A new book of essays written by four Japanese policy analysts take a close look at the challenges Japan faces in the coming years. The topics covered in this volume - Japan's relations with China, South Korea, North Korea and Southeast Asia - are all issues of intense policy interest in Washington as well as Tokyo.
The book, titled "Japan's Foreign Policy Challenges in East Asia: Views from the Next Generation" is comprised of essays by Ken Jimbo, associate professor at Japan's Keio University; Junya Nishino, associate professor at Keio University; Yasuyo Sakata, professor of international relations at Japan's Kanda University of International Studies; and Chikako Kawakatsu Ueki, professor of international relations at Waseda University in Tokyo. The book was edited by Yuki Tatsumi, senior associate in the East Asia program at Stimson. the authors join Tatsumi for a panel discussion.
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