Welcome To AsiaEast
The AsiaEast is a discussion among journalists, policy-makers and policy specialists, focusing on the development, security and politics of the region. High-quality programming is aimed at the professional policy community, including government officials, legislators, NGO specialists, businesspeople, academics and journalists. AsiaEast will produce video discussions with journalists, policy-makers and policy specialists, focusing on the security, development and current diplomacy of the region.
For the public in East Asia, questions about the pace and quality of development are at the top of the agenda.
Despite the region’s growing interdependence, there remains a frustrating, lack of security.
Stephen Costello is a policy analyst with 30 years of experience in Korea and Northeast Asia as political consultant, policy analyst, think tank program director, and tech-sector business consultant. He is now Non-resident Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Korean Affairs at George Washington University in Washington, DC.
Ambassador Tom Hubbard
From the blog
China Unlikely to Announce ADIZ in South China Sea
- Analysis - By Han Xaio, Guest Blog / New Voices Han Xaio (email@example.com) Earned a Bachelor of Law in International Politics from...
China Raises Concerns About Japan’s Nuclear Plans
Japan is moving ahead with plans to reprocess large quantities of plutonium for use in a new series of fast-breeder reactors. It has resisted returning plutonium to the U.S. Chinese government and media are increasingly drawing attention to percieved dangers from these developments in an increasingly public debate over security, safety and alliance politics in East Asia.
NK Missile Should Provoke Strategic Reassesment
12 December 2012 - Washington, DC The North Korean missile test today was long expected, and given the suspended nature of South Korean and US...