CANCELLED: The Future of Alliance Management in Northeast Asia

For sixty years, the U.S.-Japan alliance has been a cornerstone of Northeast Asian security. As the alliance continues to evolve to meet the region’s challenges, alliance managers face challenges from within as well, including the impact of Japan’s bilateral territorial disputes. Join us for a lunchtime discussion with senior Japanese and U.S. researchers on this interesting angle of the U.S.-Japan alliance.

Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled.

If you are interested in attending another event hosted by the Japan Program, please consider attending our publication launch: “Key Challenges in Japan’s Defense Policy: Views from the Next Generation” on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Learn more about this event and RSVP today!


Susumu Takai, Ph.D., Chairman, Japan Society of Defense Law

MG Yoshiaki Yano, Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, Ret.

Kathleen Walsh, Associate Professor of National Security Affairs, U.S. Naval War College

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