Geopolitics of East Asia: the Future of Japan-China Relations
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Geopolitics of East Asia: the Future of Japan-China Relations

As the year 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, East Asia’s security landscape faces a set of challenges with continuing and unresolved tensions, while improvements can be seen in relations between some of the countries. There are signs of a thaw in Japan-China diplomacy, but the state of Japan-South Korea relations remains unsettling. Against this background, what should be Japan’s foreign policy priorities? How would PM Abe’s objectives of strengthening Japan’s security impact on the shifting balance of power in East Asia? The panel of experts from Japan, China and the U.S. will map out East Asia’s current geopolitical landscape and address key questions on regional security relations.

Glen S. Fukushima - Senior Fellow Center for American Progress.

Kuni Miyake - President, Foreign Policy Institute Research Director for Foreign and National Security Affairs Canon Institute for Global Studies.

Tao Xie - Professor of Political Science & Associate Dean School of English and International Studies Beijing Foreign Studies University.

Nik Gowing (Moderator) - International Broadcaster and Journalist.


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