Remarks by Glen S. Fukushima as prepared for delivery at the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Military Intelligence Service Historic Learning Center in San Francisco on Veterans Day, November 11, 2013. Thank you for the kind introduction. I am privileged and honored to be invited today to present the keynote address at this National Japanese American […]
The Washington Post published this op-ed by me on Dec. 21, 2o12. Proponents of the Obama administration’s “pivot,” or rebalance of attention and resources, toward Asia should be heartened by the results of Japan’s parliamentary election. The Liberal Democratic Party’s (LDP) landslide victory in the lower house Sunday augurs well for a reinvigorated relationship between […]
NATIONAL JAPANESE AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER HOTEL KABUKI, SAN FRANCISCO “LEADING IN THE ASIA PACIFIC ERA: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE” March 22, 2008 “PERSONAL REFLECTIONS OF A JAPANESE AMERICAN ARMY BRAT” Glen S. Fukushima President and CEO, Airbus Japan Former President, American Chamber of Commerce in Japan Former Deputy Assistant United States Trade […]
Today John Podesta, Chair and Counselor of the Center for American Progress, announced that former chairman and director of Airbus Japan K.K., Glen S. Fukushima, will be joining CAP’s National Security and International Policy team as a Senior Fellow. His work at CAP will focus on U.S.–Japan relations, U.S. foreign policy in East Asia, and […]
Allen McDuffee of the Washington Post posted this item on November 7, 2012: The Center for American Progress (CAP) will announce the addition of former congressman Patrick Murphy, former British foreign minister David Miliband and Airbus Japan President K.K. Glen S. Fukushima to the progressive think tank’s national security and foreign policy team. “The arrival […]
In his book “The World is Flat: a Brief History of the Twenty-First Century,” Thomas L. Friedman writes about Glen Fukushima. You can view the pages here on Google Books.
Glen enjoys a conversation with his friend U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs Eric Shinseki at a reception of the U.S.-Japan Council in Washington, D.C. in October 2011.
LOS ANGELES (July 31, 2006)—Glen S. Fukushima, president and CEO of Airbus Japan, tendered a personal pledge of $100,000 to support leadership training and development for Asian Pacific Americans, announced J. D. Hokoyama, president and CEO of Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, recipient of the donation. The pledge, which will span over five years beginning […]