Japan's Foreign Policy Today and the
70th Anniversary of the End of WW II
Teachers of World History, International Relations, American History -
- Japan's foreign policy is on the edge of major change
- Japan is America's important ally in the Pacific
- Discuss Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's State Visit to the U.S. April 28, 2015
Final Top Ten Presentation Open Today!
Join us to learn more about this pivotal moment for the Pacific in this 50 minute presentation by renown specialist on Japan, Gerald L. Curtis, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science; Director, Toyota Research Program, Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University; Senior Research Fellow at the Tokyo Foundation
Our Top Ten Series
Each program runs 30 to 60 minutes and delivers content and context on East Asia today. Other programs available:
with Charles Armstrong
JAPAN in the Early 21st Century
with Carol Gluck
CHINA in the 21st Century
with Lu Xiaobo
with Duncan McCargo
with Gray Tuttle
with Robert Barnett
JAPAN'S FOREIGN POLICY TODAY
with Gerald L. Curtis
How to Participate
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The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) is generously funded by the Freeman Foundation as a multi-year initiative to encourage and facilitate teaching and learning about East Asia in elementary and secondary schools nationwide.
NCTA is a premier provider of professional development on East Asia. Asia for Educators (AFE) receives funding from the U.S. Department of Education and from the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.
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Japan's Foreign Policy Today