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China-Japan-U.S. Research and Dialogue Project

Washington, D.C. Workshop
July 10–11, 1998

A third workshop was held in Washington, D.C., on July 10-11, 1998 and included some of the members of the U.S. study group. Discussion topics included recent developments in the trilateral relationship and the implications of the Asian financial crisis and other international developments on China-Japan-U.S. relations.

Participants (in alphabetical order)

China
Fan Gang Director, China Reform Foundation, National Economic Research Institute of China, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Fan Shiming Lecturer, Institute of International Relations, Peking University
Lin Di Secretary-General, China International Culture Exchange Center
Ni Feng Associate Research Fellow, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Wang Jisi Director, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Yang Jiemian Senior Fellow, Director, Department of American Studies, Shanghai Institute for International Studies
Yuan Ming Director, Institute of International Relations, Peking University
Japan
Yoichi Funabashi Columnist, Asahi Shimbun Newspaper
Ryosei Kokubun Professor of Political Science, Keio University
Lee Jong Won Associate Professor, Rikkyo University
Hiroshi Nakanishi Associate Professor, Kyoto University
Jun Wada Chief Program Officer and Director for Planning and Development, Japan Center for International Exchange
Koji Watanabe Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange
Tadashi Yamamoto President, Japan Center for International Exchange
United States
Patrick Cronin Director, Research and Studies, United Institute of Peace
William Drennan Program Officer, United Institute of Peace
Evan Feigenbaum Research Fellow, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Peter Geithner Senior Consultant, Asia Center, Harvard University
Michael Green Senior Fellow for Asian Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
David M. Lampton George and Sadie Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Daniel Rosen Research Fellow, Institute for International Economics
Scott Snyder Program Officer, United States Institute of Peace
Richard Solomon President, United States Institute of Peace