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Apr 25

U.S.-Japan Cooperation in Southeast Asia

The U.S. and Japan share many interests in Southeast Asia, from development to military modernization. Where they can work together most productively and synergistically is a positive challenge for the alliance. Peace, security, and prosperity in the region depend on leaders of both sides – and in Southeast Asia – coming to grips with it and finding ways forward. Please join us as we explore the possibilities.

More About the Speakers

Shigeo Yamada
Minister (Political), Embassy of Japan 

Satu Limaye, Ph.D.
Director, East-West Center in Washington 

Yuki Tatsumi
Senior Associate, East Asia Program, The Stimson Center

Hosted By

Walter Lohman Walter Lohman

Director, Asian Studies Center Read More