Date: November 3, 2016
Time: 4:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Timezone: America/New York
JUMP, in collaboration with the Japan America Society Washington, D.C., and the National War College Alumni Association, hosted the second installment in our JUMP panel discussion series on November 3 at the National War College.
“Potential Flashpoints for the Northeast Asia Region: Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula and U.S. Perspectives,” was a panel discussion exploring the different actors in region. We heard from distinguished experts on Japan, Korea, China, and the United States, and discussed the potential for conflicts between these nations and others in the region. The audience also had the opportunity to weigh in with a Q&A after the panel.
A buffet dinner reception followed.
The 2015 event also was a rousing success with a stimulating discussion on topics including China’s demographics problem and amended one-child policy, the U.S.-Japan alliance’s importance to security in East Asia, freedom of the seas in East Asian waters, Japan’s constitutional reinterpretation that allows for collective self-defense, and the status of Japan’s Coast Guard capabilities.
This event was free and open exclusively to JUMP members. Becoming a member is simple! Simply sign up for our mailing list to secure your invitation to more events like this we plan in the future!
What: Potential Flashpoints for the Northeast Asia Region: Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula and U.S. Perspectives
When: Thursday, November 3, 2016 from 4:45 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: National War College, National Defense University; Roosevelt Hall (map)
• Adm. Dennis C. Blair, USN (ret.), Chairman and CEO, Sasakawa USA
• RADM Yuki Sekiguchi, Defense Attaché , Embassy of Japan
• James L. Schoff, Senior Associate, Carnegie Asia Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
• Scott A. Snyder, Senior Fellow for Korea Studies and Director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
• Bonnie S. Glaser, Senior Adviser for Asia and Director of the China Power Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies
• Lt. Gen. Wallace “Chip” Gregson Jr., USMC (ret.), Senior Advisor, Avascent Global Advisors
• Brig. Gen. Darren E. Hartford, Commandant, National War College
• Gene Russell, Executive Director, National War College Alumni Association
• Matthew P. Goodman, Chairman, Japan-America Society of Washington D.C.
Here is a gallery of images from the event.
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