"Tokyo Conference 2017" Public Forum (March 4, 2017)


The Genron NPO will launch an international discussion platform the “Tokyo Conference” on March 4, to discuss the future of the international system, the values of liberalism and democracy underlie the international liberal order, with the heads of prominent international think tanks from ten major democratic countries.                        →Event Details and RSVP

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"Tokyo Conference 2017" Public Forum (March 4, 2017)


Debating liberalism, democracy and the future of world order with the heads of international think tanks from ten countries 
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"Tokyo Conference" -The Future of Democracy, Liberalism, and World Order
Date: March 4 (Sat.)
Time: 1:30pm-6:00pm JST =================================================================

"Tokyo Conference" 
 Program
   1:30pm - 1:45pm Opening Remarks 
   1:45pm - 3:30pm Session 1 "Populism and the Future of Democracy"
           Keynote Speaker: Shinsuke Sugiyama, Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs 
   3:40pm-5:25pm   Session 2 "Trump Administration and the Future of International System"
           Keynote Speaker: Masatsugu Asakawa,
                       Vice-Minister of Finance for International Affairs
   5:25pm-5:35pm   Announcement of appeal to the 2017 G7 Summit
   5:35pm-5:55pm   Special Remarks
           Fumio Kishida, Minister of Foreign Affairs
   5:55pm-6:00pm   Closing Remarks                  →Event Details and RSVP






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