Webcast Recap

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Relations between China and Japan have been strained in recent years over the territorial dispute in the East China Sea. The rising tension between the two countries has significant political, economic, and security implications for the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. This event follows a day-long closed-door meeting among the panelists analyzing the origin and consequences of the dispute, and jointly exploring approaches to conflict resolution. In this public seminar, the panelists will present the major findings from the meeting and engage the audience in interactive discussion.

Speakers

  • Zheng Wang

    Global Fellow
  • Tatsushi Arai

    Associate Professor, School for International Training (SIT) Graduate Institute & Fellow, Center for Peacemaking Practice, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University
  • Shinju Fujihira

    Associate Director, U.S.-Japan relations program, Weatherhead Center, Harvard University
  • Akihiko Kimijima

    Professor of constitutional law and peace studies, Ritsumeikan University
  • Junhua Wu

    Public Policy Scholar
  • Daqing Yang

    Associate professor of history and international affairs, George Washington University
  • Quansheng Zhao

    Professor and director of the Center for Asian Studies, American University
  • Nobuo Fukuda

    Senior Scholar