Pivot Points: President Obama's Trip to Asia and the G20 Summit
For President Obama's trip to Asia and the G20 summit, CSIS has assembled a host of its resources to put this trip into greater context. These resources include commentaries, critical questions, and audio interviews with CSIS scholars. There are additional related publications, events, multimedia, and scholars that can be found using the links in the upper left hand column of this page or the right of this page.
- The CSIS Global Health Policy Center released "Key Players in Global Health: How Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa Are Influencing the Game." On the eve of the G20 Summit in Seoul, this report examines how the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) countries and South Africa, key players in the G20, are influencing global health.
Short Written Analyses
- Ernest Bower, director of the CSIS Southeast Asia Program, discusses President Obama leaving Korea without KORUS.
- Teresita Schaffer, director of the CSIS South Asia Program, discusses the outcome of Obama in India: Many High Notes, Much Work Ahead.
- Mark Quarterman, director and senior advisor for the Post-conflict Reconstruction Program at CSIS, discusses Security Council Reform and the G-20
- Teresita Schaffer, director of the CSIS South Asia Program, discusses the President's trip to India.
- Ernest Bower, director of the CSIS Southeast Asia Program, discusses the President's trip to Indonesia.
- Victor Cha, the CSIS Korea Chair, discusses the President's trip to Korea and the G20.
- Nick Szechenyi, deputy director of the CSIS Japan Chair, discusses the President's trip to Japan.
- Charles Freeman, the CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies, discusses China's role in the trip and Pacific Rim economic issues.
- Heather Conley, director of the CSIS Europe Program, discusses the concerns of the European members of the G20.
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