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The US-China Rivalry and Taiwan: The Ramifications of Japan’s New Security Strategy and the US-Japan Alliance

  • 21 Mar 2024
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • 17 Arnold B Grobman Dr, St. Louis, MO 63121
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Join us for a free speakers panel with Q&A and reception to follow
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Drs. Satoru Mori & Zack Cooper will address the topic: How does Japan’s new security strategy and the US-Japan Alliance affect the US-China Rivalry and Taiwan?

This event will take place in Century Room A in the Millenium Student Center on UMSL's north campus. Here is a a map of north campus (look for MSC in D6 on the grid). Parking: the UMSL police department has requested attendees park in the MSC parking garages. 

Moderated by former United States Senator Jim Talent • Reception to Follow

Dr. Zack Cooper is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he studies US strategy in Asia, including alliance dynamics and US-China competition. He also teaches at Princeton University and is currently writing a book that explains how militaries change during power shifts. <more bio>



Dr. Satoru Mori is the professor of contemporary international politics at the Faculty of Law, and the deputy director of the Keio Center for Strategy at Keio University. He is currently undertaking research on U.S. strategy in Asia, U.S. defense innovation and its implications for U.S. allies, and the history of U.S. defense strategy during the Cold War. <more bio>


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