SOLD OUT The Future of Economic Integration: The U.S.-Japan-China Power Triangle
Corporate Breakfast Seminar
Wednesday, June 29
8:30 – 11:30 am
Dr. Kent Calder, The Edwin O. Reischauer Professor in East Asian Studies and Director of Japan and Korea Studies, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), The Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Angang Hu, Professor, School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University; Director, Center for China Study, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Tsinghua University
Naoki Tanaka, Economic Analyst, President, The 21st Century Public Policy Institute
Paul E. Steiger, Managing Editor, The Wall Street Journal
Tetsuya Jitsu, Bureau Chief, Washington Bureau, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Inc.
China recently surpassed the U.S. as Japan’s largest trading partner and has been strengthening its business ties with both the U.S. and Japan while resisting pressure to revalue the yuan. At the same time, Japan has become increasingly active on the world stage and is lobbying for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. In light of political and economic challenges facing the relationship between the U.S., Japan and China, creation of a peaceful and interdependent relationship between all three countries is essential to bolster the global economy and contribute to world stability. With this in mind, speakers and panelists will address the future economic collaboration between the three nations with regard to overcoming their political issues.
8:30 – 9 am Registration & continental breakfast
9 – 11:30 am Lecture & panel discussion
Admission: This is a free event.
- Wednesday, June 29, 2005
- 8:30 am