Japan’s Role In UN Peacebuilding Efforts: Prospects For Cooperation With The United States

At the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two, Japan stands at an important juncture to reflect on its postwar development as a peace-loving nation. As Japan reaffirms its pledge to continue its contributions to international peace, the year 2015 presents an opportune time to reflect on Japan’s efforts in peacebuilding through the United Nations. Speaking upon their personal experience and expertise, Dr. Toshiya Hoshino (Osaka University) and Yuji Uesugi (Waseda University) will speak on the evolution of Japan’s engagement in the UN, its achievements and challenges, and the prospects for continued cooperation with the United State.

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