The 7th SanKaïBi LECTURE MEETING 
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■The 7th

『Japan's future in a world under attack by Trump and Kim』

SPEAKER : BILL EMMOTT ( JOURNALIST, WRITER )

DEC 1 (FRI) 18:00~
TOKYO CITY AIR TERMINAL 1F, T-CAT HALL
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   42-1 HAKOZAKI-CHO, NIHONBASHI, CHUO-KU, TOKYO
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The world of prosperous stable democracies has been built by following a combination of openness and equality, protected by the international law, treaties and alliances that were built by the United States after 1945. This world, which can be called "the West" has become challenged by poor economic performance since the 2008 global financial crisis and by anger about inequality. Now, however, it is being challenged even more by the desire of President Donald Trump to destroy or weaken many of the international agreements that protected it, and by the unsolvable problem of how to respond to a nuclear-armed North Korea. What might the future hold? What can Japan do in this situation to protect its security, stability and future prosperity?

Biography BILL EMMOTT

Bill Emmott is a journalist and writer best known for his 13 years as editor-in-chief of the world's leading publication on current affairs, The Economist, and for his books on Japan as well as international relations and economics. He is a member of Tokyo University's global advisory board and a visiting professor at Shujitsu University in Okayama.

 
Bill_Emmott 氏

His most famous book was "Hiwa Mata Shizumu" (The Sun Also Sets) published in 1989 in English and 1990 in Japanese. His latest book, published in Japanese in July, is called "Seiyo no Owari" (The Fate of the West). He is now a visiting fellow at All Souls College, Oxford University, where he is working on two new books about Japan.

 

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