On August 12, 2015, CEO Friedman joined Carnegie Endowment’s Jim Schoff and Kyushu University Professor Nobuhiro Aizawa for a session on “Thailand and the Changing Geopolitical Dynamics of Southeast Asia”. With a rising China, a non-democratic authoritarian regime in Thailand, and a Japan that is betwixt and between, are the geopolitics of Southeast Asia becoming all economics, all the time? Watch Prof. Aizawa, Senior Advisor Jim Schoff, and CEO Friedman discuss the challenge for the region, here.
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