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.
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On October 14, 2016, Sasakawa USA, in cooperation with the Sasakawa Peace Foundation in Tokyo, hosted a panel discussion on East Asia’s Maritime Challenges. Given the ongoing maritime challenges in East Asia, there is a need for a better understanding of the issues as well as how states can cooperate in this contested realm. Of particular interest is what role the U.S.-Japan alliance can play in these contested spaces.
The U.S.-Japan Commission on the Future of the Alliance released its final report, “The U.S.-Japan Alliance to 2030: Power and Principle,” on February 29, 2016 at a press conference in Tokyo. Sasakawa USA CEO and Chairman Admiral Dennis Blair said the report is unique because the Commission that wrote it is balanced — half American and