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Kuni Miyake - Profile
President, Foreign Policy Institute
Kunihiko (Kuni) Miyake was born in 1953. He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in 1978, and experienced many posts including the following: Division Chief of the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty Division; Minister of the Embassy of Japan in Beijing; Minister of the Embassy of Japan in Baghdad. After he served as Counselor of the Middle-eastern and African Affairs Bureau, he resigned the ministry and became president of Foreign Policy Institute. He is Visiting Professor of Ritsumeikan University of Kyoto and Research Director at Canon Institute of Global Studies (CIGS). He has also served as advisor to the spouse of the Prime Minister in the 1st Shinzo Abe administration.
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