GREAT POWER COMPETITION IN THE INDO-PACIFIC:
IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S.-JAPANESE REGIONAL LEADERSHIP
The United States-Japan Alliance has served to underpin security in East Asia, leading to over a half century of relative stability and prosperity in the region. However, China is increasingly challenging the existing rules-based regional order and competing for influence across multiple dimensions.
On November 18th 2021, the Japan-America Society of Washington DC and the National War College will host the seventh annual Japan-U.S. Military Program event in partnership with the National War College Alumni Association, the National Association of Japan-America Societies, Sasakawa USA and the Japanese Embassy. Great Power Competition in the Indo-Pacific: Implications for U.S.-Japanese Regional Leadership will explore ways in which the United States and Japan can work together, and with others, to maintain a free and open Indo-Pacific region in the face of these new challenges.
DATE & TIME
Thursday, 18 November 2021, 1630-2000
Arnold Hall, National War College (priority to NWC/NDU students/faculty)
Interactive Virtual (for general public)
Mr. Ryan Shaffer, President, Japan-America Society of Washington D.C.
Brigadier General Jeffrey Hurlbert, Commandant, National War College
Mr. Satohiro Akimoto, Chairman of the Board and President, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
Major General Hiroyuki Sugai, Defense and Air Attaché, Embassy of Japan
Panel Discussion—Great Power Competition in the Indo-Pacific: Implications for U.S.-Japanese Regional Leadership
Ms. Bonnie Glaser, Asia Program Director, German Marshall Fund
Dr. Jeffrey Hornung, Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation
Amb. David Shear, Senior Advisor, McLarty Associates
Ms. Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, China Reporter, Axios
Mr. Peter Kelley, President, National Association of Japan-America Societies
Live & Virtual Audience Question & Answer Session. Informal networking reception in the Rotunda/Outside to Conclude.
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