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ICAS Symposium

Implications of WWI on Japan’s strategy

Monday, July 14, 2014   11:15 - 13:30

Speaker:
  • Tomonori Yoshizaki (Director, Security Studies Department, The National Institute for Defense Studies)

Essay of this event is now published: Implications of World War I for the Current Conflicts in Asia (Edited by Andreas Herberg-Rothe, University of Applied Sciences Fulda, Germany), Proceedings of the Symposium: “Lessons of World War I for the future of Asia” Tokyo, 14-15 July 2014. (PDF)

This is part of a symposium supported by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Japan and organized by Andreas Herberg-Rothe.

Dear friends: We would like to invite you to a discussion and lunch at Temple University Japan Campus on 14 July 2014 at 11:15 with Professor Tomonori Yoshizaki, Director, Security Studies Department, National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS) in Tokyo. This is part of a symposium supported by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Japan.

Professor Yoshizaki will discuss implications of WWI on Japan’s strategic policy

Following Professor Yoshizaki’s lecture and a Q&A session we will have a bento lunch (please bring your own lunch box) and adjourn at 13:30.

Date & Time:
Monday, July 14, 2014   11:15 - 13:30 (Doors open at 10:45)
Venue:
5F, Mita Hall
Temple University, Japan Campus
4-1-27 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Registration:
If possible, we ask you to register by E-mail (icas@tuj.temple.edu) , but we always welcome participants even you do not register. / 参加登録はなしでも参加できますので、直接会場へお越しください。

Speaker:

Tomonori Yoshizaki

Director, Security Studies Department, The National Institute for Defense Studies

Professor Yoshizaki is one of the senior members of NIDS. He is a graduate of Keio University, was a Visiting Fellow at King’s College in London and Hudson Institute in Washington DC. His area of expertise includes Alliance Management, European Security and NATO, Japan’s Peace Operations, Conflict Resolution, Peacebuilding.   He is the author of numerous articles in Japanese and English. http://www.nids.go.jp/english/research/profile/anzen/00-yoshizaki.html