On November 18, Doug Bergner and Ian Graig of Global Policy Group addressed a seminar on “The Outlook of the Next U.S. Administration and the Future U.S.-Japan Relationship” hosted by Keidanren (the Japan Business Federation) and the 21st Century Public Policy Institute. The seminar, which took place at Keidanren Kaikan in Tokyo, also featured Japanese experts on American politics from Sophia University, the University of Tokyo, and Chuo University. An article on the seminar was featured in the November 18 issue of Keidanren Times.
During a recent visit to Tokyo, Doug Bergner and Ian Graig of Global Policy Group were interviewed for Tsusho Koho, the daily news service of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO). In the interview, which appeared online on November 24, 2014, Bergner and Graig commented on the results of the U.S. presidential and Congressional elections and their implications for U.S.-Japan relations and for trade, investment, energy, and climate change policy (トランプ氏、「就任日に TPP 離脱意思を通知」-2016 年米国大統領選挙の見方- (米国))
The most recent issue of Automotive Megatrends Magazine contains an article by Global Policy Group's Ian Graig on the complex question of ensuring the safety of self-driving vehicles using a regulatory system that is based on the quaint idea of having a human being as a driver. Addressing this question, which is essential to ensuring the effectiveness of federal safety regulations in an era of increasingly autonomous vehicle technology, will be particularly complex here in the U.S., where automakers themselves certify that their vehicles are in compliance with federal safety rules.
"Defining moment as regulators question 'driver' of self-driving car," Automotive Megatrends Magazine, Q3 2016
Doug Bergner and Ian Graig of Global Policy Group will visit Japan in mid-November to offer assessments of the U.S. presidential and Congressional elections and their implications for international business and for U.S.-Japan relations. In addition to meeting with GPG clients, Bergner and Graig will deliver remarks at several public meetings in Tokyo.
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