The 2nd Kansai Forum for Japan-U.S. Intellectual Exchange
Date: April 23, 2021 Time: 19:00-20:30 （JST)
Speaker: Dr. KIM Saeduk, Ph.D.
Professor, Faculty of Tourism, Osaka University of Tourism
Advisory Committee Member of President of Republic of Korea
Venue: No. 6 Room, OSAKA CITY CENTRAL PUBLIC HALL (TEL: +81-6-6208-2002)
Online: The ZOOM URL will be sent to the registered Email address by April 22, 2021.
Relations between Japan, the United States, and the Republic of Korea after COVID-19
The U.S. administration, led by President Joe Biden, inaugurated in January 2021, has repeatedly insisted on the importance of cooperation between Japan, the United States, and the Republic of Korea (South Korea.) He desires to reinforce the alliance weakened by the Trump administration and prepare for a kind of threat by North Korea and China. His expectation, however, will not realize as long as the deteriorated relation between Japan and South Korea. What kind of strategy does the United States have for the Asia-Pacific area, and how do Japan and South Korea react to it?
Dr. KIM Saeduk, PhD.
Birthday:20 January 1970 (51)
March 2005 , Ph.D. (Political Science), Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kobe University
March 2001, Master's degree (Policy Studies), Graduate School of Policy Studies, Kwansei Gakuin University
April 2018 - Present Professor, Faculty of Tourism, Osaka University of Tourism
April 2015 - March 2018 Professor, Graduate School of Education, Ashiya University
April 2015 - March 2018 Professor, Faculty of Clinical Education, Ashiya University
March 2011 - March 2015 Associate Professor, Faculty of Clinical Education, Ashiya University
April 2005 - March 2009 Part-time lecturer, Ashiya University (Political Science, Korean Language)
2014 - Present Advisory Committee Member of President of Republic of Korea
April 2017 - March 2018 Dean, Japanese Language School, Ashiya University,
April 2015 – March 2018 Director, International Exchange Center, Ashiya University
SATO Akiko, Professor, Department of Cross-Cultural Studies, Osaka University of Tourism5-3-1, Okubo Minami, Kumatori-cho, Sennan-gun, Osaka Prefecture, #590-0493, Japan