China-Japan Security Relations

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The rivalry between Japan and China has a long and sometimes brutal history, and they continue to maintain a wary relationship as the balance of power tips toward Beijing. The recent clash between a Chinese fishing vessel and the Japanese coast guard in the East China Sea demonstrates continuing potential for conflict between China and Japan over territory and maritime resources, one that could affect the United States. In his new book The Perils of Proximity: China-Japan Security Relations (Brookings, 2010), Brookings Senior Fellow Richard Bush, director of the Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, evaluates the chances of armed conflict between China and Japan, presenting the dangers it would pose and revealing the steps that could head off such a disastrous turn of events.

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When

Monday, October 18, 2010
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Where

Saul/Zilkha Rooms
The Brookings Institution
1775 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC
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Contact: Brookings Office of Communications

E-mail: events@brookings.edu

Phone: 202.797.6105

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On October 18, the Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies and the John L. Thornton China Center will host the launch of Perils of Proximity: China-Japan Security Relations. Richard Bush will discuss the recent tensions between China and Japan and the ways in which their civil and military bureaucracies can better coordinate a peace-promoting relationship. Following Bush’s presentation, Senior Fellow Kenneth Lieberthal, director of the John L. Thornton China Center, will join the discussion and offer comments on the book. Vice President Martin Indyk, director of Foreign Policy at Brookings, will provide introductory remarks.

After the program, the speakers will take audience questions.

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