Video: Views Across the Pacific: Michael Green and Rory Medcalf discuss the U.S.-Japan Alliance

CSIS, in partnership with leading Australian think tank, the Lowy Institute for International Policy, has released the sixth session in the video series “Views Across the Pacific” which is a discussion between CSIS Japan Chair and Senior Vice President for Asia, Michael Green and the Director of Lowy Institute’s International Security Program, Rory Medcalf on the importance of U.S.-Japan alliance, Prime Minister Shinzo’s Abe domestic agenda, and Australia’s relations with Japan, China, and the United States under the Abbott government. To learn more, see the analysis in the Lowy Institute’s recent publication Japan is Back: Unbundling Abe’s Grand Strategy.

Michael J. Green

Michael J. Green

Dr. Michael Green is senior vice president for Asia and Japan Chair at CSIS. He is also an associate professor of international relations at Georgetown University.

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1 comment for “Video: Views Across the Pacific: Michael Green and Rory Medcalf discuss the U.S.-Japan Alliance

  1. Donna M. James
    December 19, 2013 at 13:04

    Excellent overview of the U.S. -Japan, alliance and the issues concerning U.S. foreign policy in this region.

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