Dr. Chikako Ueki Lecture, US-Japan Relations

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Jun 20102

California
United States

An open invitation to a lecture on U.S. Japan relations, hosted by the Consulate General of Japan and the Nibei Foundation.  More information below.

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On Wednesday, June 2, 2010, the Consulate General of Japan and Nibei Foundation will sponsor a lecture and Q&A session with Dr. Chikako Ueki,  Professor of International Relations, Graduate School of Asia-Pacfic Studies, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.

The U.S. – Japan Alliance at 50: Achievements and Challenges

Location:         Nibei Foundation (11570 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064 – parking available onsite)

Time:               6:15 p.m.

Please feel free to forward this to anyone who may be interested.  This event is free, but requires advance registration.  Kindly RSVP by Friday, May 28, 2010 , by replying to this email address (info@la-cgjapan.org ) or calling Ms. Jean Do at 213.617.6700x338. 


Dr. Ueki teaches “International Security” and “International Relations and Security in East Asia.” At Waseda University, she leads a program on Political Integration at the Global Institute for Asian Regional Integration (GIARI) and research projects on Security Studies at the Institute for Asia-pacific Studies (WIASP) and at the Organization for Japan—U.S. Studies (WOJUSS). She served as a member of the Prime Minister’s Council on Security and Defense Capabilities in 2009.  Dr. Ueki earned her doctorate in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her thesis, “The Rise of ‘China Threat’ Arguments,” received the Lucian Pye Award for Best Dissertation in Political Science.

 

cshikai . Last modified Jul 09, 2010 12:14 p.m.


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