On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, JUMP hosted a seminar, “The U.S.-Japan Alliance and Security in the Indo-Pacific Region,” in cooperation with the Japan America Society of Washington, D.C. The event was held in Roosevelt Hall of the National War College on Fort McNair.
Distinguished specialists on Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, Southeast Asia, and the U.S.-Japan Alliance discussed U.S.-Japan defense contingencies that impact U.S. forward deployed forces and regional relationships. A reception with heavy hors d’œuvres followed. We’ve published a gallery of images from the event here.
– Rear Admiral Cedric Pringle, U.S. Navy Commandant, National War College
– Major General Yoshiki Adachi, Defense & Military Attaché, Embassy of Japan
– Dr. Cynthia Watson, Dean of Faculty & Academics, National War College
– Ms. Emma Chanlett-Avery, Congressional Research Service
– AMB Mark Lippert, Boeing International
– Ms. Bonnie Glaser, Center for Strategic & International Studies
– Mr. Chris Johnstone, Office of the Secretary of Defense
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