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Rising US-China Tensions and Japan’s Choice

Thursday, August 20, 2020   10:00 - 11:00

  • Miao Ji (Associate Professor, China Foreign Affairs University)
  • Wang Yi (Assistant Professor, Waseda University)


At a time of rising Sino-American tensions we will explore the state of Sino-American and Sino-Japanese relations with Dr. Miao and Dr. Wang.

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“Rising US-China Tensions and Japan’s Choice”


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  Thursday 20 August 2020 09:00 Beijing | 10:00 Tokyo
Wednesday 19 August 2020 | 21:00 Washington, D.C.


*The participants will be speaking in their personal capacity, and not on behalf of any institution or organization.

Note: The session will be off-the-record, Chatham House Rules, no recording.

Date & Time:
Thursday, August 20, 2020   10:00 - 11:00
Robert Dujarric (ICAS Director)
Registration is encouraged (e-mail to icas@tuj.temple.edu), but not required. 登録なしでも参加できますので、直接会場へお越しください。

Note: All ICAS events are held in English, open to the public, and admission is free unless otherwise noted.


Miao Ji

Associate Professor, China Foreign Affairs University

Dr. Miao Ji is Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow from the Institute of Asian Studies, and China-Japan-Korea Trilateral Cooperation Studies Center, China Foreign Affairs University. He also serves as research fellow of the China National Collaborative Innovation Center for Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights. He holds a doctor’s degree in international relations from School of International Studies, Renmin University of China and Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University. His research interests include Japan politics, China’s political decision-making, Asian regionalism, and maritime security in the Indo-Pacific.

Wang Yi

Assistant Professor, Waseda University

Dr. Wang Yi is Assistant Professor at Waseda University and Adjunct Professor at Temple University, Japan Campus. He previously worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Manchester. His research interests include memory politics, nationalism, international relations, and political communication, with a regional focus on China. His work has appeared in journals such as Memory Studies, The China Quarterly, and Journal of Contemporary China.