[Special Lecture Series for Members] The World after the Ukraine Crisis: Is There a Prescription for a Divided World?

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  • Speaker: Ken JIMBO (Managing Director of I-House; Professor of Keio University)
  • Date: Monday, August 22, 7:00-9:00 pm (reception included)
  • Venue: Iwasaki Koyata Memorial Hall
  • Language: Japanese (without interpretation)
  • Admission: 3,000 yen/person (reservations required)
        *This event is exclusively for I-House members.


    • Established just after World War II, I-House has worked to improve international relations and build peace in the world. While the international order is rapidly destabilized, what can I-House do for today’s world? Dr. Ken Jimbo, who is known as an energetic scholar of international politics and has been appointed I-House Managing Director in charge of Programs following its recent merger with Asia Pacific Initiative (API), will shed light on this world that has become increasingly complex and difficult. Together, we will consider how we should confront this challenge. A Q&A session and reception will follow the lecture. Please join us.

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      Ken JIMBO (Professor, Keio University; Managing Director and API President, I-House)
      JIMBO Ken is Professor at the Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University. He served as a Special Advisor to the Minister of Defense, Japan Ministry of Defense (2020) and a Senior Advisor, The National Security Secretariat (2018-20).
      His main research fields are in International Security, Japan-US Security Relations, Japanese Foreign and Defense Policy, Multilateral Security in Asia-Pacific, and Regionalism in East Asia. He has been a policy advisor for various Japanese governmental commissions and research groups including for the National Security Secretariat, the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His policy writings have appeared in NBR, The RAND Corporation, Stimson Center, Pacific Forum CSIS, Japan Times, Nikkei, Yomiuri, Asahi and Sankei Shimbun.

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