2017
* "KKC Japan Study Tour for North American Social Studies Teachers"
* ”The Trump Administration and U.S.-Japan Relations”
2016
* "KKC Japan Study Tour for North American Social Studies Teachers"
* "Japan-US Relations and China: Prospects for Constructive Cooperation"
2015
* "Innovation and Governance into the Future - To Upgrade Corporate Social Value"
* KKC Fellowships Program for Social Studies Educators
2014
* Symposium "Where is the U.S.A. going? - the U.S.A. in 2025" - Invitation Program for U.S. Think Tank Researchers
* Development Potential and Challenges of Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar from the Viewpoint of the Supply Chain
* KKC Fellowships Program for Social Studies Educators
* "Corporate Competitiveness in Global Perspective" - Invitation Program for U.S. Business School Professors
* "Korea, its Industries and Corporations in Global Economy" - Invitation Program for Korean Scholars
* The Basic Positions and Background of ASEAN Countries Towards the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
2013
* Symposium "Germany in Europe Today" - Invitation Program for German Journalists
* Symposium "Where is the U.S.A. going? - Pictures of the U.S.A. in 2025" - Invitation Program for US Think Tankers
* "Europe, Euro Zone and UK - their direction and implications for Japan" - Invitation Program for British Journalists
* "What are the Opportunities, Threats, and Competition for Japanese Companies Doing Business in India" - Invitation Program for Indian Journalists
* KKC Fellowship Program for Social Studies Educators
* "Corporate Competitiveness in Global Economy" - Invitation Program for U.S. Business School Professors
* "Learning from experts in Myanmar -Economic and Political Reforms-" - Invitation Program for Myanmar Opinion Leaders
* "Korea, its Industries and Corporations in Global Economy" - Invitation Program for Korean Scholars

KKC Japan Study Tour for North American Social Studies Teachers

About the Keizai Koho Center Japan Study Tour: http://www.kkc.or.jp/english/fellowship/

Date: June 27-July 6, 2016
Place: Tokyo, Kyoto
Participants: Arpan Chokshi Hinsdale Central High School, Hinsdale, Illinois
Cindy Downing South County Middle School, Lorton, Virginia
Robert Jardine Blaine Lake Composite School, Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
Aaron Levesque Pinkerton Academy, Derry, New Hampshire
Amber Lewis Kearney High School, Kearney, Nebraska
Christopher Spaman Williamstown High School, Williamstown, New Jersey
Casey Siddons Argyle Magnet Middle School, Silver Spring, Maryland
Bryan Wallace Cambridge High School, Milton, Georgia
Melanie Werner Seymour Middle School, Seymour, Tennessee
Jennifer West Park Hill High School, Kansas City, Missouri
Symposium
  Theme: "Challenges of U.S.-Japan People-to-People Exchange”
  Date: July 6, 2016
  Guest
  Speakers:
Yukari Kato, Executive Vice President, Ryugaku Journal Inc.
Kazuo Kuroda, Professor, Waseda University
Matthew S. Sussman, Executive Director, The Japan-United States Educational Commission (Fulbright Japan)
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"Japan-US Relations and China: Prospects for Constructive Cooperation"
Symposium of the KKC Invitation Program for U.S. Think Tank Researchers


Date: April 15, 2016
Place: Tokyo
Speakers: Nathaniel Ahrens, Director of China Affairs, University of Maryland and Senior Associate, CSIS
Scott W. Harold, Associate Director, Center for Asia Pacific Policy, Rand Corporation
Adam Hersh, Consultant, The Roosevelt Institution
Moderator: Kiyoyuki Sekiguchi, Research Director, Canon Institute for Global Studies
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