I was really pleased to have an opportunity to give a book talk to the Asia Society and its global chapters on Tuesday, 15 September. James Kondo, chairman of the International House of Japan, read the book thoroughly and he guided a discussion that really hit the book's major themes. https://youtu.be/Hytq5ji-qaI
On Monday, 14 September, I woke bright and early in the suburbs of Washington, DC to join Bryce Wakefield, the executive director of the Australian Institute of International Affairs in conversation about Abe's legacy and what to expect from Suga Yoshihide, who was elected as the LDP's new leader shortly before our talk. https://youtu.be/3nHxePPAo_A
On 7 September (US)/8 September (Japan), I gave a book talk at an event hosted by the British Chamber of Commerce Japan and co-hosted by the BCCJ's Australian, New Zealand, Irish, and Spanish counterparts (possibly several more that I'm leaving out). https://youtu.be/5dnEPTto5Lo The BCCJ wrote a brief summary of the event here.