U.S.-Japan Development Summit

  • Wednesday, Feb 12, 2014

    9:00-9:20    Registration. Light breakfast will be available.

    9:20-9:30    Welcoming Remarks

    Matthew P. Goodman
    William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS
    9:30-10:45    Panel 1: Lessons Learned from Six Decades of Development Assistance

    Keiichiro Nakazawa
    Chief Representative (U.S.), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
    H.E. Jose L. Cuisia, Jr.
    Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines to the United States
    Dr. Yoshiaki Abe
    Emeritus and University Professor, Waseda University
    Janet Ballantyne
    Former Senior Advisor to the Administrator, USAID
    Matthew P. Goodman (moderator)
    William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS

    10:45-11:00    Break

    11:00-12:15    Panel 2: Key Challenges Ahead and Opportunities for Partnership

    Kaname Araki
    Senior Coordinator, Aid Policy and Management Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan
    Denise Rollins
    Acting Assistant Administrator, Asia-Pacific, USAID
    Abigail Friedman
    Senior Advisor, The Asia Foundation
    Gary Edson
    Former Deputy U.S. National Security Advisor for International Economics
    Daniel F. Runde (moderator)
    Director, Project on Prosperity and Development, CSIS
    12:15-12:30    Luncheon

    12:30-1:00    Luncheon Keynote Address

    Mr. Akihiko Tanaka
    President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

    Please RSVP to simon.chair@csis.org.

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