China and India as Emerging Powers Project

Director: Sheila A. Smith, Senior Fellow for Japan Studies

The Japan studies program is excited to announce a new project initiative, China and India as Emerging Powers: Challenge or Opportunity for the United States and Japan? This project examines the rise of China and India in global affairs and study the economic, security, and environmental implications of global governance. Particular focus will be given to the implications for the United States and for Japanese policymaking. Envisaged policy discussion topics include: the global consequences of Chinese and Indian economic growth and the effect of the countries' simultaneous rise on global economic management; how the countries' growth will shape their global and regional military influence; the international coordination needed to manage competition for energy resources and to ameliorate the environmental consequences of global warming; and the types of influence the world might expect to see emanate from these two new globalizing power centers.

This project is made possible by a grant from the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.

Meetings

The Rise of China and India: Implications for U.S.-Japan Policy Coordination

September 9, 2011

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A U.S.-Japan Conversation on the Rise of China and India: Structural Shifts and Policy Consequences

Speakers: Yusuke Anami, Tokyo Seitoku University, Elizabeth C. Economy, Council on Foreign Relations, L. Brooks Entwistle, Goldman Sachs (India), Hiroshi Hirabayashi, The Japan-India Association, Takenori Horimoto, Shobi University, Ryosei Kokubun, Keio University, Katsuhiro Sasuga, Tokai University, Adam Segal, Council on Foreign Relations, Sayuri Shirai, Keio University, Sheila A. Smith, Council on Foreign Relations, Chiharu Takenaka, Rikkyo University, Hitoshi Tanaka, Japan Research Institute
February 5, 2011

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A U.S.-Japan Conversation on the Rise of China and India

Presider: Sheila A. Smith, Council on Foreign Relations
July 27, 2009

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