【日時 / Date】
2016年12月1日(木) 17:00-18:00
December 1 (Thu), 5:00-6:00 p.m.

【会場 / Venue】
東京大学 東洋文化研究所 第一会議室(3階)
First Meeting Room (3F), Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo

【報告者 / Speaker】
Jizhao Huang (Visiting Fellow, IASA, The University of Tokyo)

【題名 / Title】
The United States and “White Mission”——Analysis on the Relations between the US, Japan and Taiwan in the Early after World War II

【コメンテーター / Commentator】
Wei-hsiu Huang (Assistant Professor, IASA, The University of Tokyo)

【要旨 / Abstract】

White Mission is the underground Japanese Military Advisory Group to assist Chiang Kai-shek regime in Taiwan in the early days of post-World War II, constituted by old Japanese military officers who attended the World War II. From the perspective of international relations, I will conducted a detailed study of the special role the United States played in White Mission based on historical fact, and then explore the particularity and anfractuosity of US-Japan-Taiwan relations in the early Postwar era. Furthermore, Japan and Taiwan both belonged to the anti-communist alliance system constructed by the United States in early post-World War II. Why did Chiang Kai-shek recruit White Mission in private, and how was White Mission established and disappeared? It can be deduced that the United States play a major role on it.

※報告は英語で行われます。Seminar will be held in English.

登録者 :徐行・藤岡
掲載期間:20161129 - 20161201
当日期間:20161201 - 20161201