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Program on U.S.-Japan Relations adds 16 associates and research fellows

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The Program on U.S.-Japan Relations has announced its 16 program associates and advanced research fellows for the 2009-10 academic year. Co-sponsored by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, the program enables scholars and professionals from government, business, finance, journalism, nongovernmental organizations, and other fields to come together at Harvard.

This year’s class of program associates includes scholars, professors, government officials, businesspeople, and journalists from Japan, the United States, and elsewhere.

While at Harvard, the associates and fellows will conduct independent research, which will be presented publicly as part of the program’s Tuesday seminar series, and will complete a paper to be published as part of the program’s Occasional Papers series.

For more information on the Program on U.S.-Japan Relations and a list of its 2009-10 program associates and advanced research fellows, visit