The US-Asia Institute and the US-Japan Caucus are proud to present the third and final installment of the 2017 Japan 101 Series:


Crucial Security Perspective: US-Japan Strategic Bonds

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
1:00 – 2:30pm
Gold Room, 2168 Rayburn House Office Building
Keynote Speaker:
Admiral Dennis Blair
Chairman, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
Former Director of National Intelligence
Former Commander in Chief of US Pacific Command
Prof. Andrew L. Oros
Professor of Political Science and International Studies
Washington College
Prof. Balbina Hwang
Visiting Professor, Georgetown University
Special Senior Advisor, AMB Christopher Hill
Ms. Emma Chanlett-Avery
Specialist in Asian Affairs
Congressional Research Service
Jonathan M. Canfield
Program Assistant, US-Asia Institute

About The Series

The US-Japan Caucus in partnership with the U.S.-Asia Institute is hosting the inaugural Japan 101 Seminar Series in the summer of 2017.

The three-session introductory series brings experts to Capitol Hill to introduce and discuss critical aspects of Japan and its strategic and economic significance. All sessions are open only to Congressional staff and include time for Q&A with the audience.


*This series is off the record.