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Time for Japan to Recalibrate?

Time for Japan to Recalibrate?

U.S.-Japan Network for the Future Cohort III scholar Shihoko Goto (Woodrow Wilson Center) observes that “Japan is at a critical juncture in assessing how the United States fits into its own strategy of furthering its own economic and security interests as the regional...

Natural Gas in the Asia-Pacific

U.S.-Japan Network for the Future Cohort I scholar Llewelyn Hughes (Australian National University, ANU) and ANU colleagues Ian Cronshaw and Quentin Grafton co-authored “Increasing the Use of Natural Gas in the Asia-Pacific Region,”  released by the Council on Foreign...

South Korea’s Political Transition

In analysis posted on the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog March 12, U.S.-Japan Network for the Future Cohort II scholar Celeste Arrington (George Washington University) provides context for South Korea’s political transition following the Constitutional Court’s...

Views on China and Japan

A new articles by U.S.-Japan Network for the Future Cohort IV scholar Adam Liff (Indiana University) is now available.“From management crisis to crisis management? Japan’s post-2012 institutional reforms and Sino-Japanese crisis (In)stability,” coauthored with Andrew...

U.S.-Japan Alliance

Mansfield Foundation Vice President Benjamin Self joined Koji Murata (Doshisha University) March 1 for a discussion of the “U.S.-Japan Alliance after the U.S. Presidential Election.” The discussion was one of a series of events scheduled for USJI Week, which the...
New Perspectives on Japan: from the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future

New Perspectives on Japan: from the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future

The thirteen members of Cohort III of the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future address a wide array of challenges and opportunities for Japan in “New Perspectives on Japan from the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future,” released by the Mansfield Foundation June 9. The...