Education Connects the United States to Nepal

by Christopher Feddersen
The United States has constantly seen an influx of Nepali Students opting for higher education in the country and a rise in American students choosing Nepal as their destination to study abroad.

US-Korea Student Programs Extended

by Alex Forster
Programs that facilitate American students going to Korea, as well as Korean students coming to the US, were extended this week. Under these programs, students are able to study, travel throughout the country, and work as interns.

Asians and Immigration

by Damien Tomkins
Asians comprised almost 35 percent of the total number of naturalized U.S. citizens and over 40 percent of new legal permanent residents in 2012, according to data from the Department of Homeland Security.

2013 Cambodian Election Results

by Christopher Feddersen
The results of the 2013 Cambodian National Assembly Elections have been confirmed by the National Election Committee (NEC) at 68 seats for the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) to 55 to the opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) as the NEC closed its investigation on the...

Citizen Diplomats in the Digital Age

by Christopher Feddersen
In the July/August 2013 issue of the Diplomatic Courier, Adam Kaplan from Sister Cities International writes an editorial on the growing importance of community diplomacy which explains the increasing value of “citizen diplomats”.

Americans Abroad in ASEAN

by Christopher Feddersen
How many United States citizens live in Southeast Asia? This seemingly simple question turns out to be surprisingly difficult, if not impossible, to answer.

U.S. People-to-People Engagement with ASEAN

by Damien Tomkins
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry singled out the Brunei-U.S. English Language Enrichment Program for ASEAN, an initiative that is cooperatively administered by the East-West Center and the University of Brunei Darussalam, in his opening remarks at the U.S.-ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in...