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Eyes on Asia - June 2016

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June 2016

Eyes on Asia

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Dear Colleagues,

This month’s Eyes on Asia features a collection of perspectives on economics and trade in Asia and around the world. Watch CFR President Richard Haass sit down with Senior Fellow for Southeast Asia Joshua Kurlantzick to discuss Kurlantzick’s new book, State Capitalism: How the Return of Statism is Transforming the World, and see U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman lay out the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Senior Fellow Brad Setser, in his recently relaunched blog Follow the Money, takes a deep dive into China’s macroeconomic trends. Additionally, three new podcasts cover a range of topics, including the life of John Birch, a fascinating American missionary to China during the 1940s whose death gave birth to a controversial right-wing organization that still exists today; U.S.-India cooperation on cyber issues; and how China’s environmental crisis is shaping domestic political change.

For those of you keen on strategy, be sure to watch my address at the sixty-seventh annual Current Strategy Forum at the U.S. Naval War College, where I offer some suggestions for U.S. policy in response to China’s growing global footprint; and my colleague Senior Fellow Robert Blackwill’s presentation at the same forum on the role of geoeconomics in U.S. and Chinese strategy.

Best wishes for a pleasant summer,

 Liz-sig

Elizabeth C. Economy
C. V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director for Asia Studies

Economics in Asia and Beyond

AN EMPLOYEE WORKS AT A STEEL AND IRON PLANT IN CHANGZHI, SHANXI PROVINCE, JULY 17, 2008. CHINA’S FLOUNDERING STEEL SECTOR, IN ATTEMPTING TO SERVE THE TWIN MASTERS OF THE STATE AND THE MARKET, HAS SEEN MARGINS PLUMMET AND RACKED UP A MOUNTAIN OF DEBT. (STRINGER/REUTERS)

AN EMPLOYEE WORKS AT A STEEL AND IRON PLANT IN CHANGZHI, SHANXI PROVINCE, JULY 17, 2008. CHINA’S FLOUNDERING STEEL SECTOR, IN ATTEMPTING TO SERVE THE TWIN MASTERS OF THE STATE AND THE MARKET, HAS SEEN MARGINS PLUMMET AND RACKED UP A MOUNTAIN OF DEBT. (STRINGER/REUTERS)

 

Understanding the Return of State Capitalism
 
 

 

CFR President Richard N. Haass recently sat down with Senior Fellow for Southeast Asia Joshua Kurlantzick to discuss State Capitalism: How the Return of Statism is Transforming the World. Kurlantzick’s book examines the rise of modern state capitalism and how it is shaping global economics and security. Watch the conversation »

 
The Future of U.S. Trade and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
 
 

 

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman and Dean of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs Merit E. Janow discuss the importance of U.S. trade, the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and the global race to define the trade rules in the Asia-Pacific. Watch the conversation »

 
China’s G20 Challenge
 
 

 

CFR’s Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies and the Asia Global Institute convened a workshop in Hong Kong to assess the agenda facing the Group of Twenty, why the group had fallen short of expectations in recent years, and whether China’s leadership in 2016 provides an opportunity for renewal. Read the report »

 

Setser’s Take on the Chinese Economy

Setser’s Take on the Chinese Economy

In Follow the Money, a recently relaunched blog on cross-border flows and the global economy, Senior Fellow Brad W. Setser takes a close look at Chinese reserves, Hong Kong exports, and other aspects of the U.S. and Chinese economies. Read some of his most recent posts below:

The Leak in China’s Controls From Hong Kong Imports Is Still Small
How Many Treasuries Does China Still Own?
China’s May Reserves
What Drove China’s Large Reserve Sales?

 

PODCASTS ON ASIA

The Life and Death of John Birch
Elizabeth C. Economy With Terry Lautz
 

 

Terry Lautz, visiting professor at Syracuse University and author of John Birch: A Life, tells the exceptional story of the real John Birch—an American missionary and soldier in China during the 1940s with very different values from the anticommunist, right-wing John Birch Society that bears his name. Listen to the podcast »

 
Cyber Policy and the Indian Internet
Adam Segal With Samir Saran
 

 

On this Net Politics podcast, Senior Fellow Adam Segal sits down with Samir Saran, vice president of the Observer Research Foundation, to discuss internet policy in India and U.S.-India cooperation on cyber issues. Listen to the podcast »

 
Environmental Degradation and Political Change in China
Yanzhong Huang With Judith Shapiro and Dali Yang
 

 

Senior Fellow Yanzhong Huang joins American University’s Judith Shapiro and University of Chicago’s Dali Yang to explore the complex relationship between environmental issues and political reform in China and the challenges this dynamic creates for China on the world stage. Listen to the podcast »

 

Reevaluating U.S. Strategy on China

Reevaluating U.S. Strategy on China

C. V. Starr Senior Fellow Elizabeth C. Economy presented a keynote address at the sixty-seventh annual Current Strategy Forum, which was hosted by the U.S. Naval War College. In her speech, Economy outlines China’s growing global assertiveness and delves into how that behavior should shape U.S. strategy and interests into the future. Watch the keynote »

 

ASIA UNBOUND

 

The Asia Unbound blog examines political, economic, and social developments in Asia and the region’s growing importance in global affairs.

 

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