ICJS Event: Korea Japan/China Study Group "Tokyo Foundation's Policy Recommendations on Japan's China policy"

Date
Monday, September 26, 2005
Time
7:00 p.m.
Venue
Temple University, Japan Campus, Azabu Hall 212 (access)
Admission
Institute lectures are open to the general public, but space may be limited: RSVP is recommended.
RSVP
rdujarric@aol.com

We are happy to invite you to a presentation of the Tokyo Foundation's Policy Recommendations on Japan's China policy. The report proposes an alternative China policy for Japan. The report, which is attached, will be presented by Masahiro Sakamoto, who headed the task force which drafted the report, Ambassador Yoshitomo Tanaka, formerly Japanese representative to the Disarmament Conference. We also expect Representative Akihisa Nagashima, DPJ Member of the Lower House, to join the panel.

Following the 30-minute presentation, there will be a moderated discussion among participants and the audience. The meeting will be on the record. Electronic media journalists who need information on the facilities for TV recording should contact us. Since we expect a large crowd, we will not be able to provide dinner.


Visiting Research Fellow

Japan Institute of International Affairs (Nihon Kokusai Mondai Kenkyusho)
Website: http://www.jiia.or.jp


The Korea/Japan/China Study Groups

  • Yoshiko Tanaka-Shichinohe (in Sapporo)
  • Mieko Nakabayashi
  • Michael Schiffer
  • Devin Stewart (in Washington)
  • Michael Rogol (out of town)
  • Robert Dujarric

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.