Distinguished specialists on Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and U.S.-Northeast Asian relations discussed the persistent challenges that have and continue to impact the region at a special JUMP event held at the National War College on November 29. This was followed by dinner and a reception .
The event was hosted by the Japan-America Society of Washington D.C., the National War College, and JUMP with support from Sasakawa USA, the National Association of Japan-America Societies, and the Embassy of Japan in the United States.
The National War College Alumni Association, founded in 1979, works to organize forums and seminars across the nation as it strives to helps its alumni grow their knowledge in military strategy and U.S. policy. The National War College Alumni Association is an active organization of graduates, faculty. and staff. The objectives of the Association are first, to foster continued interest in the work of the College, and second, to maintain and strengthen among the friendships and mutual understandings developed while attending the College.”
Vice Admiral Frederick J. Roegge, President, National Defense University
Major General Yoshiki Adachi, Defense and Military Attaché, Embassy of Japan in the United States,
Ambassador James Zumwalt, CEO, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
Dr. Cynthia Watson, Dean of Faculty, National War College
Gregory B. Poling, Director, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Ambassador David B. Shear, Senior Advisor, McLarty Associates
Dr. Bernard Cole, Professor Emeritus, National War College
Yuki Tatsumi, Co-Director, Stimson Center
Lieutenant General (Ret) Wallace Gregson, Jr, Senior Advisor, Avascent Global Advisors
Roosevelt Hall 4:30 – 8:00 PM
National War College, National Defense University
Fort Lesley J. McNair
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