Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc.
The Hon Michael Jonathan Green
Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
Senior Director for Asian Affairs at the National Security Council
The White House
United States Strategy for Northeast Asia
ICAS Spring Symposium: Humanity,
Peace and Security
May 19, 2004
Capitol Hill*, Washington
D C 20510 (* a specific venue to be announced)
We are pleased to share
with you that "United States Strategy
for Northeast Asia" at the ICAS Spring Symposium 2004.
In January 2004 Dr Michael
Green was commissioned Special Assistant to the President for National Security
Affairs and Senior Director for Asian Affairs at the National Security Council (NSC).
Mike joined the NSC in April 2001 as Director of Asian Affairs with responsibility
for Japan, Korea, and Australia/New Zealand. From 1997 to 2000 he was Senior Fellow
for Asian Security at the Council on Foreign Relations, where he directed the Independent
Task Force on Korea and study groups on Japan and security policy in Asia. Mike
served as Senior Advisor to the Office of Asia Pacific Affairs at the Department
of Defense in 1997 and a consultant to the same office until 2000. From 1995-1997
he was a Research Staff Member at the Institute for Defense Analyses. From 1994-95
Mike was Assistant Professor of Asian Studies at the Johns Hopkins University School
of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), where he remained a professorial lecturer
until joining the NSC in 2001. At SAIS he was also Associate Executive Director
of the Foreign Policy Institute (1992-94) and Acting Director of the Edwin O Reischauer
Center for East Asian Studies (1999-2000).
Dr Green speaks fluent Japanese. He
spent over five years in Japan working on the staff of a member of the National
Diet as a journalist for Japanese-language and American newspapers and as a consultant
for U.S. business. Mike is the author of: Japan's Reluctant Realism: Foreign Policy
in An Era of Uncertain Power (Palgrave/St. Martin's, 2001); The U.S.-Japan Alliance:
Past, Present and Future (co-editor, Council on Foreign Relations, 1999); Arming
Japan: Defense Production, Alliance Politics and the Post-War Search for Autonomy
(Columbia University Press, 1995); and a series of monographs and journal articles
on issues ranging from the North Korean nuclear program to the history of U.S. foreign
policy in Asia.
Mike graduated from Kenyon College with Highest Honors in History
in 1983 and received his M.A. from Johns Hopkins SAIS in 1987 and his Ph.D. in 1994.
He also did graduate work at Tokyo University as a Fulbright Fellow and with the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a Research Associate of the MIT-Japan Program.
Mike is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Institute for International
Dr Green is a native of Washington, D.C.. A teacher and adjudicator
of the highland bagpipe, he is pipe major of the world champion City of Washington
Other confirmed speakers, to date, include Lawrence R Klein (ICAS Distinguished
Fellow; Benjamin Franklin Professor Economics Emeritus University of Pennsylvania;
Nobel Laureate), Sook Jong Lee (Senior Research Fellow, Sejong Institute, Seoul;
Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institution). Thank you.
Sang Joo Kim / signed
Sr. Fellow & Executive Vice President