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June 28, 2018, 16:00-17:30  Venue:CIGS Meeting Room3

Paul Goldstein Seminar "The geopolitical shift: Challenges and opportunities for Northeast Asia"

The Canon Institute for Global Studies (CIGS) hosted a seminar on June 28, 2018 inviting Mr. Paul Goldstein from Pacific Tech Bridge (PTB).

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(Mr. Goldstein, Mr. Kotegawa from the left)

Seminar outline
Title: "The geopolitical shift: Challenges and opportunities for Northeast Asia"
Speaker: Paul Goldstein, President and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Tech Bridge (PTB)
Moderator: Daisuke Kotegawa, Research Director, CIGS


Program
ProgramPDF: 122KB


Presentation
Presentation by Paul GoldsteinPDF: 663KB

Summary of speech and Q&A
Summary of speechPDF: 186KB
Summary of Q&APDF: 167KB

Abstract of the Speech
Major two points of the agreement on June 12 in Singapore?
What is the prospect of the regional geopolitics and geoeconomics if the agreement will be successful?
Characteristics of Trump diplomacy; difference from the past?
Basic stance of Russia and China on the agreement?
Details of informal negotiations that have led to the Singapore meeting?
Are the points of interests of Japan delivered to North Korea by President Trump?
What are the expected roles of Japan?


Speaker's profile
Paul Goldstein
President and Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Tech Bridge (PTB)
1967-1971: Indiana State University, History and Political Science
1974-1982: Journalist and analyst for the Executive Intelligence Review, a political intelligence journal. Studied and held seminars the role of political economy-Called the American System of Political Economy. Lived in Wiesbaden, Germany. Worked in West Germany, France, Italy and Brussels.
1982-present: Political/Economic intelligence consultant. Worked with the United States intelligence community. Specialized in counterintelligence, counter-terrorism, national security strategy and foreign intelligence liaison.