The US-Japan Security Alliance: Past and Present
The Stanford Club of Philadelphia invites the members of the Harvard & Yale Clubs of Philadelphia for an “Umami” lunch and talk by Fred Dickinson, Professor of Japanese History at the University of Pennsylvania, on the fascinating evolution of the U.S. Security Alliance, the cornerstone of the U.S. security policy in East Asia for over seven decades.
Concluded in 1951 following the traumatic Pacific War, the alliance has strengthened over the last seventy years and, at the same time, remained a source of controversy in Japan. Professor Dickinson will discuss how Tokyo went from being a reluctant partner in the 1950s to becoming the principal architect of American national security policy in the twenty-first-century Pacific. He will also demonstrate how the evolution of the alliance challenges mainstream American notions of an “American Century,” a “Cold War” and the origins of a “Second Cold War.”
About the Speaker: Frederick R. Dickinson is Professor of Japanese History, director of the Center for East Asian Studies and co-director of the Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies. Born in Tokyo and raised in Kanazawa and Kyoto, Japan, he teaches courses on modern Japan and empire and nation in modern East Asia. He holds an M.A. in International Politics from Kyoto University and an M.A. and Ph.D. in History from Yale University.
Location: Umami Steak & Sushi Bar, 727 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
Date & Time: Saturday, October 28th from 11:30am-2:00pm
Cost: $45 p.p
Reserve your ticket early! Space is limited 12 (not including Stanford & Yale Club Members).
Registration closes 10/22.
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Organized by: Stanford Club of Philadelphia.
11:30AM - 2:00PM Sat 28 Oct 2023, Eastern timezone
Umami Steak & Sushi Bar
727 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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