Please join the Indiana Council on World Affairs on Wednesday, March 7th (note date change from March 15th) for a very special ICWA program featuring Kuni Miyake (President Foreign Policy Institue-Japan) & David Shear. (former US ambassador to Vietnam). Mr. Miyake will be flying in from Japan and Mr. Shear from Washington D.C. Their topic will be “Where Goes the Neighborhood: Japan and the Rise of Asia”.
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Kuni Miyake, will be coming directly from a national broadcast in Tokyo; and the other, David Shear, former Ambassador to Vietnam, will be traveling from Washington, D.C.
The Indiana Council on World Affairs in partnership with the Japan-America Society of Indiana is offering this special “Japan Update” sponsored by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation and the National Association of Japan-America Societies.
This certainly will be a lively conversation between these two well-known career diplomats who have both served in their respective countries’ foreign services for peace in Asia.
Kuni Miyake, President, Foreign Policy Institute, Tokyo, Japan, and former diplomat in Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and service in Prime Minister Shinzō Abe’s office.
David Shear, Chairman, National Association of Japan-America Societies, Washington, D.C., USA, and former U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam.
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We’ll see you there!
When: March 7, 2018, Wednesday (Note the Date change from March 15th)
Time: Come for Dinner and the Moderated Discussion
Or, just come just for the Talk at 7:00 pm
[Check-in after 6:45 pm]
Where: The Willows on Westfield, Broad Ripple,
6729 Westfield Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46220.