Video: Thailand in Crisis: Scenarios and Policy Responses: Panel 3 and closing

  • May 13, 2014
    Duration: 01:25:06
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    Thailand is working through a historic political crisis which will likely shape the future of how political power is organized and used in the country. Thailand plays an integral role in the region and it is important for the United States to sustain engagement with a stable Thailand as part of its rebalance to Asia. This all-day conference will provide a much needed discussion that will focus on possible scenarios for Thailand's volatile political situation and the implications for U.S. policy.

    Panel Three: Policy Options for the United States

               Mr. Frank Jannuzi
               The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation

               Mr. Josh Kurlantzick
               Council on Foreign Relations

               Mr. Ernest Z. Bower
               Center for Strategic and International Studies

               Mr. Vikram Singh
               Center for American Progress

               Moderator:

               Dr. Michael J. Green
               CSIS and Georgetown University

    Conference Summary and Closing Remarks

               Mr. Ernest Z. Bower
               Center for Strategic and International Studies