Allied Against Natural Disaster?: The Need for Exceptional Disaster Relief Policy for the U.S.-Japan AllianceSeptember 4, 2018
Author: Michael Bosack
Categories: Sasakawa USA Forum
Sasakawa USA Forum Issue No. 14
Since the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, the U.S. and Japan have taken steps to improve cooperation and coordination in disaster relief, but more recent relief operations have revealed lingering deficiencies. Forum Issue No. 14, Allied Against Natural Disaster?: The Need for Exceptional Disaster Relief Policy for the U.S.-Japan Alliance, discusses these deficiencies and raises recommendations to address them.
Date: March 8, 2016
To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the “3-11” triple disaster now known as the Great East Japan Earthquake, Sasakawa USA in coordination with the U.S.-Japan Council hosted a discussion on the disaster and the joint response to it.
Tags: 3.11, disaster response, earthquake, event, fifth anniversary, Fukushima, goshi hosono, Great East Japan Earthquake, Nuclear, Operation Tomodachi, Tohoku, triple disaster, tsunami, u.s.-japan council