Lectures usually touch on current issues, especially as they relate to Japan and its interactions with other nations. For example, the diplomatic, business, cultural, and human ties between Japan and the United States underpin one of the world's key international relationships. Despite different cultural histories, and after recovering from World War II, our countries have become partners, friends, and allies; sharing interests and common values, and playing crucial roles for the stability and prosperity of Asia and the world.
This program, including the transportation of speakers, is offered free of charge. For further information, please contact the School Visits coordinator. We ask that the inviting organization arrange the venue and any necessary technological provisions.