Satu Limaye is Vice President of the East West Center (EWC) and Director of EWC in Washington, where he created and now directs the Asia Matters for America initiative. He is the Founding Editor of the Asia Pacific Bulletin. He is also a Senior Advisor at the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA Corp) and Senior Fellow on Asia History and Policy at the Foreign Policy Institute at Paul H. Nitze School of International Studies (SAIS). He is a magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Georgetown University and received his Doctorate from Oxford University (Magdalen College) where he was a George C. Marshall Scholar.

He publishes and speaks widely on Asia-Pacific regional issues and supports various U.S. government, foundation, fellowship, and professional organizations. His current affiliations include the Korea Economic Institute (KEI) Advisory Council, the Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation, and the National Bureau of Asian Research East Asia Study Group.

Limaye’s recent publications include: “America’s ‘Pacific Principle’ in an Indivisible Pacific Islands Region,” (Asia-Pacific Bulletin); “Despite Stumbles, America’s Engagement with Southeast Runs Deep” (Global Asia); Raging Waters: China, India, Bangladesh, and Brahmaputra Water Politics (Marine Corps University Press, 2018); “Russia’s Peripheral Relevance to US-Indo Pacific Relations” (Center for the National Interest); “The U.S.-Philippine Alliance: A Renegotiated Mutual Defense Treaty is Neither Simple nor a Panacea for Bilateral Ties” (Philippine Star); “Weighted West, Focused on the Indian Ocean and Cooperating across the Indo-Pacific: The Indian Navy’s New Maritime Strategy, Capabilities, and Diplomacy” (Center for Naval Analyses); and “Why ASEAN is Here to Stay and What that Means for the U.S.” (The Diplomat).

Previously, Limaye served on the research staff of the Strategy, Forces, & Resources Division at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) and as Director of Research & Publications at the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies.

Last Updated: April 17, 2020



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