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Glen S. Fukushima

Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Mr. Fukushima is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, a Washington, D.C. think tank. After practicing law, he served as Director for Japanese Affairs (1985-88) and Deputy Assistant United States Trade Representative for Japan and China (1988-90) at the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), Executive Office of the President. From 1990 to 2012, he was based in Tokyo as a senior business executive with one European and four American multinationals and served two terms as president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan. Mr. Fukushima is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a member of the Asia Society’s Global Council. A native of California, he was educated at Stanford University, Harvard University, Keio University, and the University of Tokyo.
Global Japan
NOV 30, 2018

Social and Political Fractures in America: Wounds, Remedies, and Scars

Japan may not recognize the America it sees today: issues over immigration, racism, Supreme Court nominations, taxation, Obamacare, guns, and…

Global Japan
NOV 6, 2017

A “Trump-Abe” Special Relationship? The State of Japan-US Relations

While President Trump touts “America First,” Prime Minister Abe seeks a proactive Japan that will “shine in the center of…

Global Japan
JUL 18, 2017

Glen S. Fukushima: “US-Japan Cooperation”

Renowned US-Japan trade expert Glen S. Fukushima shares his vision for the future of the relationship.

Global Japan
DEC 9, 2016

[Diplomacy] Globalization in Retreat? Opportunities for Japan?

Panelists discuss “unthinkable” events in international affairs, and how leaders can engage.

Global Japan
OCT 16, 2014

Japan-US Relations: the Role of Japanese Americans

By Glen S. Fukushima, Mitchell T. Maki and Taro Kono. < Session Title > G1 Global Conference 2014 Breakout Session III <B > Japan-US…