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March 31, 2015

  

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

NMUN-NY Conference
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Join us at the National Model United Nations-NY fair in New York, NY!  The NYU School of Professional Studies offers 16 Masters degrees and 15 graduate certificates that provide students practical knowledge and skills based on emerging industry trends, opportunities and research.  Come meet one of our Admissions Officer to learn more about our graduate study options and get answers to your questions about our application process.  

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In Print featuring Sheila Smith - Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM

Downtown

In Print with James F. Hoge, Jr.
Featuring Sheila A. Smith – Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China

This series features James F. Hoge, Jr., senior advisor, Teneo Intelligence; chairman, Human Rights Watch; and CGA advisory board member, in conversation with leading journalists and authors. Books are available for sale following the event.

Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China

Tuesday, March 31, 6.30–7.45 p.m.

No country feels China’s rise more deeply than Japan. Through intricate case studies of visits by politicians to the Yasukuni Shrine, conflicts at the East China Sea boundary, concerns about food safety, and strategies of island defense, CFR Senior Fellow Sheila A. Smith explores the policy issues testing the Japanese government as it tries to navigate its relationship with an advancing China. For many, China’s rise means Japan’s decline, and Smith suggests how Japan can maintain its regional and global clout as confidence in its postwar diplomatic and security approach decreases.



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