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Rising US-China Tensions and Japan’s Choice

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

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

Overview

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
Moderator:
Robert Dujarric (ICAS Director)
Registration:
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.

Panelists:

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.