We will hold the following seminar with Professor Stenven A. Hoffmann in Osaka. You are cordially welcome to join us. To reserve your seat, please contact: Yone Sugita (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lecturer: Professor Steven A. Hoffmann, Professor of Government at Skidmore College, Saratoga New York, USA
Seminar title: "India and the US Strategic Partner Initiative."
A discussion paper will be available.
Date/Time: 16 July (Saturday)
Location: Senri Club (http://www.senri-lc.co.jp/club/),
21nd floor (13 minutes from Shin Osaka Station. Just across from the Senri Chuo Station).
Steven A. Hoffmann, Ph.D., (born Sept. 15, 1942) is a Professor of Government at Skidmore College, Saratoga New York, USA. He presently is the holder of an endowed chair - the Palamountain Chair in Government. He has served in the Government Department for thirty-eight years, and was Chairman from 1992 to 1997. Courses currently taught by him include: India-US relations, comparative politics: India and Japan, politics in the Middle East, and political and military lessons of World War II. He is the author of numerous publications covering India-China relations, India-US relations, and Indian, Japanese, and Israeli domestic politics, including the book India and the China Crisis (University of California Press, 1990). Prof. Hoffmann was a Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, in Washington DC, in 2000, and has lectured in India, China, Israel, and the United States. He has done research in India regularly since 1966, research in Japan in June 1977 and May 1978, and intermittent research in Israel between 1975 and 1981, and in 2003. He made one research trip to China in 2001.
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