Science and the Future of Diplomacy

Science and the Future of Diplomacy

Science and the Future of Diplomacy

Amb. Yamanouchi opens the panel

On September 9, 2019, the National Committee on American Foreign Policy joined with the EastWest Institute to host a panel discussion on Science and the Future of DiplomacyThe discussion featured the perspectives of experts representing the fields of government, science and philanthropy as they explored how multivariate actors play a discernible role in New Diplomacy and pathways forward in addressing critical global challenges.

Mary Collins makes a point

Followed by opening remarks from Ambassador Kanji Yamanouchi (Consul General of Japan in New York), Susan Elliott (Chairman and CEO, NCAFP), Mary Collins (Provost, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University), and Daniela Kaisth (Vice President for Development, EastWest Institute) engaged in a candid conversation sharing their professional experiences and thoughts on this critical issue.  The panel was moderated by David Janes (Senior Advisor for Institutional Development, OIST), and saw a lively Q&A period follow the main panel.

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