Wednesday, February 8, 2017 (4:00 PM – 5:30 PM)
The Godwin Gruber Lawyers Inn, 1st Floor, Carr Collins Hall (map)
Rumi Aoyama is a professor at The Research Institute of Current Chinese Affairs, School of Education, Waseda University. She was a visiting researcher at Stanford University from 2005-2006. She earned a Ph.D. in Law from Graduate School of Law, Keio University. Her specialty is Contemporary Chinese Diplomacy. Her Contemporary China’s Foreign Policy (Gendai chuugoku no gaikou) was honored with the 24th Masayoshi Ohira Foundation Memorial Prize. Her other most recent publications include China and the Future of International Order (Co-authored with Satoshi Amako, University of Tokyo Press, 2015); China’s Asia Policy in the Post-cold War Era, (University of Tokyo Press, 2013); China’s Global Strategy (Akashi Press, 2011); China’s Public Diplomacy Strategy (The Japan Foundation, 2009).
Sun & Star Japan and East Asia Program
The Sun & Star Japan and East Asia Program aims to increase awareness of the economic, historical, political, and social trends of Japan and East Asia that affect the future of China, Japan, Korea, East Asia, and the world, including the United States. Through the Sun & Star Symposia and lecture series featuring scholars, practitioners, journalists, and government officials, students and other participants learn about the challenges and opportunities in each country’s domestic politics and economics, the region’s relationship with the U.S. and the Asia-Pacific, and the international relations of the globalized world.
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The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required.
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