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CSPC (Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress) International Fellows Program


Yuka Koshino, Keio University
Research Theme: How Did Obama Embolden China?
—Comparative Analysis of “Engagement” and “Containment” in Post-Cold War Sino-American Relations—
Research Paper
Selena Kaneko, Kyoto University
Research Theme: Renewable Energy Policy and Public Opinion
Research Paper
Fumi Osawa, Waseda University
Research Theme: How is civil rights related with the U.S. politics?
Through equal protection among men and women
Research Paper
Conference Schedule

Fall Leadership Conference in Washington D.C.
(October 26 to 31, 2015)
Spring Leadership Conference in Washington D.C. (March 19 to 25, 2016)

Reporting in Japan

Interim Reporting at Ritsumeikan Tokyo Campus
(November 26, 2015  12:30-14:00)

Paper Award

Yuka Koshino (Keio University) won “The David M. Abshire Award for Most Outstanding Paper by an International Fellows”.



Final Reporting

(October 2, 2016 13:00-14:30)
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The CSPC Final Reporting Meeting was held on October 2, 2016 and the FY2015 CSPC participants made final presentations on their research projects. Three of the FY2016 participants also attended and presented their research plans. Sponsors, participating universities and the CSPC program alumni joined the discussion to explore their insights about the researches. The reception provided a great opportunity for the participants to develop network for future cooperation.

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