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2004 East Asian and Pacific Affairs Remarks, Testimony, and Speeches

--12/30/04  Remarks Outside Thai Embassy After Signing Condolence Book; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--12/30/04  Remarks Outside of Indonesian Embassy After Signing Condolence Book; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--12/16/04  The Strategic Landscape in U.S.-Japanese Relations; Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr., Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; Remarks Before the Nikkei-CSIS Forum; Tokyo, Japan
--12/14/04  One-Child Policy in China; Arthur E. Dewey, Assistant Secretary for Population, Refugees and Migration; Testimony before the House International Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--12/14/04  The U.S.-Japan Relationship in 2004; Howard H. Baker, Jr., U.S. Ambassador to Japan; Remarks to Japan National Press Club; Tokyo, Japan
--12/03/04  The United States and Korea: A Partnership for Progress; Mitchell B. Reiss, Director, Policy Planning Staff; Remarks to the Sejong Institute; Seoul, Korea
--12/01/04  Advancing Prosperity and Security in the Asia-Pacific Region; Lauren Moriarty, U.S. Senior Official for APEC; Remarks to Asia Society's "APEC Breakfast Briefing"; New York, New York
--11/30/04  America and Japan: A Common Vision; Mitchell B. Reiss, Director, Policy Planning Staff; Remarks to the Japan Institute of International Affairs; Tokyo, Japan
--11/30/04  The Importance of U.S.-Japan Critical Infrastructure Protection Cooperation; Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs; Remarks to the U.S.-Japan CIP Forum Hosted by the Vanderbilt Institute for Public Policy Studies; Washington, DC
--11/20/04  Remarks by President Bush and Chinese President Hu Jintao After Bilateral Meeting; The Hyatt Regency Hotel; Santiago, Chile
--11/20/04  Remarks by President Bush and Prime Minister Koizumi of Japan After Bilateral Meeting; Hyatt Regency Santiago; Santiago, Chile
--11/17/04  The Future of U.S.-Indonesian Relations: Building Mutual Understanding; Ambassador Marie T. Huhtala, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State to the USINDO-CSIS Conference; Remarks to the Conference Sponsored by tte U.S.-Indonesia Society and the Center for Strategic and International Studies; Washington, DC
--11/09/04  U.S.-East Asia Policy; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Remarks to the Woodrow Wilson Center Conference on George W. Bush and Asia: An Assessment; Washington, DC
--10/27/04  Stopping the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Asian-Pacific Region: The Role of the Proliferation Security Initiative; John R. Bolton, Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security; Tokyo American Center, Field Program Design; Tokyo, Japan
--10/26/04  Remarks to Korean Youth Town Hall ; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Habib House, Residence of the U.S. Ambassador; Seoul, Republic of Korea
--10/26/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell and Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Seoul, Republic of Korea
--10/25/04  Press Briefing in Beijing, China; Secretary Colin L. Powell; China World Hotel; Beijing, China
--10/24/04  Remarks With Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura ; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Iikura Guest House ; Tokyo, Japan
--10/24/04  Roundtable With Japanese Journalists ; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Tokyo, Japan
--10/20/04  Interview With Roy Eccleston of The Australian; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Washington, DC
--10/19/04  Growing the U.S.-China Economic Relationship:The Contribution of Food and Agriculture; Alan Larson, Under Secretary for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs ; Beijing University
--10/13/04  Press Conference in Tokyo; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; U.S. Embassy; Tokyo, Japan
--10/07/04  Remarks With Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura After Their Meeting ; Secretary Colin L. Powell; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC
--09/30/04  Remarks With Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing After Their Meeting; Secretary Colin L. Powell; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC
--09/10/04  U.S.-Malaysian Relations on "a Positive Path"; Christopher J. LaFleur, Ambassador-Designate to Malaysia; Statement before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--09/07/04  Remarks at Signing of the U.S. Participation Contract in the Aichi, Japan 2005 World Exposition; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Benjamin Franklin Room; Washington, DC
--08/13/04  Interview with Toshiyuki Matsuyama of Fuji Television; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--08/12/04  Roundtable with Japanese Journalists; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--08/03/04  President Bush Signs U.S.-Australia Free Trade Agreement ; Remarks by the President Upon Signing of H.R. 4759, the United States-Australia Free Trade Agreement Implementation ActRemarks by the President Upon Signing of H.R. 4759, the United States-Australia Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act; The Rose Garden, Washington, DC
--07/21/04  Lessons from Libya and North Korea's Strategic Choice; John R. Bolton, Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security; Yonsei University, Graduate School of International Studies; Seoul, South Korea
--07/19/04  Remarks After Meeting With Malaysian Prime Minister Dato' Seri Abdullah Haji Ahmad Badawi; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Outside the Willard Intercontinental Hotel; Washington, DC
--07/19/04  President Bush Welcomes Malaysian Prime Minister to White House ; Remarks by President Bush and Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi of Malaysia in Photo Opportunity; Washington, DC
--07/16/04  Remarks with Mongolian President Natsagiin Bagabandi after their Meeting; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--07/15/04  Dealing With North Korea's Nuclear Programs; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Statement to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--07/07/04  Remarks at U.S.-Australian Ministerial Press Conference With Australian Minister for Defense Robert M. Hill, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Alexander Downer, and Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Dean Acheson Auditorium; Washington, DC
--07/06/04  Message to Congress from the President of the United States: U.S.-Australia Free Trade Agreement; President Bush; Washington, DC
--07/02/04  Remarks With Indonesian Students Televised By RTCI Televison With Host Yulia Supadmo; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Mulia Hotel; Jakarta, Indonesia
--07/02/04  Remarks to the Press Following a Discussion With Indonesian Youths on RCTI Television ; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Jakarta, Indonesia
