Date: March 24, 2017
Sasakawa USA hosted a luncheon book launch and 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.
Tags: book launch, Common Challenges, conflict, democracy, democracy promotion, Democracy Support, international peace, liberal democracy, peace, promoting democracy, security, security treaty, us-japan cooperation
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
Date: July 30, 2016
Sasakawa USA and PHP Institute co-hosted an event in Tokyo at the ANA Intercontinental Hotel bringing together three senior former Japan Self-Defense Force members to discuss the role of the JSDF within the U.S.-Japan Alliance.
Author: Junjiro Shida
Categories: Sasakawa USA Forum
Sasakawa USA Forum Issue No. 6
In 2011, under the Thein Sein administration, the global community welcomed a “newborn” Myanmar. Now, the future course of the country is receiving attention from various actors in the global arena. As a global player, cooperating with its allied partner the United States, Japan is ready to assist Myanmar’s efforts at all levels. In tackling challenges in Myanmar through the mechanism of the U.S.-Japan alliance, Japan’s well-balanced realism and liberalism are required.
Categories: Sasakawa USA Blog
Sasakawa USA is proud to publish a new book that recommends practical ways in which the United States and Japan can support democratic development in countries that are emerging from autocratic regimes and those that have achieved a measure of democracy, but are in danger of regressing.