China-Japan-US Research and Dialogue Project | Kisarazu Conference

October 16–17, 1999
Kisarazu, Japan

A fourth workshop of the China-Japan-US Research and Dialogue Project was held in Kisarazu, Japan on October 16–17, 1999. The discussions focused on such issues as the domestic situations within China, Japan, and the United States and their implications for trilateral relations; the impact of international events on the trilateral relationship; and the future of trilateral cooperation. The US study group members were among the meeting participants.



Ni Feng

Associate Research Fellow, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS)

Wang Jisi

Director, Institute of American Studies, CASS

Wang Rongjun

Associate Research Fellow, Institute of American Studies, CASS

Zhu Li

Researcher, China Reform Forum


Yoichi Funabashi

Washington Bureau Chief, Asahi Shimbun

Ryosei Kokubun

Professor of Political Science, Keio University

Keizo Takemi

Member, House of Councillors (LDP)

Koji Watanabe


Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange

Tadashi Yamamoto

President, Japan Center for International Exchange


Morton Abramowitz

Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

Amy Celico

Analyst, North Korean Affairs, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Office of East Asia & the Pacific; US Department of State

Evan Feigenbaum

Research Fellow, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Peter Geithner

Senior Consultant, Asia Center, Harvard University

Michael Green

Senior Fellow for Asian Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations

David M. Lampton

George and Sadie Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Gregory May

Assistant Director and Research Associate in Chinese Studies, Nixon Center

Daniel Rosen

Research Fellow, Institute for International Economics

Scott Snyder

Program Officer, United States Institute of Peace