Introduction to the History & Dynamics of U.S. Asia-Pacific Policies

When: Jan 12, 2021 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Webinar Speakers

Tobita Chow (Director @Justice Is Global)
Tobita Chow is the director of Justice Is Global, a special project of People’s Action to build a more just and sustainable global economy and defeat right-wing nationalism. His recent work focuses on the US-China relationship and the growth of Sinophobia under the COVID-19 crisis.

Corazon Valdez Fabros (@Asia-Europe Peoples Forum, the ASEAN Civil Society Conference- ASEAN Peoples Forum)
Corazon Valdez Fabros is Lead convenor of the STOP the War Coalition Philippines and Nuclear Free Pilipinas. She is Vice President of International Peace Bureau and a core member of thematic circle on Peace and Security both at the civil society process at Asia-Europe Peoples Forum and the ASEAN Civil Society Conference- ASEAN Peoples Forum.

Mark Selden (Professor Emeritus @Cornell University and Coordinator of the Asia-Pacific Journal)
Mark Selden is a Research Associate at Columbia’s Weatherhead Center and the editor of The Asia-Pacific Journal apjjf/org. His research interests include the modern and contemporary geopolitics, political economy, history and social movements of China and the Asia Pacific. He is the author of China in Revolution: The Yenan Wa.