Lecture Series

Marcin Grabowski, Jagiellonian University
U.S. Pivoting to Asia: Is there a real change in the American Foreign Policy towards China and the Asia-
Thursday, December 12, 2013, 6 pm KWZ, Room 0.603


G.W. Bush’s policy towards Asia-Pacific region was often perceived and described as neglectful. Occupied with other regions, especially Iraq and Afghanistan, Bush couldn’t devote enough time and energy to develop U.S. relations with countries in East Asia and the Pacific or regional organizations. Deeper research show, however, the policy wasn’t as unfavorable, as characterized in both dimensions – in case of U.S. relations with countries