As the President prepares for his upcoming trip to Asia, the list of security concerns to be addressed with allies continues to grow. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has proved himself to be just as dangerous as his predecessors and China continues to press its expansionist sovereignty claims in the East and South China Seas. Yet the U.S. continues to cut the budget to maintain a sufficient military presence in Asia.
What are the hard conversations that the President will face when he meets the leaders of Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and the Philippines? Join our expert panel for a preview of what will be said – and what should be.
More About the Speakers
Randall G. Schriver
CEO and President, Project 2049 Institute
Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation
Director, Asian Studies Center