--07/01/04  Remarks at the U.S.-ASEAN Meeting of the ASEAN Regional Forum; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Jakarta Conference Center; Jakarta, Indonesia
--07/01/04  Remarks To The Press with ASEAN Post Ministerial Conference Ministers; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Jakarta Conference Center; Jakarta, Indonesia
--06/08/04  Remarks by the President and Prime Minister Koizumi of Japan in Photo Opportunity; President George W. Bush; Dunbar House; Sea Island, Georgia
--06/03/04  Remarks by the President at a Joint Press Availability With Australian Prime Minister John Howard ; Press Availability; The Rose Garden
--06/03/04  U.S.-China Relations: 15th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Crackdown ; Randall G. Schriver, Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Statement before the Congressional Executive Commission on China; Washington, DC
--06/02/04  An Overview of U.S.-East Asia Policy; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Testimony before the House International Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--05/18/04  China in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG); John S. Wolf, Assistant Secretary for Nonproliferation; Testimony Before the House International Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--05/14/04  Challenges and Opportunities in a Changing Asia; Mitchell B. Reiss, Director of Policy Planning; Remarks to the Asia Foundation; Washington, DC
--04/27/04  U.S.-China Engagement on Humanitarian Mine Action; Richard Kidd, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; Remarks at the Humanitarian Mine/UXO Clearance Technology and Cooperation Workshop; Kunming, China
--04/22/04  Prospects on Human Rights and Democracy in China; Lorne W. Craner, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor; Statement before the East Asian and Pacific Affairs Subcommittee, Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--04/21/04  Overview of U.S. Policy Toward Taiwan; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Testimony at a hearing on Taiwan, House International Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--04/08/04  After the Elections: New Opportunities for U.S.-Indonesian Economic Relations; Alan P. Larson, Under Secretary for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs; Remarks at the USINDO Conference on Indonesia's Political Economy; St. Regis Hotel, Washington, DC
--04/04/04  U.S.-Vietnam Relations: 30 Years After the War, 10 Years After Normalization; Raymond F. Burghardt, U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam; Remarks to Asia Society, Hong Kong Center; Hanoi, Vietnam
--03/31/04  Remarks Upon the Presentation of the Treaty of Kanagawa; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; National Archives Building; Washington, DC
--03/27/04  Lessons on Democracy and Human Rights in Burma; Lorne W. Craner, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor; Remarks to the U.S. Campaign for Burma; Washington, DC
--03/25/04  Developments in Burma ; Matthew P. Daley, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Testimony before the House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific and Subcommittee on International Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Human Rights; Washington, DC
--03/25/04  Testimony on Human Rights Problems in Burma ; Lorne W. Craner, Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor ; Statement before the House International Relations Committee Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific and the Subcommittee on International Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Human Rights at a hearing entitled "Developments in Burma"; Washington, DC
--03/12/04  North Korea's Legacy of Missed Opportunities; Mitchell B. Reiss, Director of Policy Planning; Remarks to the Heritage Foundation; Washington, DC
--03/04/04  Remarks With South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Ban Ki-Moon After Their Meeting; Secretary Colin L. Powell; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC
--03/04/04  Democracy in Hong Kong; Randall G. Schriver, Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Subcommittee on East Asia-Pacific Affairs; Washington, DC
--03/02/04  Annual B.C. Lee Luncheon Lecture to the Heritage Foundation; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center; Washington, DC [DSL/cabledialup; audio]
--03/02/04  FY 2005 Foreign Assistance Programs in the East Asia and Pacific Region; Donald W. Keyser, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Remarks Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--03/02/04  Six-Party Talks; James Kelly, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Opening Remarks Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--02/25/04  Remarks on Day One of the Second Round of Six-Party Talks; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Beijing, China
--02/24/04  U.S. Policy Toward the Pacific Islands; Matthew P. Daley, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Remarks at an event presented by Georgetown University's Asian Studies Program and Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies; Washington, DC
--02/13/04  Ensuring a Korean Peninsula Free of Nuclear Weapons; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Remarks to The Research Conference - North Korea: Towards a New International Engagement Framework; Washington, DC
--02/12/04  Trade and Human Rights: The Future of U.S.-Vietnam Relations; Matthew P. Daley, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Washington, DC
--02/06/04  Chinese Military Modernization and Cross-Strait Relations; Randall G. Schriver, Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Statement to China Security Review Commission; Washington, DC
--02/05/04  China and the WTO: Compliance and Monitoring; Randall G. Schriver, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Testimony Before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Commission; Washington, DC
--02/03/04  Remarks After His Meeting With United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan; Secretary Colin L. Powell; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC
--02/02/04  Remarks and Q & A at the Japan National Press Club; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Tokyo, Japan
--01/31/04  Contract Signing Ceremony between SOCO International and the Petroleum Authority of Mongolia; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Government House; Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
--01/30/04  Interview on CNN; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Beijing, China
--01/30/04  Media Round Table; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Beijing, China
--01/29/04  A Comprehensive Human Rights Strategy for China
--01/29/04  Photospray at St. Regis Hotel; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Beijing, China
--01/22/04  Remarks After U.S., Japan, South Korea Meeting; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC

  
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