Asian Lecture Series

Asian Lecture Series 2017-04-04T19:09:14+00:00
John Chwat
At the request of government and academic officials, John Chwat, has reviewed the operations and influences of the US Congress on foreign, military, trade, and economic policies.
The following are some of the many organizations who invite Mr. Chwat to lecture:

People’s Republic of China:

  • China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR)
  • China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies (CFISS)
  • National Defense University, Strategic Studies Institute, PLA, Beijing
  • The Party School of the Communist Party of China Central Committee
  • Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
  • China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU)
  • China Society for Strategy and Management Research, Beijing
  • Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC)
  • Chinese Institute for International Strategic Studies (CIISS)
  • Chinese Institute of International Studies (CIIS)
  • Chinese Academy of Social Science, Institute of American Studies (CASS)
  • Chinese International Public Relations Association (CIPRA)
  • Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC)
  • Institute of World Development, U.S Studies Program (IWD)
  • American Center for International Exchange, U.S Embassy, Beijing
  • Chinese Association for International Understanding, Beijing
  • All-China Journalists Association
  • Tsinghua University, Beijing
  • Nankai University – Tainjin
  • Peking University, School of International Studies, Beijing
  • Fudan University Center for American Studies, Shanghai
  • Shandong University Department of International Policy and School of Law, Shandong
  • Renmin School of International Studies, Beijing
  • Zhongshan (Sun-Yat-Sen) University, School of Government and Business, Guangzhou
  • Beijing Administrative College

Socialist Republic of Vietnam:

  • Institute of International Relations (IRR), Hanoi
  • Institute of Military Strategy (IMS), Ministry of National Defense
  • Ho Chi Minh City Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • National Vietnam University, Faculty of Law, Hanoi


  • Institute for Strategic Studies, Ministry of Strategic Defense, Mongolia
  • School of Foreign Service, National University of Mongolia
  • American Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • U.S. Mongolian Working Group – Mongolian “Great Hural” Parliament


  • Cambodian Institute of Cooperation and Peace, Phnom Penh
  • Faculty of Law and Economics, The Law School of the University of Phnom Penh