KSG Club of Japan : About Us

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As of end of June 2004, nearly 400 Japanese had a privilege to study at KSG. KSG Club of Japan was founded in December 2003 to provide a venue for socialization, networking, and education. The membership will be given to KSG alumni living in Japan and Japanese KSG alumni. The Club's Charter

We will plan various types of events, most of which shall be open to public, and provide information on this website.

Board Staff
President Yasuhisa Shiozaki
Chief Cabinet Secretary, Member of the House of Representatives
V.P. Takeshi Isayama
Chairman, The Carlyle Group
Tsuyoshi Maruyama
Director-General, Cabinet Office
Ikuo Kabashima
Professor, University of Tokyo
Shinichi Yoshida
Managing Director, The Asahi Shimbun
Charmine Koda
Auditor Dr. Takeo Hirata
Professor, Waseda University
Yoko Makino
President, Yoko Makino CPA Firm
Advisor Dr. Ezra Vogel
Professor Emeritus, Harvard University
Dr. Heizo Takenaka
Director, Global Security Research Institute, Keio University
Sadako Ogata
President, Japan International Cooperation Agency
Yutaka Kawashima
Grand Master of the Ceremonies, Imperial Household Agency
Dr. Fumio Kodama
Dean, Graduate School of Engineering Management,
  Shibaura Institute of Technology
Masaharu Nakatsu
Adviser, Tokyo Electric Power Co.,Inc
Sadako Ogata
President of Japan International Cooperation Agency

1951  B.A., University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo
1953  MA in International Relations, Georgetown University
1963  Ph.D. in Political Science, the University of California at Berkeley

1965–1979  Lecturer on International Relations at the International Christian University
1974–1976  Associate Professor, Diplomatic History and International Relations, International Christian University
1976–1979  Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations
1978–1979  Chairman, Executive Board of UNICEF
1982–1985  Representative, United Nations Commission on Human Rights
1980–1987  Professor, Institute of International Relations at Sophia University
1987–1988  Director, Institute of International Relations at Sophia University
1990  Independent Expert of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights on Human Rights Situation in Myanmar
1989–1991  Dean, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Sophia University
1991–2000  United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
2001-  Prime Minister Koizumifs Special Representative for Afghanistan Assistance
2001-  Co-chair, Commission on Human Security
2003-  Member of the United Nationfs High Level Panel on Threat, Challenges and Change
2003-  President, Japan International Cooperation Agency

"Refugees, A Multilateral Response to Humanitarian Crises", Elberg Lecture delivered at the University of California, Berkeley, UNHCR, 1992
"The Movement of People", RSA Journal Volume V, 140 (5432), The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, 1992
"Towards a European Immigration", The Philip Morris Institute for Public Policy Research, Brussels, 1993
"Refugees in Asia: From Exodus to Solutions" Charles Rostov lecture delivered at the Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C., 1995
"Towards Healing the Wounds" Conflict-Torn States and the Return of Refugees "The United Nations: in The Next Fifty Years", International Relations Institute, Korean University, 1996
"Defiance in Manchuria - The Making of Japanese Foreign Policy 1931-1932", University of California, 1964
"Vantage Point from the United Nations", (Kokuren kara no shiten), Asahi Evening News Publication, 1980
"Survey of International Organization Studies in Japan" (Nihon ni okeru kokusal soshiki kenkyu), NIRA, 1982
"Normalization with China: A Comparative Study of U.S. and Japanese Processes", Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1989