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Russia-Japan Policy Dialogue

2nd Meeting
May 13–14, 2000

JCIE held its Second Russia-Japan Policy Dialogue on May 13-14, 2000, in Kisarazu, Japan, where a small group of Russian and Japanese opinion leaders met to exchange views on a variety of issues. The dialogue took place at a time of governmental change in both countries—in Russia, Vladimir Putin had just been elected as president in March 2000, while the Yoshiro Mori administration had just been formed in April in Japan. The participants exchanged their views and insights on political change, economic conditions, and foreign policy under these new administrations.

Agenda

Session I: Russia's Economic Situation and the Implications for its Foreign Policy

Session II: The Asian Financial Crisis and the Impact on the Future of Asia Pacific

Session III: Japan's Political Situation and the Implications for its Foreign Policy

Session IV: Russia's Political Situation and the Implications for its Foreign Policy

Concluding Session: Japan-Russia Relations for the 21st Century