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2018年11月12日(月)15:00~16:30開催 場所:キヤノングローバル戦略研究所 会議室3

ダニエル・C・スナイダー セミナー 「The U.S. Midterm Elections: What happened and what it means for U.S. foreign policy」

 キヤノングローバル戦略研究所(CIGS)は2018年11月12日に、米国のスタンフォード大学のInternational Policyの講師であるダニエル・C・スナイダー氏のセミナーを開催しました。

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(左からSneider氏、宮家氏)

開催概要
題目: 「The U.S. Midterm Elections: What happened and what it means for U.S. foreign policy」
発表者: ダニエル・C・スナイダー(Lecturer, International Policy at Stanford University)
モデレーター: 宮家 邦彦 (キヤノングローバル戦略研究所 研究主幹)


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ProgramPDF: 141KB


発表資料
Sneider 発表資料PDF: 684KB

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発表概要
The U.S. midterm election on November 6th may be the most consequential in modern American political history. At present the Republican Party controls the Presidency, both house of Congress, and two-thirds of the state governorships. Despite this, the administration of President Donald Trump is embroiled in constant controversy and facing a legal investigation that could challenge its legitimacy. If the Democratic Party is able to make significant gains in the midterm elections, even to regain control of one or more of the houses of Congress, it will mark a turning point in his presidency. Alternately, if the Republicans survive this challenge, it will strengthen the Trump presidency. What message did voters send on November 6th? And what will this mean for U.S. foreign policy and for policy toward Northeast Asia - Japan, China, and Korea - in particular?


発表者略歴
Daniel Charles Sneider
Daniel C. Sneider is a Lecturer in International Policy at Stanford University. He was previously the Associate Director for Research at the Asia Pacific Research Center at Stanford, where he directed the Center's Divided Memories and Reconciliation project, a comparative study of the formation of wartime historical memory in East Asia. He is currently a Visiting Researcher at the Canon Institute for Global Studies in Tokyo, where he is working on a diplomatic history of the creation and management of the U.S. security alliances with Japan and South Korea during the Cold War. Sneider is the co-author of a book on wartime memory and elite opinion, Divergent Memories, from Stanford University Press. His writings frequently appear in major publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate, The Christian Science Monitor, Yale Global, The National Interest, International Economy, Toyo Keizai and The Asahi Shimbun. He is a former foreign correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor who served in Japan, India, and the former Soviet Union, and covered U.S. politics and elections for the Monitor and the San Jose Mercury News.