Asia remains a vast, diverse, and complex region full of conflicting trends and differing interpretations. While there are vocal minorities in Asia opposed to any U.S. presence, Asian nations, by and large, want a United States that is engaged in their region. What should America’s role be? To help address this question, The Asia Foundation assembled a select group of leading political, security, and economic and trade specialists from China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Nepal, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam to share their perspectives virtually on U.S. policies and prospects in Northeast, South, and Southeast Asia. Based on these discussions, the report was written by H.E. Dr. Han Sung-Joo, Dr. Kirida Bhaopichitr, and Dr. C. Raja Mohan.
Please see the attached PDF to see the report.