Research Project

February 3, 2021

The U.S.-Japan Dialogue


“Managing China: Adapting U.S.-Japan Coordination Amid Political Transition” Memo

Secretariat of the Japan Forum on International Relations

The Japan Forum on International Relations (JFIR) and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) co-hosted the U.S.-Japan dialogue, “Managing China: Adapting U.S.-Japan Coordination Amid Political Transition,” as part of our research project "China Risk and China Opportunity in the Free and Open Indo-Pacific Era.”

The panelists had an in-depth discussion on the future policy of Japan and the U.S. toward China. The following were the panelists: James Schoff (Senior Fellow, CEIP), Amy Seawright (former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense), and Patricia Kim (Senior Policy Analyst, United States Institute of Peace) from the United States; KAMIYA Matake, (Professor, National Defense Academy of Japan), KANEHARA Nobukatsu (former Deputy Secretary-General of the National Security Secretariat of Japan), and TAKAHARA Akio (Professor, University of Tokyo), from Japan.

1. Date and Time: Wednesday, February 3, 2021, from 10:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. JST
2. Meeting Format: Online via Zoom webinar and via YouTube
3. Participants: Approximately 800 people

4. Video:

YouTube URL:https://youtu.be/zUfjAmd7p1I