Japan Society, The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership and The International House of Japan hosted a major roundtable conference in Tokyo from November 3-5, 2003. Called Redefining Japan & the U.S.-Japan Alliance, the conference brought together 30 leading policymakers, entrepreneurs, journalists, academics, and political and economic analysts from Japan, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore and the United States, to discuss the future of Japan and the U.S.-Japan relationship in a global context. This public forum, along with two others in Washington, D.C. and Japan Society, New York City, bring key aspects of the roundtable to the United States, as distinguished American, Japanese and Chinese experts from the Tokyo conference along with new participants discuss the impact of the Bush administration’s new security and foreign policy initiatives on the U.S.-Japan alliance and Japan’s evolving role on the global stage.
Michael Armacost, Shorenstein Distinguished Fellow, Asia/Pacific Research Center, Stanford University
Yoichi Funabashi, Columnist & Chief Diplomatic Correspondent, The Asahi Shimbun
William Perry, 19th Secretary of Defense and Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for International Studies
Tian Zhongqing, Director and Senior Fellow, Department of World Economy, Shanghai Institute for International Studies.
Daniel Okimoto, Professor, Department of Political Science, Stanford University.
Followed by a reception.
To register for this program, please contact Debbie Warren, E-mail: [email protected]; tel. (650) 723-2408.
- April 4, 2004
- 4:30 pm