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Invitation to
'The Indian Ocean and Geopolitics'
A Lecture by Mr. Robert D. KaplanOn March 12 (Fri)

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The Sasakawa Peace Foundation has invited Mr. Robert D. Kaplan, senior fellow for the Center for the New American Security and national correspondent for Atlantic to speak on the theme of ‘The Indian Ocean and Geopolitics’ on March 12, 2010. The speaker is an eminent international journalist who has written many articles regarding regional conflicts and security issues worldwide.

Mr. Kaplan has discussed issues surrounding the Indian Ocean, such as the increasing presence of China and the resurgence of the geopolitical rivalry in the region, in articles in the distinguished American foreign policy journals, “Foreign Affairs”, and “Foreign Policy.” He will provide insight from a geographical perspective into the present and the future situation of the Indian Ocean region, and show the powerful effects the region exerts on international politics. The details of the event are as follows:
Dates:
March 12, 2010(Fri)18:00 to 19:30 Lecture and Q&A
Venue:
Conference Hall, 1st floor, Nippon Foundation Building,
1-2-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8523
Speaker:
Mr. Robert D. Kaplan, Senior Fellow, the Center for New American Security and national correspondent for Atlantic
Moderator:
Dr. Satoru Mori, Associate Professor, Hosei University and the project leader for SPF research project, “Japan’s Strategic Horizon and Japan-US relations”.
Language:
Simultaneous interpretation into Japanese will be provided.
Invitation to
'The Indian Ocean and Geopolitics'
A Lecture by Mr. Robert D. KaplanOn March 12 (Fri)

Closed.

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