Asia and the Pacific
Boasting the world’s second largest economy, Japan is a key ally of the U.S. Since the end of the Cold War, Japan has struggled to define its international identity: to remain a model civilian power or to become more of a military power. Going forward, Japan will continue to exert a major influence on the future of the Asia-Pacific region.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon - A Chinese national flag flutters at the headquarters of a commercial bank in central Beijing, China, November 24, 2014.
China's security and foreign policies: Comparing American and Japanese perspectives
February 27, 2015
On February 27, the Center for East Asia Policy Studies will host a seminar examining American and Japanese interpretations of China’s security and foreign policies.
Asia and the Pacific
February 13, 2015
January 27, 2015, Richard C. Bush III
Opinion | The National Interest
January 18, 2015, Michael E. O'Hanlon
December 2014, Ariana N. Rowberry
December 29, 2014, Michael E. O'Hanlon
December 19, 2014
Interview | Bloomberg Radio
December 16, 2014, Mireya Solís
December 9, 2014, Timmons Roberts and Jeff Baum
December 3, 2014
Opinion | The Los Angeles Times
December 2, 2014, Akikazu Hashimoto, Michael E. O'Hanlon and Wu Xinbo
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Mireya Solís will join a panel of experts at George Washington University on March 26 to discuss "Winners or Losers in the TPP? Taiwan, Its Neighbors, and the United States."
Richard C. Bush III
Director, Center for East Asia Policy Studies
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, John L. Thornton China Center
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies
Philip Knight Chair in Japan Studies
Barry P. Bosworth
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
The Robert V. Roosa Chair
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