Tuesday, December 1, 2009

What's The Point?

The Point is the blog of Asia Policy Point, an independent Washington, DC, research center studying US-Asia policy. It identifies and discusses research tools for the Asia policy analyst. The Point also highlights the significance of under-reported current events, trends, and challenges in the Asia-Pacific region. The blog draws from the policy research of the APP’s staff and international membership.

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Publisher: Ms. Mindy Kotler, Director, APP, Washington, DC
Editor-at-Large: Mr. Patrick Sherriff, Chiba, Japan
Deputy Director, APP: George Lazopoulos, PhD.

Contributors
  • Dr. William Brooks, APP Senior Fellow. Former head of the Office of Translation in the U.S. Embassy, Japan. Washington, DC.
  • Mr. Michael Penn, APP Non-resident Senior Fellow. Executive Director of the Shingetsu Institute that examines Japan’s relationships with the Islamic world. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Dr. Albert Keidel, APP Senior Fellow. An independent researcher with over 25 years' experience analyzing China's economy. Washington, DC.
We like to believe we're putting the "think" back into "think tank".

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