Keio University Vice President Naoyuki Agawa reprises his role as moderator for the second session of the first day of the conference on the U.S.-Japan alliance. The second panel focuses on the history of the alliance and featured Akira Iriye of Harvard University, Makoto Iokibe of the National Defense Academy of Japan, Ronald Spector of George Washington University, and James Przystup of National Defense University.
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