James Kondo’s multi-faceted career spans the worlds of diplomacy, business, geopolitics, technology, entrepreneurship, academia and public health.

He currently serves as Chairman of the International House of Japan (I-House), a non-profit organization established after World War II to expand Japan’s collaborations with countries around the world. Over the years, I-House has championed democracy, freedom, dialogue, and human rights throughout the world. Under Kondo’s leadership, I-House has evolved to address today’s global challenges, including friction between China and the U.S., the rising tides of nationalism and isolation in many countries, increasing wealth disparity, and the new frontiers and dangers of disruptive technology.

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