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The US-Japan Alliance in the 21st Century

Matteo Dian, Professor Michael Cox (Chair)
11 May 2011, 3.00-4.30pm, COL.B212

event110511The US-Japan alliance has constituted a central pillar of East Asian peace and stability. But how is the alliance affected by China's military rise and the ongoing 'normalisation' of Japanese security policy? The seminar will analyse this transformation and discuss its consequences for East Asia and the wider international system.




Speakers

Matteo Dian

Matteo Dian is a Visiting Research Student at LSE IDEAS and PhD Candidate in Political Science at the Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane (SUM) in Florence.

 
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Michael Cox| is Co-director of LSE IDEAS and Professor of International Relations at LSE.

 

Location

B212, 2nd Floor Columbia House, London School of Economics. 

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