Special lecture featuring U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel
March 20, 2023
|Intended for||General public / Enrolled students / Applying students / International students / Alumni / Companies / University students / Academic and Administrative Staff|
|Date(s)||March 27, 2023 10:00 — 11:15|
|Location||Komaba Area Campus|
ENEOS Hall, RCAST, Komaba II Research Campus, The University of Tokyo
|Entrance Fee||No charge|
|Registration Method||Advance registration required
Please register in advance (*Registration Deadline : Wednesday, March 22, 2023) Registration Form
|Registration Period||March 20, 2023 — March 22, 2023|
The Economic Security Program team from Rule-making Strategies Division, RCAST, The University of Tokyo
Lecture featuring Amb. Rahm Emanuel on March 27: “U.S.-Japan Alliance and Economic Security: Promoting an Anti-Coercion Coalition”
The Economic Security Program at the Rule-making Strategies Division of Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) will host a lecture featuring Rahm Emanuel, U.S. Ambassador to Japan.
Japanese and English (Lectures will be given in English, but simultaneous interpretation will be provided for those who need it).
Cooperation in U.S.-Japan relations has progressed in a variety of areas, not limited to the field of security but including diplomacy, economics and values.
In furthering the relationship, the Economic Security Program of the Rule-making Strategies Division at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) will host a symposium on the U.S.-Japan alliance and economic security, welcoming Rahm Emanuel, U.S. Ambassador to Japan. Amb. Emanuel's keynote speech will focus on “economic coercion,” which is expected to be one of the key themes at the G7 meeting in May 2023.
He will also discuss with Mr. Akira Igata, Project Lecturer at RCAST, how cooperation can be possible to address economic and security challenges facing the U.S. and Japan, including responses to “economic coercion.”
If you would like to attend, please sign up through the registration form below.
Please note that if there are a large number of applicants, participants may be selected through a lottery. The results will be sent by email on Thursday, March 23.
Those who were not chosen in the lottery will be placed on a waiting list and will be contacted as soon as seats become available.
- *It will be prohibited to bring dangerous materials to the event and to eat and drink in the venue, etc. Please note that participants will need to follow our instructions on the day.
- *Please make sure to bring your photo ID (e.g., student card, driver’s license, etc.) on the day of the event for us to confirm your identity. For security reasons, we may decline those whose identity we cannot confirm.
- *Please do not come if you have a fever on the day of the event.
- *If an interpretation device is lost or damaged, you may be asked to pay for the damage. Please be sure to return it when you leave.