Beyond the U.S.-Japan security relationship, their relations are characterized by strong economic, cultural, and educational ties providing for greater friendship and mutual understanding between their two peoples. However, what are the specific benefits the North Star State accrues from this robust alliance?
Join Sasakawa USA in St. Paul for a presentation and Q&A with Dr. Satu Limaye, Vice President and Director of the East-West Center in Washington, D.C., to learn more and discuss how Minnesota is impacted by and contributes to Japan and the overall international alliance. In his presentation, Dr. Limaye will also feature the East-West Center in Washington’s Japan Matters for America Project. The event is free but RSVP is required.
This event is sponsored by Sasakawa USA and members of Global Minnesota, and is presented in partnership with the Landmark Center and World Affairs Councils of America. It is offered as part of Sasakawa USA’s The Alliance Working in America (TAWA) series. Our TAWA series seeks to engage with regional leaders in cities across the United States on the importance of the U.S.-Japan alliance to U.S. interests, both at the regional and national levels. Previous TAWA programs have been held in Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Oregon; and Kentucky.