Kansai Forum for Japan-U.S. Intellectual Exchange will hold the following online seminar on January 27 2023, free of charge. When you are interested in the seminar, please fill in the form https://forms.gle/LiVqFk93ihoM9xu68 . Then, the Committee will send the ZOOM URL to the seminar participants by January 26. The Committee is looking forward to seeing you online.
<Theme> A Prospect of the World Order: focusing on the “Thucydides’s Trap” argument
<Abstract> With the rapid rise of China accompanied by the US’s relative decline, the era of the US supremacy (hegemony) may be ending. There is an expectation that the US-China hegemonic competition, which might possibly entail a hegemonic war, may be coming. This is a crucial issue for East Asia. Will China be a (the) hegemon in the future? We will explore its prospect and come up with the tentative conclusion that it would not be likely. The reasons why that would be the case will be explained.
< Speaker's Profile> TAKEUCHI Toshitaka, Professor, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
1) Kyoto University, Bachelor of Engineering
2) University of Oregon, BA in Political Science
3) University of Washington, MA in Political Science
4) Stanford University, MA in East Asian Studies
1) Associate Professor and Professor, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
2) Professor, Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University,
Legal Adviser, Delegation of Japan to the Conference on Disarmament：took part in the Comprehensive (Nuclear) Test Ban Treaty negotiations, among others.
Major Book Publications
1）The Japan-US Alliance
2）Game Theory for Policy Analysis
3) Thinking about United Nations’Security Council Reform
Please fill out the following form to join the online meeting: https://forms.gle/LiVqFk93ihoM9xu68
Akiko SATO <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Professor, Department of Cross-Cultural Studies, Osaka University of Tourism
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