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New Publications from the Network for the Future

New Publications from the Network for the Future

The Mansfield Foundation this week released two new publications authored by the twelve scholars who make up Cohort IV of the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future program. These twelve Japan specialists — working at universities throughout the United States as well...
U.S.-Japan Network for the Future Meet in Washington

U.S.-Japan Network for the Future Meet in Washington

Last week the fourth cohort of U.S.-Japan Network Future scholars gathered in Washington for two days of meetings and a Capitol Hill symposium. Although this was the formal conclusion of the two-year program for the twelve scholars in Cohort IV, the program...
Expert Voice on Japan

Expert Voice on Japan

Next week eight scholars representing Cohort IV of the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future will present their recommendations on security, economic, social and foreign policy issues of importance to U.S.-Japan relations at a symposium on Capitol Hill. The June 6...
Expert Voice on Japan

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...