Corporate Program past event

East Asia: Opportunities and Challenges for U.S. Alliances

May 19, 2015 - May 19, 2015
East Asia: Opportunities and Challenges for U.S. Alliances

To register, please contact the Corporate Program at 212-715-1208 or email [email protected].

The U.S. alliance system has been the key to peace and prosperity in Asia since the end of World War II. Yet this system is being challenged today by both the rise of China and the downturn in relations between two key U.S. allies—South Korea and Japan. What are the implications of a prolonged period of estrangement between Japan and South Korea and how can this trend be reversed? How can the U.S. coordinate with its allies to shape the broader regional security architecture while maintaining cooperative relations with China? Join us as our experts discuss the power transition in East Asia as it relates to the opportunities and challenges in alliance management.

Panelists:
Professor Kiichi Fujiwara
, Professor, Graduate Schools for Law and Politics, University of Tokyo
Mr. Evans J.R. Revere
, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Center for East Asia Policy Studies, Brookings Institution & Former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State.
Professor Kim Sung-han, Professor of International Relations, Korea University; Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
 
Moderator:
Professor Donald S. Zagoria
, Senior Vice President, Project Director, Forum on Asia-Pacific Security, National Committee on American Foreign Policy

Agenda
6-6:30 pm    Registration
6:30-8          Panel Discussion and Q&A
8-8:30          Reception

Admission:
Non-members: $15
Japan Society Corporate Members: Free, up to designated number of tickets; additional tickets $10

Japan Society Individual Members at Patron Circle level and above: $10

Academic and government: $10

Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.

Prepayment must be made with a credit card. All registrations and cancellations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the event. Substitutions are welcome.



For further information or assistance, please contact the Corporate Program at 212-715-1208 or email [email protected].

Co-organized by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy.

  • May 19, 2015 at 6:00 pm