JAPAN POLITICS: Yuriko Koike Biography And Profile

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JAPAN POLITICS: Yuriko Koike Biography And Profile

KOIKE Yuriko was born on July 15 1952.

Education

  • 1976 BA in Sociology, Cairo University, Egypt.
  • 1972 Arabic Intensive Course, Oriental Studies, American University of Cairo, Egypt.
  • 1971 Faculty of Sociology, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan.

Career

  • 2010 Chairperson, General Council, Liberal Democratic Party
  • 2009 Chairperson, Public Relations Headquarters, Liberal Democratic Party
  • 2007 Minister of Defense (First Abe Cabinet)
  • 2006 Special Advisor to the Prime Minister for National Security Affairs (First Abe Cabinet)
  • 2005 Re-elected to the House of Representatives.
  • Minister of the Environment, Minister in Charge of Global Environmental Problems, Minister of State for Okinawa and Northern Territories Affairs (Third Koizumi Cabinet)
  • Minister of the Environment, Minister in Charge of Global Environmental Problems, Minister of State for Okinawa and Northern Territories Affairs (Reshuffled Third Koizumi Cabinet)
  • 2004 Minister of the Environment, Minister in Charge of Global Environmental Problems, Minister of State for Okinawa and Northern Territories Affairs (Reshuffled Second Koizumi Cabinet)
  • 2003 Member of the Committee on Economy, Trade and Industry and the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives
    Minister of the Environment and Minister in Charge of Global Environmental Problems (Second Reshuffled First Koizumi Cabinet)
    Re-elected to the House of Representatives
    Minister of the Environment, Minister in Charge of Global Environmental Problems (Second Koizumi Cabinet)
  • 2000 Re-elected to the House of Representatives from Hyogo Prefecture’s Sixth District.
    Vice-Chair, New Conservative Party Policy Planning Committee.
    Member, Standing Committee on Health and Welfare of the House of Representatives.
    Member, Standing Committee on Finance of the House of Representatives.
  • 1999 State Secretary for the Economic Planning Chair of the Liberal Party.
    Member, Committee on Public Relations of the Liberal Party.
  • 1998 Director, Standing Committee on Finance of the House of Representatives.
    Member, Standing Committee on Trade and Industry of the House of Representatives.
    Founding Member of the Liberal Party.
  • 1997 Chair, Standing Committee on Science and Technology of the House of Representatives.
  • 1996 Re-elected to the House of Representatives from Hyogo Prefecture’s Sixth District.
    Director, Public Relations Bureau of the New Frontier Party.
  • 1995 Assistant to the Secretary General of the New Frontier Party.
  • 1994 Founding Member of the New Frontier Party.
  • Vice-President of the Japan New Party.
  • 1993 Elected to the House of Representatives from Hyogo Prefecture’s Second District.
  • Vice-Minister, Management and Coordination Agency.
  • 1992 Elected to the House of Councillors from the Japan New Party.
  • 1990 Secretary General of the Japan-Arab Association
  • 1988 Anchor, TV Tokyo’s Financial and Business Programs
    “World Business Satellite” and “Top Business Executives”.
  • 1979 Anchor, Nippon TV’s Daily Program “Current Issues”
    Interviewer and Coordinator for the Nippon TV Special “Colonel Qaddafi and Yasser Arafat”.
  • 1977 Interpreter and Translator of Arabic.
    Secretary General of the Japan-Arab

Awards

  • 2008 Received the Global MDG3-Torch from Denmark
  • 2007 Awarded Mannenhitsu Best Coordinator’s Award
    Received the Best Cinderella Award (the best politician category)
  • 2006 Received the Japan Jewelry Best Dresser Award (in 1994 and 2006)
  • 1993 Awarded the Omega Prize by the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland.
  • 1992 Received the Mademoiselle Perfume Award
    Awarded “Global Leader for Tomorrow” by the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland.
  • 1991 All Japan TV Producers Association “ATP Special Prize”.
  • 1990 Awarded the ATP Prize for Reports on the Gulf War.
    Awarded the SJ Prize, Acknowledged as the First Anchorwoman on Programs Specializing in Business Affairs.

Publications

  • Arabic Conversation
  • Arabic in three days
  • Climbing the Pyramid in a Kimono
  • Nagatacho Broadcaster
  • Network for Women
  • Scenario of Japan’s Fiasco
  • How Japan Changed after Terrorism
  • Women in the Environmental Business
  • UNBOWED: Don’t you lose heart
  • Koike’s Concept Note
  • Woman’s True Worth: My 55 days in Ichigaya
  • Tokyo Women Project
  • Hearts and Minds of Furoshiki
  • How to handle Politicians and Bureaucrats

– Yuriko Koike Biography And Profile (Yuriko Koike )

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