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G2 @ GW 2011

September 23, 2011
Session 1
September 23, 2011

Session 1: Economic Transformation in China

Session 1 — 9:15 - 10:30 AM: Economic transformation in China

Session 2
September 23, 2011

Session 2: Climate Change, Multilateral Trade, and International Financial Rules

Session 2 — 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM: Climate Change, Multilateral Trade, and International Financial Rules

Session 3
September 23, 2011

Session 3: U.S. and Chinese Policies towards Intellectual Property Rights

Session 3 — 1:15-2:30 PM: U.S. and Chinese Policies toward Intellectual Property Rights

Session 4
September 23, 2011

Session 4: Macro topics: exchange rates, economic growth, and imbalances

Session 4 — 2:45 - 4:00 PM: Macro topics: exchange rates, economic growth, and imbalances

The fourth annual G2 @ GW Conference on China's Economic Development and U.S.-China Economic Relations focuses on the theme "China, the U.S. and Global Economic Governance."Sponsored by the Institute for International Economic Policy

The Okinawa Question: Regional Security, the US-Japan Alliance, and Futenma

September 19, 2011
The Okinawa Question
September 19, 2011

The Okinawa Question: Regional Security, the US-Japan Alliance, and Futenma

Governor Hirokazu Nakaima of Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, discusses Futenma Marine Airbase and U.S.-Japan relations.

Remarks by Okinawa Governor Hirokazu Nakaima
September 19, 2011

Remarks by Okinawa Governor Hirokazu Nakaima (Japanese Version)

Okinawa Governor Hirokazu Nakaima delivers remarks on Futenma U.S. Marine Corps Air Station and the US-Japan alliance. These remarks are in the original Japanese.

Governor Hirokazu Nakaima, of Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, discusses the US-Japan alliance and Futenma. This collection contains the full keynote session with questions and answers in English. It also contains Governor Nakaima's remarks in the original Japanese.

Worldviews of Rising Powers: Domestic Foreign Policy Debates

April 25, 2011
Domestic Foreign Policy Debates in China
April 25, 2011

Evan Medeiros of the National Security Council, GW Professor David Shambaugh, and David Lampton of Johns Hopkins University discuss domestic foreign policy debates in China as part of the Sigur Center for Asian Studies conference on Worldviews of

Foreign Policy Schools of Thought
April 25, 2011

Foreign Policy Schools of Thought: Relevance in US and Rising Powers

Walter Russell Mead of Bard College delivers the keynote address on Foreign Policy Schools of Thought.

Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy
April 25, 2011

GW Professors Henry Nau and Deepa Ollapally discuss Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy with Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering and David Sanger of The New York Times.

Domestic Foreign Policy Debates in Iran
April 25, 2011

Barbara Slavin, Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council's South Asia Center, Farideh Farhi, Affiliate Graduate Faculty at University of Hawai'i-Manoa, and Gary Sick, Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia Unive

Domestic Foreign Policy Debates in Russia
April 25, 2011

Jim Hoagland, Associate Editor and Chief Foreign Correspondent for the Washington Post, Andrew Kuchins, Senior Fellow and Directorr of the Russia and Eurasia Program at CSIS, Igor Zevelev, Director of the Moscow Office for the MacArthur Foundation

Domestic Foreign Policy Debates in Japan
April 25, 2011

Michael Schiffer, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for East Asia, MIT Professor Richard Samuels, and Sheila Smith of the Council on Foreign Relations discuss Domestic Foreign Policy Debates in Japan.

Sponsored by the Sigur Center for Asian Studies and the Carnegie Corporation.

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