Former Mass Gov. Michael Dukakis to Lead Boston Global Forum Talks on US-China-Japan Relations: Mon. Aug. 4, Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA

Former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis and Professor Joseph Nye Will Lead Boston Global Forum Talks on Lessons of WWI and Pacific Peace Initiatives 9 A.M, Mon., Aug. 4 at the Kennedy School.

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Former Mass Gov. Michael Dukakis to Lead Boston Global Forum Talks on US-China-Japan Relations: Mon. Aug. 4, Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA

For Press Credentials Contact: Dick Pirozzolo at 617-959-4613 or dick@pirozzolo.com or Nguyen Anh Tuan, Editor-in-Chief at +1 617 286 6589 or tuan_nguyen@bostonglobalforum.org

Former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis and Professor Joseph Nye Will Lead Boston Global Forum Talks on Lessons of WWI and Pacific Peace Initiatives 9 A.M, Mon., Aug. 4 at the Kennedy School

100th Anniversary of Britain’s Declaration of War on Germany August 4th 1914

Together with Boston Global Forum speakers in Cambridge and online delegates from around the world, Michael Dukakis, Boston Global Forum Co-Founder and Chairman, will open The Forum with a discussion on the lessons of World War I and ways to ease tensions in the Asia-Pacific region.

Discussion: 100 Years After WWI: Lessons for the Future

When & Where: 9 A.M., Mon., Aug. 4, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School, 79 JFK Street, fl. 2, Taubman Building, Cambridge, MA 02138

Local Speakers: Prof. Richard Rosecrance; Prof. Joseph Nye; Prof. Richard Cooper

Global Discussants: Amb. Ichiro Fujisaki; Amb. David Warren; Amb. JD Bindenagel; Prof. Kosaku Dairokuno; Professor Suzanne Ogden , Bui Duc Lai, Special Advisor of Chairman of Vietnam National Assembly; Bui Viet Lam, Member of the  Editorial Board of VietNamNet; Prof. Tran Kinh Nghi; Prof. John Quelch; HDS Greenway, Columnist, The Boston Globe, and Jonathan London, City University of Hong Kong

US-China-Japan-Relations in 2014 – Building a Framework for Peace in the Pacific

Finding peaceful solutions to Asia-Pacific tensions in 2014 will begin at 9:50 A.M. Each year the Boston Global Forum focuses on a topic of global concern and convenes leaders from across several disciplines to identify viable solutions on key issues.

Discussion: 2014 Issue of the Year: U.S.-China-Japan Relations

When & Where: 9:50 A.M. Mon., August 4, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy

Local Speakers: Michael Dukakis will open the discussion with Prof. Joseph Nye; Prof. Ezra Vogel, Prof. John Quelch, and Michael Fuchs

Global Discussants: Prof. Richard Rosecrance; Prof. Thomas Patterson; Amb. JD Bindenagel; Amb. David Warren; Amb. Professor Suzanne Ogden, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Quang Vinh; Prof. Tuong Lai; Truong Dinh Tuyen, Special Advisor to Vietnam Prime Minister, and Prof. Kosaku Dairokuno

Boston Global Forum was founded two years ago by former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, chairman, and Distinguished Professor JD at Harvard University; John Quelch, Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and Nguyen Anh Tuan, Editor-in-Chief, Boston Global Forum and the Founder and Chairman of VietnamNet Media Group and VietNet, the first Internet Service Provider in Vietnam. 

Boston Global Forum brings together international thought leaders into an open forum to address issues that affect the world at large and to serve as an inspirational role model for global collaboration. Its mission is to identify, discuss, and propose meaningful, creative, and practical solutions to profound and pressing societal issues. 

Boston Global Forum has already had a positive impact on improving working conditions Asia’s manufacturing centers as part of its 2013 initiatives.

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