Center for Global Security

#4 GS Colloquium

#4 GS Colloquium

Date Dec. 5, 2016

Theme Asian Security and Japan-U.S. Alliance

Speaker Mr. David J. Firestein (Perot Fellow and EWI's Senior Vice President), Mr. Jonathan B.Miller (EWI Senior Fellow), Ms. Euhwa Tran (Senior Associate for the Strategic Trust-Building Pillar and the Program Chief of EWI's Asia-Pacific Program), Ms. Zoe Leung (Program Associate of EWI's Asia-Pacific Program)

Moderator Professor Hideya Kurata, NDA

*EWI: East West Institute


GS Openieng Commemorative Symposium

GS Symposium flyer

Date Nov. 14, 2016

■Keynote Address

Theme The Future Japan-U.S. Relationship after the United States Presidential Election

Keynote Speaker Dr. Gerald L. Curtis, Professor of Political Science at Columbia University

■Panel Discussion

Theme Crisis Management, Foresight and Preventive or Subsequent Coping

Panelists Professor Koki Kaku (NDMC), Professor Taiyou Tuchiya (Keio University), Professor Masuhiro Beppu (NDA), Professor Naoshi Miyasaka (NDA), Vice President Lieutenant General Kimihiko Kishikawa (NDA)

Moderator Professor Ryuichi Syoji, NDA

*NDMC: National Defense Medical College


#3 GS Colloquium

#3 GS Colloquium

Date Oct. 26, 2016

Theme Internal Dynamics and Realities of China Today

Speaker Dr. Anthony Saich, Professor at Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School (HKS)

Moderator President Ryosei Kokubun, NDA


#2 GS Colloquium

#2 GS Colloquium

Date Oct. 7, 2016

Theme Challenges of Non Traditional Security Issues in Southeast asia: Indonesia's Policy in Combating IUU (Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing) Fishing as transnational crime

Speaker Dr. Arisman, Senior Lecturer at Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University Jakarta (UIN) amd Executive Director of Center for Southeast Asian Studies Kyoto University (CSEAS)

Moderator Assistant Professor Yurika Ishii, NDA


#1 GS Colloquium

#1 GS Colloquium

Date Jul. 20, 2016

Theme Social/National Resilience, Mental Health, and Cultural Differences : How Different Communities Respond to Crises?

Speaker Dr. Reuven Gal, Senior Research Fellow at Samuel Neaman Institute For National Policy Research, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology


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