Tuesday, October 31, 2023
8:00am – 9:00am
Please note, this event is webinar only. It will not be recorded.
Join Lyle Goldstein, Visiting Professor of International and Public Affairs, for a conversation with Gui Yongtao, Vice President of the Institute of International and Strategic Studies, and Associate Dean and Associate Professor at the School of International Studies in Peking University. This is the second event in a series of talks about the China-Japan relationship, “Stepping Back from the Brink: An Exploration of Contemporary China-Japan Relations.”
GUI Yongtao is a Vice President of the Institute of International and Strategic Studies(IISS), Associate Dean and Associate Professor at the School of International Studies(SIS) in Peking University(PKU).
Professor Gui received his PhDs from Waseda University and Peking University in 2005 through a double-degree program. His research focuses on politics and international relations of East Asia. His recent publications include The Politics of TPP: The Motivation and Predicament of U.S.-Japan Cooperation (2017), Japanese Academia’s Changing Perceptions of the United States and Their Policy Conceptions, International Politics Quarterly (2015), The Historical Background and Causes of the Deterioration of Sino-Japanese Relations (2014), Changes in American Perceptions and Policies towards Japan (2014), The Rise of Nationalism in East Asia and the Changing Relations between China and its Neighbors (2013), China-Japan-US Relations and Northeast Asia’s Evolving Security Architecture (2010).