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"Direction of Stability and Development in Asia - The Role of Japan and the United States"

2016-7-28 (Thu) 14:00 -

We've invited Harvard University Professor Emeritus Ezra Vogel, who published Japan as Number One and has become well-known in recent years as a leading expert in research on Deng Xiaoping, to give a lecture and join us in an open discussion.

In this seminar, we will hold a lecture and discussion on the role Japan and the United States must fulfill toward the further advancement of security in Asia, a region that has seen maritime advancement by China and rising tension on the Korean Peninsula in recent years. We will also be taking questions from attendees. We hope to see you there.

Organized by

Osaka International Forum, Kansai Science Forum

 Co-hosted by

Osaka University, KANSAI • OSAKA 21st Century Association

With support from

Japan • China Economic Relations and Trade Centre

Time and Date

Thursday, July 28, 2016 - 2:00 ~ 4:30 pm

Venue

SAJI Keizo Memorial Hall, 10F, Osaka University Nakanoshima Center

4-3-53 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka City

Tel. 06-6444-2100

 Details

MC: HAGIO Senri (Director, Osaka International Forum)

Opening Greeting - 14:00~
NISHIO Shojiro (President, Osaka University)    

Part 1: Keynote Speech - 14:05 ~
Direction of Stability and Development in Asia - The Role of Japan and the United States - Ezra Vogel (Professor Emeritus, Harvard University)
HOSHINO Toshiya (Executive Vice President, Osaka University)

Open Discussion
Ezra Vogel (Professor Emeritus, Harvard University)
HOSHINO Toshiya (Executive Vice President, Osaka University)
HORII Yoshitane (Director, KANSAI • OSAKA 21st Century Association)
AOKI Shunichiro (Advisor, Japan-China Economic Relations and Trade Center)
MIYAKE Yoshinobu (Superior General, Konko Church of Izuo)

Moderator: HAGIO Senri (Director, Osaka International Forum)

Capacity - 50 (Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.)

Admission fee - Free

This forum will be conducted in Japanese.

*We ask that those hoping to attend please send a fax or email to the following address by Wednesday, July 20, 2016.

Contact

ADACHI • NAGANE, Osaka International Forum

Tel: 06-7506-9436
E-mail: t.adachi@osaka-iforum.jp / m.nagane@osaka-iforum.jp

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