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The Pacific World: The Unique and Complicated Alliance of Japan and the United States
Start Date: 4/3/2014Start Time: 3:30 PM
End Date: 4/3/2014End Time: 5:00 PM

Event Description:
This CENFAD Colloquium features Professor Fumiaki Kubo of the University of Tokyo. Applying international relations theory to his historical examination, Kubo explores the question of why the United States embraces an alliance with Japan in which Japan is not obliged to defend the United States. He argues that the present security environment adds urgency to addressing this question, even as both Washington and Tokyo pursue measures intended to bolster their value to the other. Professor Kubo is one of Japan's leading scholars of American politics, public policy, and political history.
Contact Information:
Name: Carly B Goodman
Email: tuc69990@temple.edu
Open to:
  • All
  • Location (Campus, building, room OR off-campus address):
    Main Campus, Gladfelter Hall, 10th Floor, CHAT Lounge
    Temple sponsor organization:
    Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy

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