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National Forum Series: Japan in the 21st Century


 

Columbus & Cincinnati Series

   
  Program Dates: October 29 - 30, 2009

Locations: Columbus, OH & Cincinnati, OH

Number of Participants: 81

Collaborating Organizations: Japan-America Society of Central Ohio, Japan-America Society of Greater Cincinnati, Japan/America Society of Kentucky, The Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, The Japan Foundation/CGP & Embassy of Japan

 
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  Columbus:

Speakers - Peter Kelley of NAJAS covering the recent election in Japan and the vistory of the DPJ, Prof. Jeffrey Hornung of the Ohio State University discussing the forewign policy implications of the DPJ victory, and Minister Hajime Hayashi of the Embassy of Japan discussing the state of the Japanese economy. Professor Emeritus Bradley Richardson of the Ohio State University will provide commentary on the presentations, and there will be a question and answer session to follow.

Venue - The State University of Ohio, Columbus, OH

Flyer - Japan: Changes and Continuity and Who are the DPJ and Why Did They Win?

Attendance - 40



Cincinnati:

Speakers - The panelists include Peter Kelley of NAJAS, Prof. Dennis Oneill of the University of Cincinnati Economics Department, Minister Hajime Hayashi of the Embassy of Japan and the commentator will be Edward Kwon of Northern Kentucky University.

Venue - Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY

Flyer - JASGC Special Forum

Attendance - 41



NAJAS would like to recognize the direct support for this National Forum Series I from the Japanese Embassy, The Japan Foundation/CGP and Toyota. Without their partnership, this speaker series would not have been possible.

 
     
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