Hong Kong Forum

Staff: Elizabeth C. Economy, C.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director for Asia Studies
October 1, 1996 - June 30, 2001

The Hong Kong Forum seeks to promote the exchange of ideas and information between scholars and policymakers world-wide, and to foster better communication between the United States and China. As such, the Asia Studies program has formed a partnership with the Forum, through which six Council fellows speak to their membership in Hong Kong each year on relevant topics. Elizabeth Economy, Adam Segal, and Stephen Flynn are among the most recent fellows who have spoken for the Forum.

Meetings

Meeting

The Bush Administration and the International Agenda: A California Perspective

Speakers Abraham F. LowenthalProfessor of International Relations, USC; Founding President, Pacific Council on International Policy, Abraham F. LowenthalProfessor of International Relations, USC; Founding President, Pacific Council on International Policy
June 19, 2001

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Is Indonesia Really Changing? Old Interests in the New Indonesia

Speakers Richard RobisonProfessor of Asian and International Studies, Murdoch University, Australia and Leverhulme; Fellow, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, Richard RobisonProfessor of Asian and International Studies, Murdoch University, Australia and Leverhulme; Fellow, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
June 12, 2001

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The Complementary Roles of Local and International Capital in Meeting the Challenges of Reform in China

Speakers Ming Kang LiuChairman and President, Bank of China, Ming Kang LiuChairman and President, Bank of China
May 30, 2001

This meeting is not for attribution.