Japan in Asia
Asia now faces many challenges, through which Japan is navigating its own path. On October 11, the Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies (CNAPS) at Brookings hosted Ichiro Fujisaki, ambassador of Japan to the United States, for an address on the roles that Japan is likely to seek within Asia as it responds to these challenges.
Senior Fellow Richard Bush, director of CNAPS, provided introductory remarks. Brookings Senior Fellow Mireya Solís, the Philip Knight chair in Japan Studies, moderated the discussion.
After the program, Ambassador Fujisaki took audience questions.
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