacific region; al Qa'eda linked terrorist groups such as Jemah Islamia and Abu Sayyaf still operate across Southeast Asia. How the Congress views Asia will be an important factor in determining how the United States meets these challenges. The Heritage Foundation presents a bipartisan panel of professional foreign affairs/international relations staff from both the House and the Senate to describe the view of Asia from Capitol Hill.

More About the Speakers

Keith Luse
Majority Professional Staff Member,
Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee,
East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Lisa Williams
Minority Professional Staff Member, House International Relations Subcommittee Asia and the Pacific
Peter Yeo
Deputy Staff Director, House Committee on International Relations
Dennis Halpin
Professional Staff Member, House Committee on International Relations

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