Students U.S.–Japan Relations > Presentations: Facets of the U.S.–Japan Relationship

Introduction

Give a 5-minute presentation based on the research you conducted on one of the six Facets of the U.S.–Japan Relationship


Take notes during your classmates’ presentations. These notes will be useful for your next homework assignment.
 

Record your notes using a piece of paper or the Google Doc linked below. (If using the Google Doc, click “Make a copy” on the webpage that opens.)

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ASSIGNMENT

Draw upon your new knowledge to assess the overall state of contemporary U.S.–Japan relations.

Presentations: Facets of the U.S.–Japan Relationship 

Present Your Research

Present the results of your research project and take notes for future use.

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