The U.S.-Japan Alliance & Security in the Indo-Pacific Region

Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Roosevelt Hall 5:45 – 9:00 PM
National War College, National Defense University

Register here.

Attendees without Federal Government-Issued ID or CAC Cards must fill out the Visitors Request form and scan/email it to alumni@nationalwarcollege.org

The deadline to register online and submit the form is Oct. 21, 2019. 

Distinguished specialists on Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and Southeast Asia will discuss the U.S.-Japan Alliance and its role ensuring stability in today’s Asia. This program is presented in partnership with Sasakawa Peace Foundation USAJapan-U.S. Military Program (JUMP), the National War College Alumni Association, the Embassy of Japan in the United States of America, and the National Association of Japan-America Societies. Dinner and reception will follow.

Attire is business coat & tie. Please note that for guests without a Federal Government-Issued ID or CAC Card, your name must be on the invite list and you must have a government-issued ID to enter Fort McNair. Taxis or ride shares (Uber, Lyft) are not allowed into the fort. For guests with a CAC card, please show your card at the gate.

Speakers

Welcoming Remarks
Rear Admiral Cedric Pringle
U.S. Navy Commandant 
National War College

Major General Yoshiki Adachi
Defense & Military Attaché
Embassy of Japan

Panelists
Ms. Emma Chanlett-Avery
Congressional Research Service

AMB Mark Lippert 
Boeing International

Ms. Bonnie Glaser
Center for Strategic & International Studies

Mr. Chris Johnstone
Office of the Secretary of Defense

Moderator
Dr. Cynthia Watson
Dean of Faculty & Academics
National War College