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Like-Minded Allies? Indo-Pacific Partners’ Views on Possible Changes in the U.S. Relationship with Taiwan

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Like-Minded Allies? Indo-Pacific Partners’ Views on Possible Changes in the U.S. Relationship with Taiwan

*This episode is originally from the webinar "Like-Minded Allies? Indo-Pacific Partners’ Views on Possible Changes in the U.S. Relationship with Taiwan" held on October 5, 2023.

Details of the seminar👇

https://www.spf.org/jpus-insights/ideas-and-analyses-en/20230926_01.html

This episode featured a report, "Like-Minded Allies? Indo-Pacific Partners' Views on Possible Changes in the U.S.-Japan Relations," which was the result of a study conducted by the RAND in cooperation with the Japan-U.S. Program. In this episode, three experts from the RAND, the core authors of the report, gave a background and overview of the report, such as the reason why they focus on allies rather than US policy on Taiwan itself, the perceptions and reactions of each ally, Japan, South Korea, and the Philippines. Afterwards, two Japanese experts as commentators joined the discussion and they discussed various issues including the implications of the research in the view of China and Taiwan, and the influence of domestic politics in the U.S. and each ally.

(1) Recorded on: Thursday, October 5, 2023 (JST)
(2) Panelists:

  • Dr. Jeffrey W. Hornung(Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation)
  • Dr. Miranda Priebe (Director, Center for Analysis of U.S. Grand Strategy; Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation)
  • Dr. Bryan Rooney (Political Scientist, RAND Corporation)
  • Dr. Saya Kiba (Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)
  • Mr. Tsuneo Watanabe (Senior Fellow, Security Studies Program, Sasakawa Peace Foundation)

*Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this discussion are those of the speakers and do not represent the views of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation or the institutions to which the participants belong.

The original video of this episode is available on YouTube 👇

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQBd3MU4XfE

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Like-Minded Allies? Indo-Pacific Partners’ Views on Possible Changes in the U.S. Relationship with Taiwan

*This episode is originally from the webinar "Like-Minded Allies? Indo-Pacific Partners’ Views on Possible Changes in the U.S. Relationship with Taiwan" held on October 5, 2023.

Details of the seminar👇

https://www.spf.org/jpus-insights/ideas-and-analyses-en/20230926_01.html

This episode featured a report, "Like-Minded Allies? Indo-Pacific Partners' Views on Possible Changes in the U.S.-Japan Relations," which was the result of a study conducted by the RAND in cooperation with the Japan-U.S. Program. In this episode, three experts from the RAND, the core authors of the report, gave a background and overview of the report, such as the reason why they focus on allies rather than US policy on Taiwan itself, the perceptions and reactions of each ally, Japan, South Korea, and the Philippines. Afterwards, two Japanese experts as commentators joined the discussion and they discussed various issues including the implications of the research in the view of China and Taiwan, and the influence of domestic politics in the U.S. and each ally.

(1) Recorded on: Thursday, October 5, 2023 (JST)
(2) Panelists:

  • Dr. Jeffrey W. Hornung(Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation)
  • Dr. Miranda Priebe (Director, Center for Analysis of U.S. Grand Strategy; Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation)
  • Dr. Bryan Rooney (Political Scientist, RAND Corporation)
  • Dr. Saya Kiba (Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)
  • Mr. Tsuneo Watanabe (Senior Fellow, Security Studies Program, Sasakawa Peace Foundation)

*Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this discussion are those of the speakers and do not represent the views of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation or the institutions to which the participants belong.

The original video of this episode is available on YouTube 👇

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQBd3MU4XfE

  continue reading

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