H-Net's Network on U.S. - Japan relations



H-US-Japan is an edited, international, nonpartisan network that provides scholars, graduate students, politicians, journalists, policy-makers, researchers, professionals, and others a free daily forum to discuss US-Japan relations in the context of economic, security, political, and diplomatic issues. The primary purpose for H-US-Japan is to enable researchers of US-Japan relations to exchange opinions about the significance of current affairs and historical events of Japan-US relations in depth, to discuss new articles, books, papers, approaches, methods and tools of analysis, and to test new ideas and share comments and tips on teaching.

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Looking to meet scholars in Miami area (19-30 March)

My name is Yone Sugita. I will be a visiting scholar at Florida
International University from 19 to 30 March 2014. I will give a talk at
FIU on 25 and 27. I am more than happy to have a chat with or meet
scholars in Miami area during my stay.

Here is a list of my current research topics:

1. Japanese health insurance in the context of Japan?s status in the world
1920s - 1950s

2. Japanese foreign and security policies in the wake of 9.11

3. Japanese foreign and security policies during the Allied Occupation

4.  Should Japan Revise Article Nine?

5. How Japanese Behaviors on Food Have Shaped Symbiotic Sino-Japanese

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H-US-Japan is H-Net's Network on U.S. – Japan relations.

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