2011 Conference Program

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The 24th Annual Camden Conference: The Challenges of Asia
February 18 -20, 2011

CAMDEN CONFERENCE PROGRAM 2011

FRIDAY EVENING 8 P.M. — KEYNOTER: Ambassador CHAS W. FREEMAN, JR.: “Asia and the American Future”

SATURDAY MORNING 8:30 A.M. Opening Remarks

8:45 A.M. LANXIN XIANG (Graduate Center, Geneva, Switzerland) “The Era of Mistrust? The Future of Sino-U.S. Relations”

9:15 A.M. PRANAB BARDHAN (U.Cal/Berkeley) “Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay: Comparative Economic Assessment of India and China”

9:45 A.M. PANEL with both Speakers plus FREEMAN

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11:00 A.M. JOANNA LEWIS (Georgetown Univ.) “China’s Energy and Climate Change Challenges”

12:00 P.M.—LUNCH—

SATURDAY AFTERNOON

1:45 P.M. BANNING GARRETT (Atlantic Council) “Energy and Resource Trends and Challenges Across Asia”

2:15 P.M. Ambassador JACK PRITCHARD (Korea Economic Institute) North Korea: Recent Developments and Future Prospects”

2:45 P.M.  DAVID F. GORDON (Eurasia Society) “Geo-Strategic Rivalries and Expansionist Behavior Across Asia”

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3:45 P.M. PANEL with all three afternoon speakers

SUNDAY MORNING

9:00 A.M. HANNAH BEECH (TIME Magazine) “How Asian Journalists Operate with State-Controlled Media”

9:45 A.M. Ambassador TOM PICKERING Closing Presentation: “U.S. and Asia – Challenges and Opportunities”

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11 A.M. CLOSING PANEL OF ALL SPEAKERS

–12:30 P.M. CONFERENCE ADJOURNS —

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