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2021/03/18 | Research Note | Diplomacy / International Relations

US-China Relations as Seen from Africa: Phase Shift? by Endo Mitsugi (Professor Graduate School of Arts and Sciences The University of Tokyo)

When looking at the nature of involvement by China and the United States in Africa (in this case, mainly sub-Saharan Africa), there is an important ch...

2020/10/29 | Research Note | Diplomacy / International Relations

Russia: Caught between US-China Competition by Koizumi Yu (Project Assistant Professor RCAST, The University of Tokyo)

Introduction: What is Russia's view of the world today? Although the theme of this paper is Russia's view of US-China relations, before discussing the...

2020/10/29 | Research Note | Defense / security | Diplomacy / International Relations

Intensifying US-China Conflict and Southeast Asia in the Midst of the Novel Coronavirus Crisis by Oba Mie (Professor of Kanagawa University)

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has proved to be a major test for the world, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countrie...

2020/10/05 | Research Note | Defense / security | Maritime Security

Increasingly Complex and Sophisticated "Hybrid Warfare" during Peacetime: Japan's Comprehensive Response and the Japan-US Response by Saito Takashi (former Chief of Staff, Joint Staff)

This study group is focused on research delving into law enforcement in a "gray zone," situation. Besides returning to the basics, we have expanded ou...

2017/06/01 | Research Note | Aging society / labor | Economic / fiscal / social security

Takao Komine, "Thinking About the 2025 Problem--Part 4:Thinking about Men's Participation in Childcare"

Thinking About the 2025 Problem--Part 4: Thinking about Men's Participation in Childcare Takao Komine Senior Research Counselor Professor, Faculty ...

2016/11/07 | Economic / fiscal / social security | Aging society / labor | Research Note

Takao Komine, "Thinking About the 2025 Problem--Part 1:Population Change and the 2025 Problem"

Thinking About the 2025 Problem--Part 1: Population Change and the 2025 Problem Takao Komine Senior Research Counselor Professor, Hosei Graduate Schoo...

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