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Managing China-Japan-US Relations and Strengthening Trilateral Cooperation

Tokyo Workshop
October 14–17, 2007

Sunday, October 14

Welcome Dinner

Monday, October 15

Project Overview by Project Leaders

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:

Territorial Disputes and the Trilateral Relationship

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

Changing Trilateral Military Relations

Andrew Oros, Assistant Professor, Washington College

Luncheon Meeting with Koji Watanabe, Senior Fellow, JCIE, and former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and Ambassador to Russia


Session II:

Taiwan and Trilateral Relations

Matsuda Yasuhiro, Senior Fellow, National Institute of Defense Studies

New Security Architecture in Northeast Asia

Gui Yongtao, Assistant Professor, Peking University

Meeting with Dr. Lee Su-Hoon, Chair of Presidential Committee on Northeast Asia Cooperation Initiative, Republic of Korea

Tuesday, October 16

Breakfast Meeting with Hitoshi Tanaka, Senior Fellow, JCIE, and former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs


Session III:

Constructing the Regional Asian Architecture in Trade and Investment

Saadia Pekkanen, Professor, University of Washington

The Emergence of East Asia Community and Trilateral Relations

Sasuga Katsuhiro, Associate Professor, Tokai University

Financial Architecture and Cooperation

Dai Jinping, Associate Professor, Nankai University


Session IV:

Japanese Perceptions of China and the United States

Aoyama Rumi, Professor, Waseda University

Chinese Perceptions of Japan and the United States

Fan Shiming, Associate Professor, Peking University