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U.S. Embassy- GRIPS Joint Lecture 
"Geo-Strategic Shifts: The Energy Variable and More"

U.S. Embassy- GRIPS Joint Lecture </br>
Lecturer Prof. Casimir A. Yost
【Adjunct Professor / Senior Fellow, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University】
Time April 17, 2015 6pm - 7:30pm
(Doors open at 5:30pm)
Place Soukairou Hall, GRIPS,
(7-22-1,Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
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Sponsorship GRIPS, US Embassy
Language English, Japanese
(simultaneous interpretation available)
Participation fees Free

Outline

The global supply and availability of energy is but one variable - albeit an important one - that will determine the future of global security in the 21st Century. Others include challenges to governance, a crisis prone global economy, demographic patterns, the impact of technology, and mounting pressures on resources such as water and food. This lecture will examine the so-called "drivers" of change in the 21st Century, the dimensions of the current "energy revolution," winners and losers from this revolutions, and implications for the United States and Japan of these dramatic changes.The lecture will be followed by QA session. 

◇MC : Prof. Atsushi Sunami
【Advisor to the President; Deputy Director of Science,Technology and Innovation Policy Program; Professor】

Simplified personal history

CASIMIR A. YOST(Georgetown University, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy HP)

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