Public Forum:  “US-China Rivalry and Japan’s Future: Emerging Role of Japan-India Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific”, Tokai University Club, Tokyo - Pic 1
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Public Forum: “US-China Rivalry and Japan’s Future: Emerging Role of Japan-India Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific”, Tokai University Club, Tokyo

Date: October 04, 2019

The Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA) organized a Public Forum on  “US-China Rivalry and Japan’s Future: Emerging Role of Japan-India Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific” at the Tokai University Club, Tokyo on October 4, 2019.
 
The Public Forum was moderated by Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae, President of JIIA and featured a discussion on the prospects and challenges for Japan and India pursuing security and economic cooperation amidst great power rivalry. Ambassador H.K. Singh, Director General and Ambassador Nalin Surie, Distinguished Fellow participated in the Forum as panelists from the Delhi Policy Group, while Amb. Sasae was joined by Mr. Hiroyuki Akita, Commentator at the Nihon Keizai Shinbun (Nikkei). The event drew the participation of over 100 Japanese academics, students and members of civil society.