JAPAN-CHINA RELATIONS AFTER 50 YEARS (1972-2022)
Past, Present, & Future…?
A special Indiana University / University of Tokyo Joint Webinar
September 29, 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of Japan-PRC diplomatic normalization, which saw Tokyo switch recognition from Taipei (Taiwan, aka the Republic of China) to Beijing (aka the People’s Republic of China).
This webinar–co-organized by Indiana University Hamilton Lugar School’s 21st Century Japan Politics & Society Initiative and the University of Tokyo’s GraSPP Research Seminar series–brings together U.S.- and Japan-based experts to jointly reflect on the Japan-China relationship’s past, present, and future, including the implications of vicissitudes in ties between the world’s second- and third-largest economies for the United States.
This event will be co-moderated by Profs. Adam P. Liff (Indiana University) and Akio Takahara (University of Tokyo), who will also serve as panelists.
Tuesday, Sept 27th, 7:30–9:00pm (EST) | Wednesday, September 28th, 8:30-10:00 am (JST)
Prof. Yinan He (Lehigh University)
Prof. Robert Hoppens (University of Texas)
Prof. Shin Kawashima (University of Tokyo)
Prof. Wendy Leutert (Indiana University)
Prof. Adam P. Liff (Indiana University)
Prof. Akio Takahara (University of Tokyo)
Please register here
Panelist remarks will be followed by a moderated discussion and audience Q&A moderated by Profs. Adam P. Liff and Akio Takahara.
This event is hosted by the Hamilton Lugar School’s 21st Century Japan Politics & Society Initiative (21JPSI). Financial support comes from the Japan Foundation.
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