ICJS Event: Panel on the North Korean nuclear and missile tests

Monday, June 1st, 2009
7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
TUJ Azabu Hall 207 (Access)
Open to general public.
You can purchase a bento and drinks at the convenience store next to the university.
Registration closed


Guibourg Delamotte, research fellow at Asia Centre and adjunct fellow at Temple University, Japan Campus. A graduate of the universities Paris 2 and of Oxford where she read Law, she studied International Relations at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (SciencesPo), whilst completing a Masters in Japanese at Inalco. In 2007, she completed her PhD at the Paris-based School of Social Sciences (EHESS). Her dissertation on Japan's defense policy received the Shibusawa-Claudel award in 2008.

Brian P. Klein has lived and worked in Asia for the past six years, currently as a council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow based in Tokyo. He previously served as a US diplomat in China and India. His writings on Asian security, politics and economics have appeared in the International Herald Tribune, The Far Eastern Economic Review, Japan Times and South China Morning Post, among others. His New York Times op-on North Korea can be found here.

Robert Dujarric. Director, ICJS, Temple University, Japan Campus. Was a council on Foreign Relations (Hitachi) International Affairs Fellow in Japan and is now at TUJ. Besides directing the Institute, Robert is a frequent contributor to the public debate on Japanese affairs and international political and economic issues, writing op-eds, giving talks, and organizing TUJ events in New York City. Robert has published several books, and numerous articles and op-eds in various publications.

About ICJS
The Institute of Contemporary Japanese Studies (ICJS) is an organization dedicated to fostering study and research on various topics related to contemporary Japan and Asia.