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Security in the South China Sea and the Role of the U.S.-Japan Alliance
Symposium hosted by the Center for American Studies at Nanzan University

May 15, 2013

[ Date/time ] Tuesday, May 21, 2013 from 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
[ Venue ] Conference Room 910, 9F, Building L, Nagoya Campus, Nanzan University
[ Topic ] Security in the South China Sea and the Role of the U.S.-Japan Alliance
[ Description ] One of the unavoidable issues one faces when considering the peace and stability of the Asia-Pacific region is the recent increase in tensions in the South China Sea.
What are the shared interests of Japan and the United States regarding stability in the South China Sea?
How should we face the issues of security guarantees in the face of territorial conflict between the nations of South East Asia and China?
And how should both Japan and the United States cooperate with the nations of South East Asia regarding trans-border topics in the Asia Pacific region?
Experts on Japan, the United states and South East Asia with wide-ranging experience discuss what it means to fulfill the roles of the alliance between Japan and the United States regarding regional safety guarantees.
[ Languages ] English
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