Terrorism – Prevention & Preparedness: New Approaches to U.S.-Japan Security Cooperation

October 30, 2000
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Held in Tokyo, Japan

Roundtable Discussion

The first in a series of discussions on terrorism and its impact on the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance. A private day-and-a-half roundtable discussion, which brought together experts in local and national government, emergency management, national security, academia and the media from both the U.S. and Japan.  Participants discussed methods of prevention, crisis and consequence management, and diplomatic and military reactions to a chemical or biological attack.

Leo Bosner,
Emergency Management Specialist, Federal Emergency Management Agency
Sam Brinkley, Weapons of Mass Destruction Policy Advisor, Office of the Coordinator for Counter-Terrorism, U.S. Department of State
Richard Falkenrath, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Michael Green, Olin Fellow for Asia Security, Council on Foreign Relations
Jerry Hauer, Vice President and Associate Director, Center for Counterterrorism, SAIC
Sal  Lifrieri, Director of Security, New York City Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management
Scott Lillibridge, Director, Office of Bioterrorism, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Judith Miller, Senior Writer, The New York Times
Mark Staples, Country Director for Japan, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Akiko Fukushima, Senior Researcher, International Cooperation Department, National Institute for Research Advancement
Kazuharu Hirano, Cabinet Counselor, Cabinet Office for National Security and Crisis Management
Masaaki Iwaki, Chief, Operations Research Office, Research Division, Plans and Operations Department, Ground Staff Office, Japan Defense Agency
Ichiro Kurane, Director, Department of Virology, National Institute of Infectious Diseases
Yoshihide Kuroki, Police Chief Superintendent and Special Assistant for Counterterrorism, Security Division, National Police Agency
Kazuhiko Maekawa, Professor and Chair, Department of Traumatology and Critical Care, Graduate School of Medicine, Tokyo University
Naofumi Miyasaka, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Security Studies, National Defense Academy
Yoshitaka Sasaki, Staff Writer, Asahi Shimbun
Yoshihide Soeya, Professor of Political Science, Keio University
Akio Watanabe, President, Research Institute for Peace and Security
Hiroshi Yamada, Chief Research Fellow, Yomiuri Research Institute
Chisato Yamauchi, Director, Operations Planning Division, Bureau of Defense Operations, Japan Defense Agency
Kyoji Yanagisawa, Director-General, Office of Personnel Education, Japan Defense Agency

  • October 30, 2000 – October 31, 2000