Date : May 9, 2016
Video Report: Current and Future Anti-Terrorism Measures in Japan (Prof. Shirou Kawamoto, Nihon University)
post date : 2016.05.10
With international cooperation in response to the threat of terrorism being a growing issue, coupled with Japan hosting the G7 Ise-Shima Summit this month and the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020, there is increased interest in Japan’s anti-terrorism measures and in what measures it should take in cooperation with international society.
The FPCJ invited Professor Shirou Kawamoto, from the College of Risk Management at Nihon University, to speak about this topic. Professor Kawamoto is an expert on anti-terrorism and trends in international terrorism who previously worked at the Security Bureau of the National Police Agency and other institutions, and researched international anti-terrorism and risk management at the Council for Public Policy.
The briefing had a total of 34 participants, including 12 journalists from China, USA, France, etc., and 11 embassy representatives.
Distributed Material: 1. Current and Future Anti-Terrorism Measures in Japan
Date: May 9 (Mon), 2016
Briefer: Professor Shirou Kawamoto, College of Risk Management, Nihon University
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