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January 19, 2017, 15:00-17:00  Venue:CIGS Meeting Room3

Mr. Jeffrey Steinberg Seminar "The real story of the victory of Trump: from the eyes of grass roots political activists who had envisaged it"

The Canon Institute for Global Studies (CIGS) hosted a seminar on January 19, 2017 inviting Mr. Jeffrey Steinberg from Executive Intelligence Review.

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(Mr. Steinberg, Mr. Kotegawa from the left)

Seminar outline
Title: "The real story of the victory of Trump: from the eyes of grass roots political activists who had envisaged it"
Speaker: Mr. Jeffrey Steinberg
Moderator: Daisuke Kotegawa, Research Director, CIGS


Program
ProgramPDF:57KB


Presentation
Presentation by Mr. SteinbergPDF:651KB

Summary of speech and Q&A
Summary of speechPDF:217KB
Summary of Q&APDF:244KB

Abstract of the Speech
In this seminar, Mr. Jeffrey Steinberg discussed the following questions.
Who are the constituencies of Trump?
Who are total losers of the election?
Is the Hillary in 2008 different from the Hillary in 2016? What was the hidden background of 2008 election?
What are priority issues for Trump and constituencies?
Are the issues such as Obamacare, TPP, Climate Change and burden sharing of US base abroad not priority issues?
What are evaluations of appointee of new cabinet?
Will the policy regarding Russia be changed?
Will the policy regarding China be changed?
What change(s) is expected US policy on Middle East?


Speaker's profile
Jeffrey Steinberg

Education:
B.A. Political Science, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA 1969
M.A. Social Science, Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA, 1972

Career:
Chief Editor, Executive Intelligence Review, 1975-present. Directs an international intelligence staff of over 50 fulltime analysts, covering political economy, national security, science and technology policy. Intelligence staff located in Washington, Wiesbaden, Paris, Milan, Stockholm, Berlin, Copenhagen, New Delhi, producing a weekly intelligence journal of 64-80 pages, along with special reports currently released the New Economy, twice-weekly Alert Service, and special client studies.
Lectured on U.S. policy and international economic affairs in the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Germany, France, Italy, India, China, Japan and Australia.
Has been interviewed frequently on radio and television, including Russia Today, Al Jazeera, Pacifica Radio, Fox TV, Canadian Broadcasting; and has contributed regular columns for Al Watan (Saudi Arabia), Al Sharq (Saudi Arabia), and a private circulating intelligence newsletter in Japan.