Professor Daniel I. Okimoto on November 2, 1998. He will discuss "Japanese Security Policy."
Okimoto is a leading specialist of Japanese security policy, especially U.S.-Japan military relations. A
graduate of Princeton University and University of Michigan, Okimoto is a professor of political science
and director emeritus of the Asia/Pacific Research Center at Stanford University. Okimoto has authored,
edited, or coedited a large number of books and monographs, including Japan America Security Alliance: Prospects for the 21st Century (1998), and The
Political Economy of Japan: The Changing International Context (1988).
The luncheon will begin at 12:00 noon and Professor Okimoto will speak from 12:30 p.m. until 1: 10 p.m.