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China-Japan-U.S. Research and Dialogue Project
1996–2001

In order to achieve long-term impact, this project featured not only senior scholars but also study groups of younger scholars from each country. The Japanese study group was organized first in 1996 under the direction of Ryosei Kokubun as part of the Global ThinkNet Fellows initiative. The Chinese group was esablished in 1997, with Wang Jisi as director. The U.S. team ws organized in 1998 under the joint leadership of Peter Geithner and David Lampton. Based on their research and dialogue activities, the Japanese group published a report titled Challenges for U.S.-Japan-China Cooperation in 1998. The U.S. group published their papers under the title Major Power Relations in Northeast Asia: Win-Win or Zero-Sum Game in 2001.

Participants

Senior Project Members

China
Fan Gang Director, China Reform Foundation, National Economic Research Institute of China, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Lin Di Secretary-General, China International Culture Exchange Center
Lu Zhongwei Vice President, China Institute of Contemporary International Relations
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 Chief Diplomatic Correspondent and Columnist, Asahi Shimbun Newspaper
Ryosei Kokubun Professor of Political Science, Keio University
Koji Watanabe Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange
Tadashi Yamamoto President, Japan Center for International Exchange
United States
Morton Abramowitz Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations and The Century Foundation
Peter Geithner Advisor, Asia Center, Harvard University
David M. Lampton George and Sadie Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Nicholas Lardy Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution
Richard Solomon President, United States Institute of Peace

Successor Generation Study Group Members

China
Fan Shiming Lecturer, Institute of International Relations, Peking University
Ni Feng Associate Research Fellow, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Wang Shuo Editor, International News Department, People's Daily
Xin Xueqing General Manager, Beijing United Investment Management Co.
Zhu Li Researcher, China Reform Forum
Zhu Wenli Lecturer, Department of International Politics, Peking University
Japan
Lee Jong Won Associate Professor, Rikkyo University
Hiroshi Nakanishi Associate Professor, Kyoto University
Yuji Osaki Associate Professor, Hokkaido University
Yukari Sawada Lecturer, Kanagawa University
Takahiko Tennichi Deputy Editor, Cultural News Department, Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper
Jun Wada Chief Program Officer and Director for Planning and Development, Japan Center for International Exchange
Noriyuki Wakisaka Editorial Writer, Asahi Shimbun Newspaper
United States
Amy Celico Analyst, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Office of East Asia and the Pacific; United States Department of State
Evan Feigenbaum Executive Director, Asia-Pacific Security Initiative, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Michael Green Olin Fellow for Asia Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Gregory May Assistant Director & Research Associate in Chinese Studies, Nixon Center
Daniel Rosen Director of Research and Corporate Development, China Online L.L.C.
Scott Snyder Representative, The Asia Foundation/Korea