Obama's Internet Initiative and Social Reform in the U.S. and Japan

Mar 26, 2010

In this Japan Society event, a panel of experts explore the evolving role of information and communication technologies in reforming politics, business, and society in the United States and Japan.

In this Japan Society event, a panel of experts explore the evolving role of information and communication technologies in reforming politics, business, and society in the United States and Japan.

For moderator Devin Stewart's blog about this event, click here.

To view a video of this event on the Foreign Policy website, click here.

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