Completing the Vietnam-
US Normalization Process

The Bush II Administration's Economic and
Security Policy in East/Southeast Asia and
Implications for Vietnam

June 9-20, 2001
Washington, DC


"Looking Ahead: US Foreign Policy Toward Asia and Beyond—Implications for Vietnam"
June 11, 2001

Rome Building, Eighth Floor Conference Room
The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
The Johns Hopkins University
1619 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036

Cosponsored by the Stanley Foundation and the Southeast Asia Studies Program, SAIS

Frederick Brown, Associate Director, Southeast Asia Studies Program, SAIS

Jennifer Davies, Program Associate, The Stanley Foundation

09:00-10:30 "US Foreign Policy in the Region: Executive-Legislative Relations"

Opening Remarks: Frederick Brown, Southeast Asia Studies Program, SAIS
Presentation: Robert Hathaway, Director, Asia Program, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Presentation: Fredrick Holborn, Senior Adjunct Professor of American Foreign Policy, SAIS

10:45-12:15 "Asian Security Issues and US Policy"

Presentation: Marvin Ott, Professor of National Security Policy, National War College, National Defense University
Presentation: David Lampton, Director and Professor of China Studies Program, SAIS

12:15-13:30 Lunch for all seminar participants (Eighth Floor Conference Room), Stanley Roth, former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific, will be guest speaker

13:30-15:30 "The Bilateral Trade Agreement: Implications for US-Vietnam Relations"

Presentation: Daniel Price, Partner, Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy, LLP; General Counsel, US Trade Representative
Presentation: Frances Zwenig, Senior Country Director, US-ASEAN Business Council
Discussant: Mark Manyin, Analyst in Asian Affairs, Congressional Research Service