US Institute of Peace Panel: "The Fate of the Asian Peace"
So I did an official book launch event at the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy yesterday and it was a banger. Will have the video and audio for that soon. In it, I dished...very candidly...about both Bob Kagan's and John Mearsheimer's distinct versions of horseshit opinions.
But I'll be doing another event (virtually) next week, at the US Institute of Peace. You can register here: https://www.usip.org/events/fate-asian-peace.
The USIP event won't be about the book per se but rather the sources of the Asian peace today. And it won't be just me! I'll have some opening remarks but will be accompanied by the illustrious David Kang (USC professor and Asian IR guru) and Frank Aum (a senior expert on Northeast Asia at USIP). February 15 at 3pm EST. Join us!
Also, this event will be unusual in that we're soliciting audience questions before the actual event. So if you have any questions you want us to answer about war and peace in Asia, this is your chance! Just send them to me at email@example.com, or to Lucy Stevenson-Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org. When you send a question, please let us know if you prefer to be anonymous or don't mind us mentioning your name and/or affiliation.