The Japan Chair seeks to define a strategic agenda for the U.S.-Japan relationship by raising consciousness of U.S.-Japan policy issues in a bilateral, regional, and global context.
The Japan Chair was established to provide a venue in Washington for the study of U.S.-Japan relations and increasing mutual understanding. As Japan's role in Asian and global affairs continues to grow, the Japan Chair is charting a new direction to define a strategic agenda for the U.S.-Japan relationship. The Japan Chair is a unique platform to raise consciousness of U.S.-Japan policy issues in a bilateral, regional and global context.
Current Research Agenda
- U.S.-Japan-India Relations
- Regional Institutional Architecture
- U.S.-Japan Economic Relations
- U.S.-Japan Strategic Leadership Program for Japanese Diet Members
Working papers by Japanese experts on potential areas for enhanced cooperation between the United States and Japan.
An initiative of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation and CSIS to develop a strategic vision for the U.S.-Japan alliance.
Chinese companies have emerged to challenge traditionally dominant international firms. CSIS and Japan’s 21st Century Public Policy Institute have looked at the cases of five such firms, examining the factors that led to their rise, their current state of competitiveness, and the policy implications.
A forum to debate the policy challenges facing Japan and their impact on the international community.
The Partnership for Recovery and a Stronger Future assembled senior experts from business and civil society to remap a path towards recovery from Japan’s March 11 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disasters and craft an agenda for U.S.-Japan cooperation to that end.
There has never been as great a need for a serious and sustained policy discussion on Asia in Washington. Join that discussion on our blog.
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ReportHow the Administration and Congress Can Work Together to Sustain American Engagement in Asia to 2016Jan 5, 2015
ReportDec 30, 2014