America's Role in the Indo-Pacific

America's Role in the Indo-Pacific

In 2016, the Perth USAsia Centre and the United States Studies Centre launched the inaugural Asian Research Network Report on America's Role in the Indo-Pacific. The report provides comparisons of public opinion both within and across countries with respect to the power and influence of the United States and China. Perspectives are given on a range of issues, including America’s influence in the Asia-Pacific and China’s continuing rise, China’s relationship with the United States and the region, attitudes in the region towards trade with the United States and China, and ethnocentrism, nationalism and anti-Americanism in the Asia Pacific.

This year's Asian Research Network: Survey on America’s Role in the Indo-Pacific report is being produced in collaboration with the United States Studies Centre (Australia), the Asan Institute for Policy Studies (South Korea), the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (China), Brookings India (India), Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (Indonesia) and the Canon Institute for Global Studies (Japan).

the 2017 asian research network

 
Name Role Organisation Location
Professor L. Gordon Flake CEO Perth USAsia Centre Perth, Australia
Professor Simon Jackman CEO United States Studies Centre Sydney, Australia
Adjunct Associate Professor James Brown Director of Research United States Studies Centre Sydney, Australia
Dr Dino Patti Djalal Founder  Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia
Dr James Kim Director The Asan Institute for Policy Studies Seoul, South Korea
Mr Chungku Kang Senior Research Associate The Asan Institute for Policy Studies Seoul, South Korea
Mr Dhruva Jaishankar Foreign Policy Fellow Brookings India New Delhi, India
Dr Shao Yuqun Executive Director The Shanghai Institutes for International Studies Shanghai, China
Dr Kunihiko Miyake Director of Research (Foreign Affairs and National Security Affairs) The Canon Global Institute for Global Studies Tokyo, Japan