International Affairs Fellowship in Japan

In 1997, the Council on Foreign Relations established the International Affairs Fellowship in Japan, sponsored by Hitachi, Ltd., to enable a number of outstanding young American leaders and thinkers to expand their intellectual and professional horizons through an extended period of research or related professional activity in Japan. Officially known as the International Affairs Fellowship in Japan, or informally as “the Hitachi Fellowship,” the program seeks to contribute to American understanding of Japan and to improved communication among emerging leaders in the two countries. Read on for more details…

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