Author: Christa Robelin Desrets
Categories: Sasakawa USA Blog
Just hours after President Donald Trump denounced North Korea’s continued missile tests in his first speech before the United Nations General Assembly on September 19, Sasakawa USA provided context and analysis to the Washington, D.C. journalism community at a private roundtable event at the National Press Club.
Categories: In the News
Although rhetoric regarding the North Korean regime’s continued nuclear tests has ramped up in Washington in recent weeks with Pyongyang’s actions, the overall North Korean strategy of provoking the international community while operating below the threshold of starting conflict has remained in place for about half a century, Sasakawa USA’s Admiral Dennis Blair explains in the latest episode of The Global Politico podcast with Susan Glasser.
Tags: admiral dennis blair, brinkmanship, Dennis Blair, DPRK, global politico, kim jong-il, kim jong-un, launch, missile, North Korea, nuclear deterrence, nuclear weapons, podcast, sanctions, susan glasser, test
Pessimism in response to the rise of China is bad for the Navy and for U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific, said Admiral Dennis Blair, Chairman of Sasakawa USA, at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition on April 4.
Date: March 2-3, 2017
This two-day conference jointly hosted by Keio University and Sasakawa USA in Tokyo explored the human talent component of Cybersecurity, focusing on education, training, and use cases while discussing exciting innovative technology and policy.
Tags: admiral dennis blair, bud roth, cyber, cyber threats, cybersecurity, Dennis Blair, education, industry, Japan, keio university, policy, security, Technology, us-japan cooperation, william bud roth, workforce
Join us for Episode 2 of Asia on Air as we sit down with former Director of National Intelligence and current Sasakawa USA CEO and Chairman, Adm. Dennis Blair, to discuss current issues in East Asia. In this episode we look at some of the potential flash points in the region, as viewed through the lens of the U.S.-Japan alliance.