How Does the ‘Pacific’ Fit into the “Indo-Pacific?”
The CSIS Southeast Asia Program and the CSIS Pacific Partners Initiative are pleased to present How Does the ‘Pacific’ Fit into the “Indo-Pacific?” - Engaging the Pacific Islands in an Era of Strategic Rivalry, a panel discussion featuring Jonathan Pryke (Director, Pacific Islands Program, Lowy Institute), Ambassador Naivakarurubalavu Solo Mara (Ambassador of Fiji to the United States), Dr. Amy Searight (Senior Adviser and Director, Southeast Asia Program, CSIS; Co-Director, Pacific Partners Initiative, CSIS), and Alex Gray (Director for Oceania & Indo-Pacific Security, National Security Council) on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.
The strategic importance of the Pacific Islands region is rising and U.S. attention has increased dramatically in recent months. Join the CSIS Southeast Asia Program and the CSIS Pacific Partners Initiative as we assess recent developments in the Pacific, and what they mean for geopolitics and U.S. strategy in the region.
This event is made possible by general support to CSIS.