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Partners in a Changing Asia: The Outlook for U.S.-Japan Relations

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The eyes of the world continue to focus on Washington as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office, and Japan is no exception. How the new administration will steer broader U.S. foreign policy and engage in Asia remains to be seen. There is no doubt, though, that Washington’s diplomatic, economic, and military relations with Tokyo will impact not just the United States and Japan, but the Asia-Pacific region at large. Join us for our first post-election discussion on the outlook for U.S.-Japan relations under a new president, and prospects for cooperation between the world’s largest and third-largest economies. 


  • Shingo Yamagami

    Acting Director-General, Japan Institute of International Affairs
  • Jeffrey Hornung

    Fellow, Security and Foreign Affairs Program, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA