Strengthening Democracy through Power of Words
Eight experts from Japan, the United States, China and South Korea discussed how to build stable structure in Northeast Asia, which is going through historic power shift at present, reflecting upon the results of the public opinion polls from the four countries.
The Genron NPO released the results of the Japan-U.S.-China-ROK joint opinion poll on the future of Northeast Asia and the role of the United States in the region
Ivo Daalder (President, Chicago Council on Global Affairs)
James M. Lindsay (Senior Vice president, Council on Foreign Relations)
Frank Jannuzi (President and CEO, The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation)
Moderator: Yasushi Kudo (President, The Genron NPO)
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