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  • The 16th SSDP discussion session was held on February 6. Toru Ito, Associate Professor at The National Defense Academy of Japan, gave a lecture on "The Modi's Diplomatic Policy in the Indian Diplomatic Policies". Koji Kobayashi, Senior Research Fellow of the Mizuho Research Institute gave a lecture on "Current State and Prospect of India's Economy and the Economic Policy"
  • The 15th SSDP discussion session was held on February 4. Chiharu Takenaka, Professor of Rikkyo University gave a lecture on Dynamics of Indian Politics and the 2019 General Elections. Matake Kamiya, Professor at The National Defense Academy of Japan also gave a lecture on "Cooperative Strategy" to Realize "Competitive Strategy"--- The composite structure of Japan's "Free and Open Indo-Pacific" strategy (vision) ---.
  • The 14th SSDP discussion session was held on November 9. Tsuneo Watanabe, Senior Fellow of Sasakawa Peace Foundation, gave a lecture on "US Midterm Election and following policies". Professor Akihiko Tamura, Professor of the GRIPS gave a lecture on "Current Status and Issues of International Trade Order"
  • The 13th SSDP discussion session was held on November 7. Ryo Sahashi, Professor, Kanagawa University, gave a lecture on "Sino-US Confrontation and Japan". Takashi Sekiyama, professor of Toyo University, also gave a lecture on "Prospect of the Sino-US Trade War".
  • The 12th SSDP discussion session was held on September 27. Motoshige Ito, Professor Gakusyuin University gave a lecture on "Internal and External Economic Problems Japan is Facing". Professor Kazumasa Oguro also gave a supplementary explanation on social security reforms.
  • The 11th SSDP discussion session was held on June 18 to discuss " North Korea's problem after the historical US-North Korea Summit Meeting ".
  • Yuichi Hosoya, Professor of the Keio University, gave a lecture on "The EU States and Russia over North Korea Issues- Expansion of Influence through Diplomacy: Attempts and Limitations -".
  • Junya Nishino, Professor of the Keio University, gave a lecture on "Evaluation of the US-North Korea Summit Meeting and the Future Prospects".
  • The 10th SSDP discussion session was held on June 14 to discuss " North Korea's problem after the historical US-North Korea Summit Meeting".
  • Tsuneo Watanabe, Senior Fellow of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation provided a lecture on "US North Korea policy affected by personnel changes in the Trump administration".
  • Shin Kawashima, Professor of the Tokyo University gave a lecture on "China-North Korea relationship under Xi Jinping".
  • Nobuo Shimotomai, Professor of the Hosei University explained "North Korean Denuclearization and Russia".
  • The 2nd Japan-Philippines Strategic Dialogue was held in Tokyo on March 10 to discuss politics, economy, security and domestic affairs of both countries.
  • The 9th SSDP discussion session was held on February 16. Masahiro Akiyama, Chairman of the SSDP gave a lecture on " The Network Hegemony Theory for a Security Architecture in The Asia Pacific Region ".
  • The 8th SSDP discussion session was held on December18. TANAKA, Koichiro Professor, Keio University gave a lecture "Destabilized Middle East".
  • The 7th SSDP discussion session was held on October 9. Bonji Ohara, Senior Research Fellow, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation gave a lecture "19th CCP National Congress".
  • A special session was held on October 8. Ezra, F, Vogel, Emeritus Professor, Harvard University provided a lecture on "Problems in Sino-Japanese Relations, 1992-2042".
  • The 6th SSDP discussion session was held on September 28. KAWAGUCI, Yoriko, Former Foreign Minister provided a lecture on the Future of the Asia-Pacific Region.
  • A special session was held on September 19. HIROSE,Takako, Professor, Senshu University discussed a New Trend in India's Foreign Policy and Japan. Her article was posted on the SSDP website in October.
  • The 5th SSDP discussion session was held on July 20. Takashi SEKIYAMA, Ph.D., Toyo University made a lecture on the outlook of China's economy and a mutual interaction between economic interdependence and political relations. His proposal article is posted on the SSDP website in August.
  • A special discussion session was held on June 30. Dr. Yuichi Hosoya, Professor of Keio University made a lecture on the Prospect of European Politics and the Implication on Japan"s Diplomacy.
  • The 4 th SSDP discussion session was held on May 31. The SSDP invited Dr. Shin Kawashima, Professor of the University of Tokyo, to discuss "the two big powers, the US and China, and the influence on Japan's diplomacy". His proposal article is posted on the SSDP website in June.
  • The Japan-Taiwan Strategic Dialogue was held in Taipei on May 15.
  • The Japan-Philippines Strategic Dialogue was held in Manila on January 31. The discussion summary was posted on the SSDP homepage in topics.
  • The third SSDP discussion session was held on January 23, 2017. The SSDP invited Dr. Motoshige Ito to discuss the Abenomics and Trump Administration. His proposal article entitled "Economic Influences of the Trump Administration" was posted on the SSDP website in Murch.
  • The SSDP website was officially launched on December 20, 2016. Professor Masao Okonogi's "A Review of Japan's North Korea Policy-- - How should she address the divided state's nuclear armament?" and Ippeita Nishida's "Widening Security Task: Will SDF do the Job?" are posted on the website..
  • The second SSDP discussion session was held on December 7, 2016. The SSDP invited Dr. Tsuneo Watanabe to discuss the presidential election in the United States and security policy of the incoming Trump administration.
  • On November 26, 2016, an article by Professor Masao Okonogi, titled "A Review of Japan's North Korea Policy-- - How should she address the divided state's nuclear armament?", was posted on the website of the Kajima Institute for International Peace.
  • The first SSDP discussion session was held on October 14, 2016. The SSDP invited Professor Masao Okonogi to discuss the Korean Peninsula issues.
  • Research Project "Society of Security and Diplomatic Policy Studies" is launched with the backing of the Kajima Institute for International Peace (Nobuyuki Hiraizumi, President) in October, 2016.
  • Society of Security and Diplomatic Policy Studies (SSDP) was founded by Akiyama Associates (Masahiro Akiyama, President) in October, 2016.
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