Date : May 25, 2015
Video Report (Press Briefing): The Future of Order in the Asia Pacific Region, and Japan’s Role (May 25, 2015)
post date : 2015.05.28
On April 24, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ study group on “Order in the Asia-Pacific Region in 20 Years and the Role of Japan” released a report. The study group consists of seven young researchers, and the report covered six topics including “China and Taiwan,” “The ROK and DPRK,” “Japan-US Relations,” “The Asia-Pacific Region,” “The Security Environment in East Asia,” and “Globalization and Japan.” The report considered future situations, including those that would be desirable for Japan and those that would be undesirable, and examined what mid- to long-term strategy Japan should take.
The FPCJ invited Dr. Yuichi Hosoya, a professor at the Keio University Faculty of Law who was the head of the study group, to discuss the report.
The briefing had a total of 31 participants, including thirteen journalists from China, South Korea, France, Germany, the UK and the US, and twelve embassy representatives.
Dr. Yuichi Hosoya, Professor, Keio University Faculty of Law