Expert Speaks on the Future of Japan

By Rachel Weight

kohara.jpgDr. Masahiro Kohara, the Deputy Consul General of Japan in Los Angeles, will be presenting a lecture on “Japanese Foreign Policy in East Asia” Thursday, February 22, at noon at room 2252 in UCSB’s Humanities and Social Sciences Building. While still dealing with the remnants of the Cold War, Japan and East Asian countries are creating a dynamic space, generating both opportunities and challenges regionally and internationally. Dr. Kohara’s lecture will focus Japan’s future foreign policy goals and how it can viably achieve them, as well as the future of the US-Japan relationship.

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