Date: January 11, 2017
Sasakawa USA joined with Genron NPO to examine the results of polls looking at views of the Japanese, Chinese, and South Korean public on the future of Northeast Asia and challenges facing the region. Experts discussed the findings and their implications for the region as well as for U.S.-Japan relations.
The U.S.-Japan alliance is stronger than ever, but work still needs to be done to sustain the positive momentum and navigate potential crises that could arise in the future, Adm. Dennis Blair, Chairman and Distinguished Senior Fellow at Sasakawa USA, said February 23 at an event focusing on the New Asian Security Landscape.
Tags: Asia, asian security, Australia, chicago council on global affairs, China, east china sea, India, Korea, maritime security, navy, North Korea, Northeast Asia, Nuclear, Philippines, security, South China Sea, us-japan alliance, us-japan relationship
Author: Mainichi Shimbun
While top world leaders spent their time surrounding the G-20 and APEC meetings travelling around the region and making ties with ASEAN and other leaders, Japan’s struggle remains in Northeast Asia.
Tags: APEC, ASEAN, China, diplomacy, foreign policy, G-20, human rights, Japan, Kent Calder, Kono Statement, Korea, Northeast Asia, region, regional disputes, Russia, territorial disputes, trilateral diplomacy, United States