Council Leader Tosh Minohara, Professor of U.S.-Japan Relations at the Graduate School of Law at Kobe University, will speak in San Diego on June 22 at an event titled, "East Asian Geopolitics in the Pacific Century."
The talk will feature two panels and a reception. The first panel, called "The Role of Japan and its Allies/Regional Partners in Maintaining Peace and Stability in Asia," will explore how the United States and Asia maintain regional stability in the face of China's rapid expansion. Professor Minohara will moderate the first panel. The second panel, titled "Road to the Pacific War in Recent Historiography," will discuss the events that led to Japan to enter WWII.
To learn more about the event and to register, please visit the event webpage.
You can also download the event flier by clicking the image below.