- “China’s exports plunge – trade worries grow”
- “Xi still in charge, ardent nationalist and foreign policy hawk”
- “US pushes Pyongyang to explain rebirth of rocket site”
- “Trump demands full cost of troops stationed in Asia plus 50%
Join DU and the Crossley Center Thursday, March 14 to examine the U.S. and Japanese relations and politics in the Far East. Featured presenters are Japanese top political analyst, Toshihiro Nakayama, professor of American Politics and Foreign Policy at Keio University; Ambassador Christopher Hill; and Denver Consul-General of Japan, Midori Takeuchi.
Japan-U.S. Foreign Policy Implications
Please join the Office of Global Engagement and the Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research for a discussion on the future of the Japan-U.S. alliance.
Professor Toshihiro Nakayama will present a keynote speech pertaining to his expertise on Japan-U.S. relations, followed by comments from Consul-General Midori Takeuchi, Ambassador Christopher Hill, and Professor Floyd Ciruli, as moderator, and a question and answer session.
Find Consul-General Takeuchi's bio here
Find Ambassador Hill's bio here
Find Professor Nakayama's bio here
Find Professor Ciruli's bio here
Thursday, March 14, 2019
5:00 pm Reception- hors d’oeuvres and beverages
5:30 pm Introduction followed by Keynote speech by Prof. Nakayama
6:10 pm Panel comments
6:30 pm Q&A
Anna and John J. Sie International Relations Complex
2201 S Gaylord Street
Denver, CO 80208
Note: Parking passes will be sent out prior to the event