Of Africa’s over 1 billion citizens, roughly 60 percent are below the age of 30; and the number of youth on the continent is expected to double to 600 million by 2050. They are and will be Africa’s doctors, teachers, lawyers, entrepreneurs, engineers, farmers, journalists, and political leaders.
PacNet #60 - Don’t kill the goose that lays the golden eggs by Ting Xu
Ting Xu (email@example.com ) is a non-resident Handa Fellow at the Pacific Forum CSIS and director of advisory at Aetos Strategy & Advisory in Hong Kong.
PacNet #59 - A new model of (old) leadership in China by Brad Glosserman and Denny Roy
PacNet #58 -- Dealing with America’s China Problem in Asia – Targeting China’s Vulnerabilities by Robert Sutter
Robert Sutter (firstname.lastname@example.org ) is a professor at George Washington University.
Jonathan Berkshire Miller [email@example.com ] is a non-resident Sasakawa Peace Foundation fellow at the Pacific Forum CSIS and Chair of the Japan-Korea Working Group, a Young Leaders initiative that focuses on ways that Japan and Korea can work together. The Group’s first report was published this month and outlines policy recommendations for Japan-Korea cooperation. The online version is available here  and at http://bit.ly/1r7GsHN. 
Sebastian Maslow (firstname.lastname@example.org ) is research fellow at the German Institute for Japan Studies Tokyo (DIJ). Previously he was an assistant professor of Japanese international politics at Heidelberg University’s Centre for East Asian Studies. He is the co-editor of the forthcoming volume ‘Risk State: Japan’s Foreign Policy in an Age of Uncertainty’ published by Ashgate.
Nicole Forrester (Nicole@pacforum.org ) is director of the Young Leaders Program at Pacific Forum CSIS. She is a former Australian diplomat and senior international relations adviser.
Continuing and Expanding US-China Cooperation on Nuclear Security by Hui Zhang
PacNet #52 -- The great Eurasian rebalancing act by Marc M. Wall
Marc M. Wall (email@example.com ) is senior visiting scholar in global studies at the University of Wyoming. He was foreign policy advisor to the United States Pacific Command over 2012-13. The views expressed in this article are his own.