The Far East in the Middle East: Outside-In & Inside-Out Perspectives
CISTP Lecture Series and Luncheon "The Far East in the Middle East: Outside-In & Inside-Out Perspectives" featuring four speakers: Ambassador Shoji Ogawa (Japanese Ambassador to Iraq), Professor David Tal (Visiting Professor - Emory University), Professor John Garver (Professor - Georgia Tech), and Professor Adam Stulberg (Associate Professor - Georgia Tech).
This program is generously supported by the General Ray Davis Endowment Fund.
His Excellency Shoji Ogawa is Japanese Ambassador to Iraq and immediate past Consul General of Japan for the Southeast United States. Discussion topic: 'Japan's role and policies to achieve a stable Middle East, including Iraq, 1990 - 2008'
Dr. David Tal is Visiting Professor in the Department of History at Emory University. Discussion topic: 'Asian powers in the Middle East: a view from the region'
Dr. John Garver is Professor at The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech. Discussion topic: 'China's policies toward the Iran and Iraq crises'
Dr. Adam Stulberg, panel moderator, is Associate Professor at The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech.
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