Sasakawa USA’s Japan-U.S. Military Program (JUMP) held its third annual panel discussion on November 16 at the National War College, “Persistent Challenges for the Northeast Asia Region: Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and U.S. Perspectives.”
At this event, distinguished specialists on Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and U.S.-Northeast Asian relations discussed the persistent challenges that have and continue to impact the region. Dinner and reception followed the discussion. This program was presented in partnership with the National War College Alumni Association, the Embassy of Japan in the United States of America, the Japan-America Society of Washington, D.C., and the National Association of Japan-America Societies.
What: Panel discussion: Persistent Challenges for the Northeast Asia Region: Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and U.S. Perspectives
When: November 16, 2017, 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Where: National War College, National Defense University; Roosevelt Hall (map)
RSVP: Click here to RSVP by November 9.
• Brigadier General Chad T. Manske (USAF), Commandant, National War College
• Representative, Embassy of Japan in the United States, TBD
• Ambassador James Zumwalt, CEO, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
• Lt. Gen. Wallace “Chip” Gregson, Jr. (USMC, Ret.), Senior Advisor, Avascent Global Advisors
• Dr. Sheila A. Smith, Senior Fellow for Japan Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
• Bruce Klingner, Senior Research Fellow with Northeast Asia, The Heritage Foundation
• Bonnie S. Glaser, Senior Adviser for Asia, Director of the China Power Project, Center for Strategic & International Studies
• Dr. Cynthia Watson, Professor of Strategy, National War College