The U.S. and Japan face numerous challenges in preparing for long-term competition with China. In a high-stakes race for global influence, the U.S. and Japan must re-consider what combined efforts are most effective in countering the rise of China. How do they seek the appropriate mix of offensive and defensive capabilities, and what roles, missions, and capabilities should the U.S. and Japan share, execute, and cooperate on together? Do they agree on the threat perception? Are they able to prioritize limited resources, and should they redefine shared strategic objectives?
Join Hudson Institute for a conversation with senior military advisers, defense professionals, and experts from both countries on the effectiveness of U.S.-Japan cooperation and why it is more important now than ever before.