The Asian Security initiative takes a new, more sharply focused look at the emerging security situation in Southeast Asia, and it also picks up and extends existing Stanley Foundation work on future multilateral economic engagement with North Korea. It adds in an examination of the evolving relationship between the United States, China, and Japan. And it incorporates a major look at the emerging political/security architecture throughout greater Asia—including Central, Southeast, South, and Northeast Asia.

Read more about the Stanley Foundation's work with US and Asian security.


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