In the fall of 2010, the Bulletin of the International House of Japan published an article Glen was asked to write based on a luncheon discussion at the I House in March featuring Harvard University President Drew Faust, who spoke to leaders in Japanese education on the subject of the globalization of higher education. Click […]
In April 2010, Glen published an article in the “Japan Times” pointing out the dramatic decline in the number of Japanese students studying abroad. The article attracted considerable attention in the U.S. and Japan and resulted in Glen being invited to write and speak about the causes and consequences of this phenomenon. Click on the […]
In the early 1980s, Glen wrote an article on “Japanese Americans and U.S.-Japan Relations” that was eventually published in the JACL’s “Pacific Citizen” New Year’s issue of January 4-11, 1985. Although written over 30 years ago, many of the themes he discussed in the article persist. Click on the image below to download a PDF […]
In the summer of 2011, McKinsey & Company produced “Reimagining Japan: The Quest for a Future That Works,” a book that contained an article Glen entitled “Unlocking Sakoku.” Click on the image below to download a PDF of the article.
In 2011, Professor John Condon, a leading specialist on intercultural communication, published a book entitled “With Respect to the Japanese,” which included a foreword Glen was invited to write based on his long experience working with Japan in academia, journalism, law, government, and business. Click on the image to download a PDF of the article.
On November 16, 2001, Glen was invited to give the commencement address at the graduation ceremony in Tokyo for students of JAIMS (Japan-America Institute of Management Science). Below is text of Glen’s remarks as prepared for delivery. JAIMS CHEMBA & JEMBA COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS Tokyo, Japan 16 November 2001 Glen S. Fukushima President & CEO, Cadence […]
Glen was asked by Nippon.com to write an article on the recent trip to the United States by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Glen’s opinion piece, below, was published on Nippon.com on May 15, 2015. Prime Minister Abe Shinzō’s eight-day trip to the United States from the end of April to early May was, officially […]
The Asan Institute, one of South Korea’s leading think tanks, asked Glen to write an assessment of U.S.-Japan relations under the rule of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The article is reproduced below. When Abe Shinzo became prime minister for a second time, the reaction in Washington was decidedly mixed. In both the Obama administration and […]
In September 2013, Glen Fukushima attended a dinner at Secretary Clinton’s home in Washington, D.C. to discuss various issues with her and with President Bill Clinton, both of whom Glen got to know when he was invited to speak at the Little Rock Economic Summit in Dec. 1992. Glen said, “It was a pleasure to […]