The Japan Institute for International Affairs' Ambassador Yukio Satoh moderates a discussion of the global issues that affect the bilateral U.S.-Japan relationship. The panel featured Nobushige Takamizawa of Japan's Ministry of Defense, Koji Murata of Doshisha University, Patrick Cronin of CNAS, and Michael Green of CSIS.
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