Date: May 18, 2016
Sasakawa Peace Foundation and Sasakawa USA hosted a panel discussion on U.S. defense and foreign policy under the next administration featuring seven U.S. emerging defense experts from Washington, D.C. who participated in the Sasakawa USA Emerging Experts Delegation (SEED) Program.
Tags: brian harding, center for american progress, david adesnik, event, foreign policy initiative, jeffrey hornung, junko chano, melissa dalton, phillip lohaus, rachel hoff, sam brannen, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, sasakawa usa emerging experts delegation, SEED, Tokyo
Author: Rachel Hoff
Categories: Sasakawa USA Forum
Sasakawa USA Forum Issue No. 3
In recent years, the United States and Japan have taken significant steps toward a stronger security alliance. While recent efforts to remove some of the legal and structural obstacles that have prohibited Japan from playing a larger role in the alliance have set the stage for a new era of U.S.-Japan defense cooperation, serious challenges remain to implement and operationalize the new reforms and mechanisms.