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Power Plays in Asia-Pacific70 Years After WWII
- Original Broadcast Date:
- September 12, 2015(UTC)
What should Japan do to enhance stability and prosperity in Asia-Pacific? What shouldn't it do?
As the U.S. continues its "pivot" towards Asia, what does the Obama administration expect from Japan? China is increasing its presence across Asia, and challenging U.S. power in the region—what are its hopes for the future?
Experts from Japan, China, and the U.S. discuss the best way forward for Asia, and how to bring it about.
Former Special Advisor to Prime Ministers Hashimoto and Koizumi
Senior Fellow, MIT Center for International Studies
Richard J. Samuels
Director, MIT Center for International Studies
Evan S. Medeiros, Ph.D
Former Senior Director for Asian Affairs at the White House's National Security Council
Zhu Feng, Ph.D
Executive Director and Professor, China Center for Collaborative Studies of the South China Sea, Nanjing University