Iran's Foreign Policy Under the Khatami Administration
September 3-5, 2000
Kyoto International Conference Hall
the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA)
and The Stanley Foundation
in cooperation with the Islamic Area Studies Project (IAS)
This conference will bring together a small, diverse, and highly select group of analysts and scholars from Iran, Japan, and the United States for an in-depth discussion of contemporary Iranian foreign policy. The conference will be for participants only, and our discussions will be informal and off the record. Each participant attends as an individual rather than in an official or representative capacity. The working language of the conference will be English.
The JIIA is a private, nonprofit, and independent research organization that was founded in 1959 through the initiative of former Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida to deepen Japan's knowledge of international relations in order to prosper harmoniously in the international community.