Australia-Japan security relationship: Koko kara doke e? (Where to from here?)





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Allan McKinnon, International Security Division, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Dr Masashi Nishihara, President, Research Institute for Peace and Security, Tokyo and Professor Kent Anderson, Director, School of Culture, History and Language at ANU take part in this forum. The forum, 'The Australia-Japan security relationship: Koko kara doke e? (Where to from here?)' was recorded at The Australian National University on 17 November 2010. It was organised by the National Security College at ANU.

Australia and Japan have become close friends over time, but have our two nations become close security partners? This seminar puts this question to a distinguished panel and ask for proposals to take the Australia-Japan security relationship forward into the next decade.

Following the lecture, Professor Michael L'Estrange, Director of the National Security College, moderates a question and answer session on the topic.

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