30 min

CIPS US Election Special Series: Episode 4 - Asia CIPS POD

    • Education

With the US as an all-powerful neighbour and main trading partner, Canadian analyses of the US elections are naturally focused on what’s at stake for Canada and Canadians. But the November 2020 elections are also eagerly watched in other parts of the world, where the outcome could have important implications.

With this series of podcasts, CIPS shifts the spotlight away from Canada to ask what’s at stake in the US elections for other regions of the world and for international cooperation more generally?

In this episode CIPS’ Christopher W. Bishop talks to Shan Huang and Tosh Minohara on the topic of US policy towards and relations in Asia.

For more information on our host and guests:

Shan Huang is Deputy Managing Editor of Caixin Media, China's leading business and financial news service, where he oversees all international reporting.  He has also served as a visiting fellow at the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University, and a senior research associate at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame.  He received his B.A. from Peking University, and holds an M.A. in political science from the University of Notre Dame.

Tosh Minohara is Professor of US-Japan Relations at the Graduate School of Law and Politics, Kobe University where he also holds a joint appointment with the Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies. He received his B.A. from University of California at Davis, and holds a Ph.D. from Kobe University. He also is the founder and chairman of the Research Institute of Indo-Pacific Affairs (RIIPA). In addition, he is a senior advisor to the consulting firm KREAB. He has been a visiting professor to many universities, of which the most recent has been to Jagiellonian University, Poland.

Christopher W. Bishop is Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow in Canada and a research associate at the University of Ottawa Centre for International Policy Studies.  A career U.S. Foreign Service Officer, he is currently on a leave of absence from the Department of State.  He previously served at posts in China, Japan, and Taiwan, as well as in Washington, where he was Special Assistant to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and later Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton.

With the US as an all-powerful neighbour and main trading partner, Canadian analyses of the US elections are naturally focused on what’s at stake for Canada and Canadians. But the November 2020 elections are also eagerly watched in other parts of the world, where the outcome could have important implications.

With this series of podcasts, CIPS shifts the spotlight away from Canada to ask what’s at stake in the US elections for other regions of the world and for international cooperation more generally?

In this episode CIPS’ Christopher W. Bishop talks to Shan Huang and Tosh Minohara on the topic of US policy towards and relations in Asia.

For more information on our host and guests:

Shan Huang is Deputy Managing Editor of Caixin Media, China's leading business and financial news service, where he oversees all international reporting.  He has also served as a visiting fellow at the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University, and a senior research associate at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame.  He received his B.A. from Peking University, and holds an M.A. in political science from the University of Notre Dame.

Tosh Minohara is Professor of US-Japan Relations at the Graduate School of Law and Politics, Kobe University where he also holds a joint appointment with the Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies. He received his B.A. from University of California at Davis, and holds a Ph.D. from Kobe University. He also is the founder and chairman of the Research Institute of Indo-Pacific Affairs (RIIPA). In addition, he is a senior advisor to the consulting firm KREAB. He has been a visiting professor to many universities, of which the most recent has been to Jagiellonian University, Poland.

Christopher W. Bishop is Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow in Canada and a research associate at the University of Ottawa Centre for International Policy Studies.  A career U.S. Foreign Service Officer, he is currently on a leave of absence from the Department of State.  He previously served at posts in China, Japan, and Taiwan, as well as in Washington, where he was Special Assistant to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and later Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton.

30 min

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