Policy Briefing: Central Bank Digital Currencies: Viewpoints from Tokyo and Washington
Dr. Robert Dohner, Mr. Ichiro Oishi, and Mr. Yasuhiro Yamai analyze key questions surrounding debates by major central banks on the introduction of Central Bank Digital Currencies, including how the U.S. and Japan could work together on this issue based on viewpoints from both the public and private sectors.
Policy Briefing: The U.S.-Japan Space Partnership: A Shared, Evolving Mission
Dr. Masami Onoda, Director of the JAXA Washington D.C. Office and Mr. Kimitake Nakamura, Minister at the Embassy of Japan in Washington D.C. address recent developments in the U.S.-Japan partnership in space exploration, including JAXA Astronaut Dr. Soichi Noguchi’s flight to the International Space Station on SpaceX Crew-1.
Policy Briefing: Japanese War Brides: Bridges in the Post-War Alliance
Ms. Kathryn Tolbert and Col. (Ret.) Jyuji Hewitt discuss the role of Japanese women who married American GIs following World War II as bridges in Japan's transition from wartime enemy to ally, and offer personal perspectives on the impact of the war brides on U.S.-Japan relations.
The Alliance Working in Washington: Impacts of the U.S.-Japan Relationship
As part of The Alliance Working in America Series, Sasakawa USA held a virtual webinar in partnership with the World Affairs Council of Seattle and World Affairs Councils of America (WACA), featuring Dr. Michael Green, Dr. Mireya Solís, and Dr. Saori Katada.
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