Kaoru Nakamaru – 07-08-09 Original air date

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Kaoru Nakamaru 07-08-96 Original air date KAORU NAKAMARU [Political Critic] After Barnard College, entered the Political Science faculty of Columbia University, New York, where she graduated in International Politics at the East Asian Institute. Based on this experience, she went on to pursue her goal of “personal diplomacy” through intense meetings and discussions with many of the world’s most influential figures, among them President Reagan of the United States, Presidents Sadat and Mubarak of Egypt, King Hussein of Jordan, Prime Minister Gandhi and many more. As a producer and interviewer who, over the past 20 years, has introduced over 200 world figures from Presidents and royalty to leaders in every sphere of activity, Kaoru Nakamaru has earned herself a unique reputation among the Japanese viewing public, and made a major contribution to internationalizing Japanese attitudes. In its 1973 TV special edition, Newsweek acclaimed Mrs. Nakamaru “The world’s no.1 interviewer,” while the Washington Post praised her as “A person of the times, whose outstanding international sensitivity makes her an invaluable asset on the world scene.” AIso in 1973, King Hussein of Jordan, in recognition of her contribution to world peace through personal diplomacy, awarded her the Decoration of Independence. From 1974, Mrs. Nakamaru has been a member of the council of the Japanese Ministry of Industry (MITI), and from 1980, also a consultant to the Foreign Ministry. From December 1984, Mrs
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