Okinawa's View on the International Order in East Asia
Co-hosts : Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF), Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies (YCAPS)
YCAPS & the Sasakawa Peace Foundation are pleased to announce the next event in the Community Conversations seminar series in Okinawa! Today, Okinawa is the frontline of the great power rivalry in East Asia. How do Okinawan people see such international situations as well as thier thoughts on the US-Japan alliance? In this presentation, Dr. Fumiaki Nozoe will discuss Okinawa's view on the international order in East Asia after World War II.
*Please note that this is an in-person seminar taking place in Chatan, Okinawa. It will not be streamed online.
・September 11 (Mon.) @Misawa, Aomori
"Japan's Decision to Defend Taiwan: Opportunities and Challenges"
・September 30 (Sat.) @Sasebo, Nagasaki *To be determined
*The seminar is an in-person event (free of charge). Please register in advance from the registration button on this page.
* Please note that during the seminar, all attendees, presenters and staff are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask when you are not eating and drinking. Additionally please refrain from attending if you have Flu-like symptoms.
*All attendees are welcome to attend the reception before the seminar.