The U.S.-Japan alliance has provided the foundation of security and freedom in Asia since WWII. In a changing environment, including North Korean missiles flying over Japan, a rising China seeking leadership in the region, potential conflicts in the South China Seas, as well as the re-positioning of US policy in multilateral free trade agreements, this critical partnership finds itself under stress. As uncertainty in the region abounds, the U.S. must define its involvement and Japan must chart its course as a leader, a counterweight and an ally. Two respected foreign policy specialists discuss what is in store for us in 2020. Join us!