US foreign policy is adopting contours that differ significantly from foreign policy outlines dating back to Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, when they extricated Washington from the Vietnam conflict and set the United States on the path of normalization with China. How has US policy under Trump Administration changed globally and regionally, why, how durable might those changes be, how is Asia reacting, and what does all this mean for Asia and America?
To elaborate above-mentioned questions, the International Relations Institute of Cambodia of the Royal Academy of Cambodia invited Dr. David M. Lampton, Professor Emeritus of China Studies and Senior Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies’ Foreign Policy Institute, to deliver a Distinguished Lecture on “Us Foreign Policy Under the Trump Administration And What It Means In Asia” which was held on 23 August 2018 at Neang Nuon Conference Room, Building F, Royal Academy of Cambodia.
This Distinguished Lecture brought together more than 100 national personalities, nation’s leading thinkers and policy-makers, diplomatic corps, academics, researchers, professionals, and university students.
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