The United States’ Enhanced & Enduring Commitment to the Pacific Islands Region

East West Center in Washington

Key officials engaged in United States relations with Pacific Islands countries discussed expanding presence and engagement in the region from development, military, and congressional policy perspectives. They explained how these moves position the United States to deepen strategic partnership with Pacific Island nations in support of a free, open, and secure Indo-Pacific. Opening comments followed by moderated discussion covered the development trajectories of Pacific Island countries, COVID-19’s impacts on the region, and US-China dynamics.

00:00​ Opening Remarks:

02:00​ The Honorable John Barsa, Acting Deputy Administrator, United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

07:23​ Representative Michael T. McCaul (TX-10), Ranking Member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, United States House of Representatives

12:50​ Admiral Philip S. Davidson, Commander, United States Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM)

19:41​ Representative Ed Case (HI-1), Pacific Islands Caucus Co-Chair, United States House of Representatives

27:27​ The Honorable David R. Stilwell, Assistant Secretary of State, East Asian and Pacific Affairs, United States Department of State

34:56​ Panel Discussion: Ms. Gloria D. Steele, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Asia, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Satu P. Limaye, PhD (Moderator), Vice President, East-West Center & Director, East-West Center in Washington

Recorded: Thursday, November 19, 2020 @EWCinWashington

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