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Leadership for the Asia Pacific Region

By Charles E. Morrison

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 26, 2014

~~<p>As times change, so must institutions. With the growth of Asia, the core public diplomacy mission of the East-West Center -- promoting deeper understanding and relations among peoples of the Asia-Pacific -- is more relevant than ever. Within that framework, the center's priorities, programs, partnerships and products continually need to be reassessed and refreshed.</p>
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As times change, so must institutions. With the growth of Asia, the core public diplomacy mission of the East-West Center -- promoting deeper understanding and relations among peoples of the Asia-Pacific -- is more relevant than ever. Within that framework, the center's priorities, programs, partnerships and products continually need to be reassessed and refreshed.

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