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日韓豪会議 「Bilateral Alliance Politics and Intra-spoke Relations in Asia」

◆テーマ:”Bilateral  Alliancs Politics and Intra-spoke sd 042.JPGのサムネール画像Relations in Asia”

◆日 時:2011年9月15日(木) 9:30~17:00

      2011年9月16日(金) 9:30~12:30

場 所:慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス 

                 東館6階 G-SEC Lab

◆言語:英語

 

  日本、韓国、豪州はアジア太平洋におえkるアメリカの重要な同盟国である。1日半にわたって、今回の会議では、日韓豪3国が、対米同盟の下で、どのような地域協力が可能であるのかについて、議論した。

 

 

*会議のサマリ及び政策提言集はこちら-〉Summary and Policy Recommendations.pdf

 

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“Bilateral Alliance Politics and Intraspoke Relations in Asia

 

Co-sponsored by

The Center for Contemporary Korean Studies, Keio University, and

The ANU-MacArthur Asia Security Initiative Partnership, with the collaboration of

The Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University

 

15-16 September, 2011, Tokyo

(G-SEC Lab, East Building, Keio University)

 

 
Thursday, 15 September, 2011
 
9:15  Meet in the Lobby of the Celestine Hotel  (Australian and Korean participants)
 
9:30 - 9:45  Registration 
9:45 - 10:00  Welcome and Introduction
 
Yoshihide Soeya, Keio University
William Tow, Australian National University
Cheolhee Park, Seoul National University
 
10:00 -11:45   Session 1: “Cross-Comparing Existing Bilateral Relationships with the U.S.: Relating Traditional Alliances to New Challenges
 
Chair: William Tow
 
Presenters:
Ken Jimbo (Keio University), “Japan-U.S. Alliance: Adjusting to the Power Shift in Asia”
Beomcheol Shin (KIDA), “ROK-U.S. Alliance: Relating Traditional Alliance to New Challenges”
Hugh White (ANU) on “the Australia-U.S. Alliance”
 
Discussant: Jeffrey McCausland  (U.S. Army War College)
 
12:00-13:00  Lunch
 
13:15 – 15:00   Session 2: From Bilateralism to Minilateralism 
 
Chair: Yoshihide Soeya
 
Presenters:
Tomohiko Satake (NIDS), “TSD as an Instrument to Provide a Public Good”
Cheolhee Park (SNU), “Minilateralism in East Asia under the U.S. Security Hegemony”
William Tow and David Envall (ANU), “Realising ‘Convergent Security’ Through the Back Door?
 
Discussant: Douglas Stuart (Dickinson College)
 
15:00-15:30 – Tea Break
 
15:30 – 17:00  Session 3: “Comparing Intra-Spoke Security Relations”
 
Chair: Cheolhee Park
 
Yusuke Ishihara (NIDS), “Comparing Japan-Australia-U.S. and Japan-ROK-U.S. Triangles”

Seongho Sheen (SNU), “ROK-Australian Cooperation: Forging a ‘Hot’ Partnership?”

Rikki Kersten (ANU), “Australia-Japan Security Relations: Why US and Why Now”
 
Discussant: David Lai (U.S. Army War College)
 
19:00 –  Reception at the Residence of the Australian Ambassador
 
 
Friday, 16 September, 2011
 
9:00   Meet in the Lobby of the Celestine Hotel (Australian and Korean participants)
 
9:15-9:30 – Coffee 
 
9:30-11:15   Session 4: The China Factor and ‘Middle Power’ Responses: Alliance Management and Regional Security Cooperation”
 
Chair: John Garofano (U.S. Naval War College)
 
Yoshihide Soeya (Keio University), “Shifting U.S.-China Relations and Japan’s Response”
Heungkyu Kim (Seongshin Women's University), “Strategic Stability and Middle-Power Cooperation in Northeast Asia: A Korean Perspective”
Brendan Taylor (ANU), “Japan, South Korea, Australia: Partners in Asia?”
 
Discussant: Russell Trood (ANU)
 
11:15-11:30  Coffee Break
 
11:30 – 12:30: Session 5: Concluding Discussions and Future Agenda
 
Co-Chairs: Yoshihide Soeya and William Tow
 
12:30-13:30:  Lunch and farewell