2016 Pre-G7 Ise Shima Summit Workshop: Asia-Pacific Security Challenges
Co-sponsored by the Institute of East Asian Studies at Keio University and the G7 Research Group
With the support of the Munk School of Global Affairs, the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, the Asian Institute and the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto; and the Jackman Foundation
May 21, 2016, Keio University, Tokyo
Welcoming and Opening Remarks
- Nobuo Takahashi, Director, Institute of East Asia Studies
- David Welch, Centre for International Governance Innovation
Security Challenges for G7 and Global Governance
- Chair: Isao Miyaoya, Keio University
- Yuichi Hosoya, Keio University, on "World Disorder"
- Jacques Hymans, University of Southern California, on "Nuclear Proliferation"
- Julia Kulik, G7 Research Group, on "Gender and Security"
- John Kirton, G7 Research Group, on "G7 Security Governance"
- Caroline Bracht, G7 Research Group, on "Compliance with G7 Security Commitments"
Korea, Taiwan and the East China Sea
- Chair: Liz Noh, G7 Research Group
- Ken Jinbo, Keio University, on "Korea and Northeast Asia"
- Yasuhiro Matsuda, University of Tokyo, on "Taiwan and the East China Sea"
The South China Sea
- Chair: Yoshihide Soeya, Keio University
- David Welch, Centre for International Governance Innovation, on "China Challenge"
- Umio Otsuka, Command and Staff College, JMSDF, on "Japan's Role"
- John Kirton, G7 Research Group
- Yoshihide Soeya, Keio University
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