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2017/01/08 [ Democracy ]

NEW YEAR GREETING
What's on the agenda for 2017

Yasushi Kudo, President, The Genron NPO January 1, 2017 It gives me great pleasure to convey my New Year's message to you as president of The Genron NPO. We are grateful for the cooperation and support you have extended to our various initiatives launched in 2016. 2017 has just begun. I believe tha...


2016/11/29 [ Japan-US Relation ]

Opinion
Global Perspectives:
Rapid Reactions to U.S. Election Results
By Yasushi Kudo, President of The Genron NPO

This articile was originally published by the Council of Foreign Relations as GLOBAL MEMO "Global Perspectives: Rapid Reactions to U.S. Election Results." Yasushi Kudo, President of The Genron NPO Under President-Elect Donald Trump, the United States is still expected to take the lead addressing glo...


2016/11/28 [ Democracy ]

GENRON NPO 15th ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION
Kudo expresses determination to create venues
for multilateral debate on global issues

read more GENRON NPO 15TH ANNIVERSARY FORUM "Scholars warn of spread of populist trends in wake of U.S. presidential election" The Genron NPO held a reception at Hotel Okura Tokyo on Nov. 21 to mark the 15th anniversary of its founding, drawing some 200 dignitaries and supporters from all quarters...


2016/11/28 [ Democracy ]

GENRON NPO 15TH ANNIVERSARY FORUM
Scholars warn of spread of populist trends
in wake of U.S. presidential election

Five opinion leaders from the United States, Canada, Germany and Indonesia exchanged views on Donald Trump's surprise win in the U.S. presidential election and the future of democracy in general, at a Tokyo forum Nov. 21. The forum was organized to observe the 15th anniversary of The Genron NPO, a ...


2016/07/13 [ EU ]

Round-table discussion
Experts foresee tough road ahead
for Britain's planned EU exit

⇒ Read the result of the survey about Brexit (Japanese only) Britain faces a difficult path on its way out of the European Union in accordance with its controversial decision in a recent referendum, according to noted Japanese researchers. Britain's planned exit from the EU itself may be possible, ...


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