Young leaders get front-row seats in U.S. Asia policy-making

So much for closed door conversations among the “old guard” about the future of U.S. policy.

At least one slice of the next generation of leaders recently had a front-row seat at high-level discussions of potential Asia policy for the next presidential administration, thanks to the Pacific Forum CSIS’s Young Leaders program.

Top thinkers and policy makers met in Honolulu last week to draft a new U.S. Asia policy for submission to the incoming administration. They were joined by nine fresh faces, young people destined to be the policy-makers of tomorrow. Continue reading