Speech: ‘U.S.-East Asia Relations: As Seen from Tokyo’

On May 14, 2012, Glen Fukushima delivered a speech as part of the USF Center for the Pacific Rim and USF Economics Department’s Professor Yuan-li Wu Economics Speakers Series.

In his speech, “U.S.-East Asia Relations: As Seen from Tokyo,” Mr. Fukushima, talked about Japan as America’s most important ally in Asia and how Tokyo’s views remain critical for the region. Patrick L. Hatcher, Ph.D., Kiriyama Distinguished Fellow at the Center, moderated. The event was co-sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco, the Japan Society of Northern California, the USF School of Management, the World Affairs Council of Northern California, and the USF Japan Policy Research Institute.

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