Speeches | 27 September 2013

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

Agenda for an international workshop hosted by the Japan Institute of International Affairs and the Lowy Institute in Tokyo, Japan. 

Agenda for an international workshop hosted by the Japan Institute of International Affairs and the Lowy Institute in Tokyo, Japan. 

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Executive Summary

Morning Chair: Ms. Linda JAKOBSON

 

0830-0900   Registration and morning tea/coffee

 

0900-0915   Opening remarks, JIIA / Lowy Institute

 

0915-1045   Session 1: Relations between Japan and China

                    Prof. Akio TAKAHARA, University of Tokyo (15 min)

                    Prof. REN Xiao, Fudan University (15 min)

 

1045-1100   Break

 

1100-1230   Session 2: Relations between Japan and South Korea

                    Dr. Junya NISHINO, Keio University (15 min)

                    Prof. Malcolm COOK, Flinders University (15 min)

 

1230-1400   Working lunch hosted by the Lowy Institute at a nearby restaurant
 

Afternoon Chair: Prof. Malcolm COOK

 

1400-1515  Session 3: Northeast Asian political & security dynamics; A view from Australia

                   Mr. John MCCARTHY, Australian Institute of International Affairs (15 min)

                   Prof. Hugh WHITE, Australia National University (15 min)

 

1515-1530  Break

 

1530-1645  Session 4: Northeast Asian political & security dynamics

                   Prof. JIN Canrong, Renmin University of China (15 min)

                   Prof. Seiichiro TAKAGI, Japan Institute of International Affairs (15 min)

 

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

 

1715-1845  Reception, hosted by JIIA and the Lowy Institute, next-door to the JIIA office

 

The organisers gratefully acknowledge support for this workshop from the Japan Foundation.