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Time and Date 7/17/2018 12:15-13:30 (Registration desk and seminar room open at 12:00)
Speaker Scott KENNEDY
Deputy Director, Freeman Chair in China Studies, and Director, Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Commentator SHINODA Kunihiko
Deputy Director-General for Trade Policy, Trade Policy Bureau, METI
Commentator & Moderator
Moderator FUKUNAGA Tetsuro
Director-General for International Cyber Economy Policy and Director for Trade Policy Planning Office, METI
Language(s) Japanese/English (with simultaneous interpretation)
100-8901 Tokyo 11th floor, Annex, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)1-3-1, Kasumigaseki Chiyoda-ku
TEL: 03-3501-8398
Admission Free
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Abstract During the past 40 years US-China relations were built on a grand bargain that addressed the economic, strategic and political aspects of the relationship. Commitment to that bargain has collapsed, first in Beijing and more recently in Washington. This presentation explains the reasons for this turn in the relationship, including the shifting of opinion in both China and the United States, and identifies the conditions for restoring a new foundation for the relationship.
Profile of speaker(s) Scott Kennedy is Deputy Director of the Freeman Chair in China Studies and Director of the Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC. Dr. Kennedy has been traveling to China for 3 decades and is a leading authority on Chinese economy policy, global governance, and US-China relations. He is author of The Business of Lobbying in China, Harvard University Press, 2005 and dozens of articles and reports, and editor of four books, including Global Governance and China: The Dragon’s Learning Curve, Routledge, 2017.
Host(s) Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI)
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Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Kasumigaseki station, exit C2. Two minutes walk.
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Kasumigaseki station, exit A11a. Three minutes walk.
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Kasumigaseki station, exit B3a. Six minutes walk.
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Toranomon station, exit 9. Four minutes walk.
Tokyo Metro Mita Line, Uchisaiwaicho station, exit A7. Six minutes walk.

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