Japan Society Webinar Series
Since April 2020, we have begun a series of webinars exploring different aspects of the current pandemic, as well as social, political and economic news, business issues and Anglo-Japanese relations. Each week our chairman Bill Emmott is joined in the conversation by diplomats, policy makers, economic experts, and journalists who share their insights from different places around the world. Webinars also allow attendees to put their questions to the panellists.
The activities of the Japan Society are made possible thanks to the support of its members. Webinars are free of charge and open to all. We realise that this is a difficult time for many people. However, if you are planning to attend and do not have a membership subscription as an individual or through your employer, please consider making a donation. You can find details of membership and how to join the Japan Society community here.
More details coming soon
Past Webinars 2021 ↓ | Past Webinars 2020→
Britain, Japan and the World in between – A Conversation with Richard Needham and Philip Stephens
6 July 2021- More information
Is the West Back?: The G7 Summit and beyond, with Hiroyuki Akita and Gideon Rachman
Authority, Confidence and Gender in the Post-Pandemic World, with Ian Roberstson and Mary Ann Sieghart
The ‘Revolving Doors’ of Government in the UK and Japan, with Koichi Nakano and Alex Thomas
The Prospects for Green Finance in the UK and Japan, with Roger Gifford and Mari Yoshitaka
UK Japan Collaboration in Medical Research: Regenerative Medicine
The Current State of US – Japan Relations, with Kunihiko Miyake and James P Zumwalt
The Independence Debate: What are the Future Prospects for Scotland?
US – China Relations and the Implications for Japan
3/11 and Fukushima Dai-ichi 10 years on with Yoichi Funabashi and David Warren
The Business of Pop Culture in Japan, with Matt Alt
The Brexit Agreement, One Month On, with David Henig and Pernille Rudlin
The Japan Affair: 40 Years of Engagement in UK - Japan Relations: in conversation with David Howell
The Path to Net Carbon Zero in the UK and Japan, with Naoko Ishii and Adair Turner