NIDS International Security Seminar
Given the new security environment as shaped by the changing dynamics of major power relations vis-à-vis the rise of China, and with the United States increasing its engagement and presence in the Asia-Pacific, it behooves us to examine various aspects of the U.S. strategy toward the region and explore the future roles, missions, and capabilities of the Japan-U.S. Alliance.
To spotlight the convergence of these critical issues, the NIDS hosted the International Security Seminar "Meeting the Challenge of China's Rise: A New Agenda for the Japan-U.S. Alliance," inviting distinguished experts from the U.S. and Japan.
DATE : March 7, 2016
VENUE : Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, Japan
Eiichi Katahara, NIDS
Gerald L. Curtis, Columbia University
"The U.S. Strategy for Asia and the U.S.-Japan Alliance"
Discussant : Shigeo Kikuchi, NIDS
"The U.S. Strategy toward China"
Discussant : Chikako Kawakatsu Ueki, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University
"An Evolving U.S.-Japan Alliance and its Strategic Outlook"
Discussant : Sugio Takahashi, NIDS