The UW Committee on China-U.S. Dialogues: Insights into the Dynamics of China-Japan Relations

Ezra Vogel & Ken Pyle
Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Guggenheim Hall (GUG) 220
Vogel Lecture
Vogel Lecture
The UW Committee on China-U.S. Dialogues is honored to welcome Dr. Ezra Vogel, Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus at Harvard University, to hold a dialogue together with Professor Kenneth Pyle of Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, by the topic of "Resuscitation: Insights into the Dynamics of China-Japan Relations".

Recently, we have witnessed a series of moves made by both China and Japan to repair the bilateral relations. While we are celebrating the ongoing amendment, we also need to realize the relationship between China and Japan has been strained for almost a decade, and that the tension still looms large. How will the China-Japan relations develop in the near future? What does this mean for the U.S. and its strategies in Asia-Pacific?

The two renowned scholars on Asia-Pacific studies will delve into the sharing history of China and Japan and seek ways to heal the wound and encourage both sides to initiate cooperation, so as to stabilize a deteriorating world order. 

The lecture will be held on Thursday, October 17, at Guggenheim Hall (GUG) 220. A ticket is required for this event, please see the poster below for more information and click here for reservation on Eventbrite. You can also get updated information from our Facebook page. 
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