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U.S. Department of State

Diplomacy in Action

-- East Asia and Pacific

-03/14/14  Update on the Human Rights Situation in North Korea;  Special Envoy for North Korean Human Rights Issues Robert R. King; Washington, DC
-03/05/14  Readout of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Senior Officials Meeting in Ningbo, China; U.S. Senior Official for APEC Robert S. Wang; Washington, DC
-02/04/14  U.S. Policy in the East Asia and Pacific Region for 2014;  Assistant Secretary Daniel R. Russel, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Washington, DC
-11/18/13  Preview of the 2013 U.S. - China High-Level Consultation on People-to-People Exchange (CPE); Washington, DC
-10/25/13  Readout of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders Meeting in Bali, Indonesia; U.S. Senior Official for APEC Robert S. Wang; Washington, DC
-09/18/13  Preview of Issues to Be Addressed at the Upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders Meeting in Bali, Indonesia; Washington, DC
-07/22/13  Overview of U.S. Policy in the East Asia and Pacific Region;  Assistant Secretary Daniel R. Russel, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Washington, DC
-03/20/13  Updates on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Other Regional Economic Issues; Washington, DC
-03/13/13  Readout from USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah's Trip to Burma and India; USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah; Washington, DC
-03/08/13  East Asia and Pacific Issues; Readout from A/S Fernandez Trip to the EAP Region and Overview of Regional Economic Issues;  Assistant Secretary Jose W. Fernandez, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs; Washington, DC
-09/28/12  U.S Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region;  Assistant Secretary Kurt M. Campbell, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; New York, NY
-08/29/12  APEC Summit; Washington, DC
-07/24/12  Read-out from the First U.S. Trade and Economic Delegation to Burma in Many Years;  Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Robert D. Hormats; Washington, DC
-04/24/12  USA Pavilion 2012 World Expo Yeosu, Korea;  Assistant Secretary (R) Ann Stock; Washington, DC
-02/22/12  Promoting U.S. Economic Engagement with Asia; Washington, DC
-01/27/12  Asia-Pacific U.S. Military Overview; Washington, DC
-12/08/11  "100,000 Strong Initiative" to Send American Students to Study in China; Washington, DC
-11/22/11  Readout of President Obama's Recent Trip to Asia; Washington, DC
-09/27/11  Asia-Pacific U.S. Military Overview; Washington, DC
-09/21/11  U.S. Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region;  Assistant Secretary Kurt M. Campbell, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; New York, NY
-07/27/11  Secretary Clinton's Recent Trip to Asia;  Assistant Secretary Jose W. Fernandez, Bureau of Economic, Energy and Business Affairs; Washington, DC
-07/19/11  Outcome of U.S.-China Governors Forum;  Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs Reta Jo Lewis; Washington, DC
-04/15/11  Reopening of the Sendai Airport; New York, NY
-04/11/11  Security Challenges and Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific; New York, NY
-02/17/11  Asia-Pacific U.S. Military Overview; Washington, DC
-02/02/11  U.S. Foreign Policy Goals and Objectives in Southeast Asia for 2011;  Assistant Secretary Kurt M. Campbell, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Washington, DC
-01/25/11  Memorandum of Understanding: U.S.-China Governors Forum to Promote Subnational Cooperation;  Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs Reta Jo Lewis; Washington, DC
-11/16/10  U.S. Educational and Cultural Exchange with China; Ann Stock, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs; Foreign Press; Washington, DC
-11/04/10  President's Upcoming Trip to Asia and U.S. Foreign Policy after the Mid-Term Elections; Mike Hammer, National Security Council Spokesman; Foreign Press; Washington, DC
-07/02/10  NNSA and the Vietnamese Ministry of Finance Agreement; William Kilmartin, Director of Megaports Initiative; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC
-05/12/10  Upcoming Clean Energy Trade Mission to China and Indonesia; Gary Locke , Secretary of Commerce ; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC
-03/25/10  U.S. Military Overview of Asia-Pacific; Admiral Robert Willard, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; Remarks to...; Washington, DC
-01/27/10  Upcoming Visit to the Republic of Korea; Kurt M. Cambell, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian & Pacific Affairs; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC
-01/07/10  Secretary Clinton's Visit to the Pacific; Kurt Campbell, Assistant Secretary for East Asian & Pacific Affairs ; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC
-11/03/09  Preview of the APEC meetings in Singapore; Kurt Tong, U.S. Senior Official for Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC); Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC -- Video
-09/23/09  Administration Policy and Priorities in Asia; Kurt Campbell, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Foreign Press Center; New York, New York
-07/28/09  Asia-Pacific U.S. Military Overview; Adm. Timothy Keating, PACOM Commander; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC
-07/23/09  Preview of the First Joint Meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue; Senior Administration Officials; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC -- Background Briefing
-07/17/09  U.S. Foreign Policy Priorities and Sec. Clinton's Trip to Asia; Philip J. Crowley, Assistant Secretary of Public Affairs, U.S. Dept. of State; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC -- Video
-07/14/09  U.S.-Republic of Korea Alliance; Gen. Walter Sharp, Commander, U.S. Forces Korea; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC
-05/26/09  Treasury Secretary Holds a Round Table on His Upcoming Visit to China; Timothy Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC -- Audio
-04/03/09  U.S. Policy Regarding North Korea; Ambassador Stephen W. Bosworth, Special Representative for North Korea Policy, U.S. Department of State; Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC -- Video
-02/26/09  Review of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's First Trip to Japan, Indonesia, Korea, and China; Christopher R. Hill, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Foreign Press Center; Washington, D.C. -- Video