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2017.02.16

Professor Anthony Saich Seminar "In Search of a New Trilateral Dialogue" - Summary of Speech and Q&A

  • Jun KURIHARA
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    Jun KURIHARA
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The Canon Institute for Global Studies (CIGS) hosted a seminar on December 13, 2016 inviting Professor Anthony Saich from Harvard Kennedy School. This is the summary of speech and Q&A.



Abstract of the Speech
Amidst the current tumultuous politico-economic environment, how will the new US administration retain and strengthen its global leadership, in the face of China's widening and more solid sphere of influence? How can Japan handle adroitly the future Sino-American rivalry in Asia? In his third seminar at CIGS, Professor Saich, will address the possibilities for areas of collaboration given the new administration in the USA. First, the key challenges and threats need to be identified. Once identified, possibilities for collaboration can divided into the two categories of reform of existing organizations and the structure of new areas and institutions for cooperation. At the seminar, Professor Nishida and Mr. Saguchi will also present their own views from a Japanese perspective. We will explore a possibility of multi-dimensional dialogue in various fields ranging from politics and economics to technology and culture, in order to build a symbiotic relationship not only for the three countries but also for the entire global society.


→The full text of the summary of speech
Herding Cats: Developing a Common Purpose in Asia without LeadershipPDF:238KB
→The full text of the summary of Q&A
Herding Cats: Developing a Common Purpose in Asia without LeadershipPDF:212KB

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Professor Anthony Saich Seminar "In Search of a New Trilateral Dialogue"

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