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Luncheon Seminar with Mr. Glen S. Fukushima,
Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
“The Trump Administration: A One-Year Review” 

1.18(Thu)<br>Luncheon Seminar with Mr. Glen S. Fukushima,<br>Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress<br>“The Trump Administration:  A One-Year Review”

For our upcoming luncheon seminar, our guest speaker will be Mr. Glen S. Fukushima, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress, based in Washington, D.C.

President Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as America’s 45th president on January 20, 2017. He came to office in an upset victory that shocked most experts, who had assumed that Hillary Clinton would win the election. He is a president unique in having assumed office without any experience in politics, policy, government, the military, or Washington, D.C.

What has President Trump achieved and not achieved in his first year in office? What implications does this have for the remainder of his administration, and for the future of America and its role in the world?
Mr. Fukushima, a leading expert on U.S.-Asia relations with experience in academia, law, government, and business, will assess the first year of the Trump Administration and prospects for the future.

Glen S. Fukushima is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, a Washington, D.C. think tank. After practicing law, he served as Director for Japanese Affairs (1985-88) and Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Japan and China (1988-1990) at USTR (Office of the U.S. Trade Representative), Executive Office of the President. From 1990-2012, he was based in Asia as a senior executive leading one European and four American multinational corporations and was twice elected President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations and of the Global Council of the Asia Society, his book “The Politics of U.S.-Japan Economic Friction” won the 9th Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize in 1993. A native of California, he was educated at Stanford, Harvard, Keio, and Tokyo University.

Date January 18, 2018
Time 12:00noon-1:30pm
Fee ¥7,000 per person (Lunch, seminar)

* Drinks not included.
* Cash payment required.
* Meal service after the seminar will not be provided.
* The event will be in Japanese ONLY.
* Families of Club Members are welcome to attend this event.

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