CJS Noon Lecture Series | Radical Adaptation: Japan’s Foreign Policy in the Trump Era

Toshihiro Nakayama, Professor of American Politics and Foreign Policy, Policy Management, Keio University, Japan

Toshihiro Nakayama,Professor of American Politics and Foreign Policy,Policy Management,Keio University, Japan Toshihiro Nakayama,Professor of American Politics and Foreign Policy,Policy Management,Keio University, Japan
We regret that due to the weather and the university closure, this lecture will be canceled. We will do our best to reschedule it at a later date.

Seemingly, Japan has adapted to Trumpian foreign policy like no other. Whereas many “western democracies” have maintained a distance to the Trump administration, Japan has not, and embraced it fully. How and why has this been done? Are the Japanese public behind? The lecture will focus on Japan’s choice in the Trump era.

Professor of American Politics and Foreign Policy at Keio University. Japan Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center in DC until August 2019. Currently working on the long term effect of Trumpian foreign policy on American international commitment and its image around the world.

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When and Where

Map Weiser Hall - Room 110

April 2019

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12:00pm - 1:30pm

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