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Jun Isomura

Senior Fellow

Jun Isomura is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute.

Prior to joining Hudson, Mr. Isomura managed his own international public affairs firm and risk consulting firm. He was a pioneer in the cyber security field in Japan. From 1997 to 2000, he managed the cyber security project, “Committee for a Large-Scale Plan for Network Security,” for the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry. He was also a cabinet office member of the committee responsible for the “Special Action Plan of Countermeasures Against Cyber-Terrorism on Critical Infrastructure.”

In 1990, serving as a staff member to the late Shintaro Abe, former minister of foreign affairs and former secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party, Mr. Isomura arranged a meeting between Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and Shintaro Abe.

From 1977 to 1979, Isomura served as a resident scholar at the Institute for World Affairs of Kyoto Sangyo University, the organization that invited Hudson Institute Founder Herman Kahn to Japan for his first time.

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The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Significance and Role

Seth Cropsey & Jun Isomura

The alliance between the US and Japan continues to play a vital role in the defense of the Japanese Islands and in U.S. regional Indo-Pacific strategy...

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U.S.-Japan Cooperation in Strategic Island Defense

U.S.-Japan Cooperation in Strategic Island Defense September 21 Event

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Jun Isomura was interview in Eurasia Expert about Japanese Prime Minsiter Shinzo Abe’s resignation.