On January 4, 2018, the International Student Conferences (ISC) and Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA provided future leaders for U.S.-Japan-Korea cooperation with the opportunity to discuss their views on digital diplomacy and workplace challenges. The fifth Trilateral Symposium demonstrated the ability of the next generation to engage in much needed productive dialogue on U.S.-Japan-Korea relations, including ideas for improving trilateral cooperation.
Date: April 7, 2017
Sasakawa USA and the Genron NPO hosted a forum discussion on the differing approaches taken by the United States and Japan to promoting democracy around the world, and the potential to leverage the work of both countries through cooperative projects and programs.
Date: December 2, 2016
Sasakawa USA, in partnership with the James E. Auer U.S.-Japan Center, brought together private and public sector experts from both the United States and Japan for an off-the record discussion of common challenges in cybersecurity and energy. The group addressed issues including cybersecurity threats, modernizing electric grids to integrate conventional and renewable sources of electricity, expanding use of energy storage and distributed generation, and responding seamlessly to disruptions.
Date: January 5, 2017
Sasakawa USA partnered with International Student Conferences for a symposium at which student leaders discussed U.S.-Japan-Korea relations with senior policy experts from all three nations. The event included several panels focused on important, current-day topics.
Date: November 21, 2016
Sasakawa USA hosted a private, off-the-record discussion featuring Dr. Linton Wells II, Managing partner of Wells Analytics, and Mr. Riley Repko, Managing Director of CISCO’s Defense and Security Solutions, to examine ways to improve cyber security cooperation between the governments of the United States and Japan.