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Agenda for Beijing Workshop: Northeast Asian Political and Security Dynamics in Flux

Agenda for an international workshop hosted by the Lowy Institute at Peking University, Beijing. 

Agenda for an international workshop hosted by the Lowy Institute at Peking University, Beijing. 

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Executive Summary

Agenda for Beijing Workshop: Northeast Asian Political and Security Dynamics in Flux

 

Hosted by the East Asia Program at the Lowy Institute for International Policy in collaboration with the BHP Billiton Chair of Australian Studies, Peking University

 


20 September 2013

Starlight Room, Yingjie Exchange Centre, Peking University (北京大学英杰交流中心,星光厅)

 

Workshop Chair: Ms. Linda JAKOBSON

 

0830-0900       Registration and morning tea/coffee

 

0900-0915       Opening remarks: Prof. David WALKER, Ms. Linda JAKOBSON

 

0915-1045       Session 1: Relations between China and South Korea

                        Mr. YANG Xiyu, China Institute of International Studies (15 min)

                        Prof. Jae Ho CHUNG, Seoul National University (15 min)

 

1045-1100       Break

 

1100-1230       Session 2: Relations between China and Japan

                        Prof. ZHA Daojiong, Peking University (15 min)

                        Prof. MASUI Yasuki, Niigata University (15 min)

 

1230-1345       Lunch

 

1345-1450       Session 3: Australian perspectives of NE Asian politics and security

                         Prof. Richard RIGBY, Australian National University (12 min)

                         Prof. Hugh WHITE, Australian National University (12 min)

                         Mr. John MCCARTHY, Australian Institute of International Affairs (12 min)

 

1450-1505       Break

 

1505-1645       Session 4: Northeast Asian political and security dynamics

                        Prof. WANG Jisi, Peking University (15 min)

                        Dr. CHOI Kang, Asan Institute for Policy Studies (15 min)

                        Prof.  ZHU Feng, Peking University (15 min)

 

1645-1700       Closing remarks: Ms. Linda JAKOBSON, Lowy Institute for International Policy