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Managing China-Japan-US Relations and Strengthening Trilateral Cooperation

Honolulu Workshop
March 12–13 , 2009

Thursday, March 12

Opening session

Yamamoto Tadashi, President, Japan Center for International Exchange

Gerald Curtis, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University   
Kokubun Ryosei, Dean, Faculty of Law, Keio University
Wang Jisi, Dean, School of International Studies, Peking University

Session I: Regional challenges

Evolving Security Architecture in Northeast Asia

Gui Yongtao, Assistant Professor, Peking University

 

Taiwan in the Japan-China-US Triangle

Matsuda Yasuhiro, Associate Professor, University of Tokyo

 

Territorial Disputes in the Trilateral Relationship: Challenges and Opportunities in the Senkaku/Diaoyu Conflict

M. Taylor Fravel, Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Session II: Energy

Addressing Climate Change: Why Sino-US Cooperation Lags Behind Sino-Japanese Cooperation?

Zhang Haibin, Associate Professor, Peking University

Friday, March 13, 2009

Session III. Economic Issues

Asianism Rising: Assessing CJU Dynamics in Regional Trade and Investment Realities

Saadia Pekkanen, Professor, University of Washington

 

Trilateral Financial Cooperation among the United States, Japan, and China

Dai Jinping, Associate Professor, Nankai University

 

Emerging Trilateral Architecture: Cooperation and Competition in the Chinese Automobile Industry

Sasuga Katsuhiro, Associate Professor, Tokai University

Session IV: Mutual perceptions

Japanese Perceptions of China and the United States

Aoyama Rumi, Professor, Waseda University

 

Chinese Public Perceptions of Japan and the United States in the Post Cold War Era

Fan Shiming, Associate Professor, Peking University

Luncheon roundtable

Speaker: Charles Morrison, President, East-West Center

Session V: Project Leader Presentations

Wang Jisi, Dean, School of International Studies, Peking University  
Kokubun Ryosei, Dean, Faculty of Law, Keio University

Gerald Curtis, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University

Session VI: Wrap-up