Government, Business, and Academic Leaders discuss role Japanese companies play in Georgia’s economy at Atlanta conference
September 5, Sasakawa USA, partnering with the World Affairs Council of Atlanta and the East-West Center in Washington, will host a luncheon at The Commerce Club in Atlanta. Former senior government and military leaders, academics, and representatives from a leading Japanese business will discuss the importance of the U.S.-Japan relationship for our country.
Sasakawa USA invites journalists to attend the launch of Japan’s Energy Conundrum, a new book detailing the evolution of Japan’s energy policy and practices since the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. This discussion on nuclear energy, the role of fossil fuels, renewable energy and other topics will provide Japan’s leaders with recommendations as it completes
Today, Sasakawa USA opens its Fifth Annual Security Forum with a high-profile roster of speakers and invited guests to discuss critical international security topics affecting the U.S.-Japan alliance and other global security issues. This year’s forum topic is: The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Deepening Ties while Confronting New Challenges.
As the world prepares for summits involving South Korea, North Korea, and the United States, please join Sasakawa USA for insights and commentary on the role the U.S. will play in these critically important meetings and our engagement within the Asia-Pacific region.
From February 14 to 16, Sasakawa USA ran a three-day tabletop exercise designed to test the policy, diplomatic, and military responses of the United States, Japan, and South Korea to North Korean provocations that involve all three countries.