Author: Yoshikazu Watanabe, Masanori Yoshida, and Masayuki Hironaka
Since the end of World War II, a close alliance with the United States, spanning security, economy, and society, has been the key feature of Japan’s foreign relations. In this publication, the authors examine the roles and missions shouldered by the JSDF as well as its future challenges under the U.S.–Japan alliance.
Author: Admiral Dennis Blair and Lt. General Masayuki Hironaka
Categories: In the News
The United States, Korea and Japan should take coordinated action that includes increasing financial sanctions on North Korea and reassessing the extended deterrence strategy to address its latest nuclear test. Even if the North Korean nuclear program is not reversed, the penalties for pursuing it must be increased.
Tags: bomb, economic sanctions, financial sanctions, Japan, kim jong-un, Korea, Korean Peninsula, nato, North Korea, nuclear deterrence, nuclear test, nuclear weapon, sanctions, security, South Korea, test, the diplomat, UN, us-japan alliance