“How Much is Enough? US Extended Deterrence in Northeast Asia and China’s Rise”
Hitotsubashi University International Seminar “How Much is Enough? US Extended Deterrence in Northeast Asia and China’s Rise” (Professor Mike Mochizuki, George Washington University) will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2015.
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
November 12, 2015 (Thu)
Room 31, Main Building, Kunitachi West Campus,
Professor Mochizuki holds the Japan-U.S. Relations Chair in Memory of Gaston Sigur at the
Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University. Dr. Mochizuki was
director of the Sigur Center for Asian Studies from 2001 to 2005. He co-directs the "Memory
and Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific" research and policy project of the Sigur Center. He
received his Ph.D. from Harvard University.
He is the author of the following books:
- The Japan-U.S. Alliance and China-Taiwan Relations: Implications for Okinawa (coeditor and author, 2008)
- Japan in International Politics: The Foreign Policies of an Adaptive State (co-editor and author, 2007)
- The Okinawa Question and the U.S.-Japan Alliance (co-editor and author, 2005)
- Crisis on the Korean Peninsula: How to Deal with a Nuclear North Korea (co-author, 2003)
He has published articles in such journals as Foreign Affairs,
International Security, Survival, and Washington Quarterly. He
is currently completing a book entitled A New Strategic
Triangle: the U.S.-Japan Alliance and the Rise of China and
co-editing a volume entitled Reconciling Rivals: War, Memory,
and Security in East Asia.