As Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez marks the anniversary of his imprisonment, join the CSIS Americas Program and the Center for the Study of American Democracy at Kenyon College for a discussion with Adriana Lopez, Leopoldo's sister.
The CSIS Pacific Partners Initiative is pleased to host an armchair discussion with His Excellency Kim Beazley ambassador of Australia to the United States and the Honorable Wendy Cutler acting deputy U.S. trade representative.
Please join us for the release of CSIS's new paper, Opportunities in Strengthening Trade Assistance, the final report of the CSIS Bipartisan Task Force on Trade Capacity Building.
China’s economic growth rate fell to 7.4% in 2014, and many believe the official figure is actually more generous than the reality. Most forecasts expect growth to come in well under 7.0% in 2015.
Due to changes in Mr. Verheul's schedule, we must regrettably cancel his appearance at CSIS on Tuesday. We apologize to those who have signed up and we hope to see you at our future programs.
A discussion on the U.S.-Taiwan economic relationship.
What should we expect from the U.S. strategic rebalance to Asia in 2015? What are the prospects for economic reform in China and Japan? How should we interpret leadership changes in India and Indonesia? Are new strategic alignments emerging in Asia as the United States focuses on crises elsewhere?
The CSIS Pacific Partners Initiative is pleased to host The Hon. Wayne Swan MP, former Treasurer and Deputy Prime Minister of Australia. He will discuss the need to promote global economic growth and tackle income inequality, and argue that “if we don’t grow together we will grow apart.”
With a divided government in Washington and increased challenges in other parts of the world, the Obama administration's "pivot," or "rebalance," could face headwinds in the two years ahead. CSIS experts will release their recommendations for a bipartisan path forward on security, trade, and diplomacy.