Center for American Progress

: Toward a More Balanced Foreign Policy for Japan: A Conversation With Opposition Leader Kenta Izumi
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Toward a More Balanced Foreign Policy for Japan: A Conversation With Opposition Leader Kenta Izumi

On Tuesday, March 22, please join the Center for American Progress for a public address by Kenta Izumi, the leader of the Constitutional Democratic Party (CDP), Japan’s leading opposition party, on his vision for Japan’s place in a rapidly changing world.

Audio in Japanese

Japan is in the midst of a widening debate over its foreign and security policies as the Asian security environment shifts. On Tuesday, March 22, please join the Center for American Progress for a public address by Kenta Izumi, the leader of the Constitutional Democratic Party (CDP), Japan’s leading opposition party, on his vision for Japan’s place in a rapidly changing world.

The speakers at this event will be speaking in both Japanese and English. Simultaneous audio translation will be provided. Closed captioning in English will also be provided.

English overdub

Distinguished speaker:
Kenta Izumi, Leader, Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan

Moderator:
Tobias Harris, Senior Fellow for Asia, Center for American Progress

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