ICJS Event: Kazuhiko Togo and Robert Dujarric on “Japan and Asia – Beyond the Asian Community”

Monday, December 7th, 2009
7:00 p.m. (talk starts at 7:30 p.m.)
TUJ Azabu Hall 212 (Access)
Kazuhiko Togo and Robert Dujarric
Open to general public.
You can purchase a bento and drinks at the convenience store next to the university.
Registration closed

About the Event

Kazuhiko Togo is a Visiting Professor at Kyoto Sangyo University. He joined Foreign Ministry of Japan in 1968, worked extensively on Soviet/Russian affairs, as well as on Europe, America, international law and economics, and served as Ambassador of Japan to the Netherlands and retired in 2002. From 1995 he began teaching in universities in Moscow and Tokyo, and after the retirement in Leiden, Princeton, Tansui (Taiwan), Santa Barbara, Seoul, and Temple University Japan Campus. His recent publication includes Japan's Foreign Policy 1945-2003: The Quest For A Proactive Policy, The Inside Story of the Negotiations on the Northern Territories: Five Lost Windows of Opportunity (in Japanese) and History and Foreign Policy: Yasukuni, Asia and Tokyo Trial (in Japanese). For more information about Kazuhiko Togo, click here.

Robert Dujarric runs the Institute of Contemporary Japanese Studies at TUJ. He is a former Council on Foreign Relations (Hitachi) International Affairs Fellow in Japan. He 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. For more information about Robert Dujarric, click here.

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.