The U.S.-Thailand Alliance is often portrayed as an alliance in search of strategic purpose. There is a tremendous amount of mutually beneficial activity encompassed in the U.S.-Thai relationship, from counterterrorism to military cooperation to trade. Must the alliance come to a strategic meeting of the minds in order to be fully utilized? How does political turmoil in Bangkok and eventual royal succession impact the alliance? How about China’s rise or the sustainability of the U.S. diplomatic commitment to the region? Join us as our expert panel looks at these and other questions.
More About the Speakers
Joan M. Warburg Professor of International Relations, Simmons College, and Visiting Scholar at Johns Hopkins/SAIS
Senior Fellow, Project 2049 Institute
Director, Asian Studies Center