Europe & Japan relations after the US elections

How will the new administration impact US Indo-Pacific strategy and China policy?

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Michito Tsuruoka, Associate Professor, Keio University

Céline Pajon, Senior Fellow and Head of Japan Research, French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) and Senior Fellow, Japan Program, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Andrew Small, Senior Transatlantic Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States and Associate Senior Policy Fellow, Asia Programme, ECFR

Chaired by

Elli-Katharina Pohlkamp, Visiting Fellow for Japan, Asia Programme, ECFR

The past four years have been a difficult time in terms of predictability for the international community. After the elections, the new administration will therefore be faced with high expectations regarding the nature of its foreign policy and its take on international alliances. How will the new administration impact US Indo-Pacific strategy and China policy? What will this mean for key allies such as Europe and Japan?