The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) — A New Order for the Asia-Pacific?

Panel Discussion

Speaker(s)

Thomas Fingar, Distinguished Fellow, FSI, Stanford University
Donald K. Emmerson, Senior Fellow, FSI, Emeritus, Stanford University
Kathleen Stephens, William J. Perry Distinguished Fellow, Shorenstein APARC, Stanford University
Daniel C. Sneider, Associate Director for Research, Shorenstein APARC, Stanford University

Date and Time

October 23, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Availability

RSVP

RSVP required by 5PM October 22.

Location

Philippines Conference Room
Encina Hall, 3rd Floor
616 Serra Street, Stanford, CA 94305

After several years of tough negotiations, agreement was reached this month among 12 nations, led by the United States and Japan, to form the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a multilateral trade and investment pact that promises to transform economic relations in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. South Korea and China, the two largest economies in the region not involved in the TPP talks, now face the choice of opting to join the new pact, or remain outside. And approval of the pact also faces tough sledding in the U.S. Congress and elsewhere. A panel of experts from Shorenstein APARC will discuss these questions, and the strategic implications of the TPP for the region.

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Donald Emmerson
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Thomas Fingar
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Kathleen Stephens