Commentary & Analysis

Follow Japan’s Lead on IoT Security

Author: ADM Dennis Blair (Ret.), Michael Chertoff, Arthur Coviello, and William “Bud” Roth

Categories: Cybersecurity

Admiral Dennis C. Blair, USN (Ret.) is the former U.S. Director of National Intelligence and Distinguished Senior Fellow (Non-Resident) at the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA; Michael Chertoff is the former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Arthur Coviello is Special Counsel at Wilmer Hale; and William “Bud” Roth is a Fellow (Non-Resident) at Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA.

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Immediate Change to Our 5G Strategy is Needed

Author: ADM Dennis Blair (Ret.), Michael Chertoff, Arthur Coviello, and William “Bud” Roth

Categories: Cybersecurity

Admiral Dennis C. Blair, USN (Ret.) is the former U.S. Director of National Intelligence and Distinguished Senior Fellow (Non-Resident) at the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA; Michael Chertoff is the former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Arthur Coviello is Special Counsel at WilmerHale; and William “Bud” Roth is a Fellow (Non-Resident) at Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA.                                             

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The U.S. and Japan After the INF Treaty

Author: Ankit Panda, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Federation of American Scientists

Categories: Sasakawa USA Alumni

Ankit Panda is an adjunct senior fellow at the Federation of American Scientists, where he specializes in defense and security topics in the Asia-Pacific region. Panda participated in the Sasakawa USA 2019-2020 In-Depth Alumni Research Trip to Japan. In this paper, Panda explores the history of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, the United States’ decision to withdraw, capabilities, concerns, and implications for the U.S.-Japan alliance for the post-INF era.

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New Ground-Launched Missiles for the U.S.-Japan Alliance?

Author: Ankit Panda, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Federation of American Scientists

Categories: Sasakawa USA Alumni

Ankit Panda is an adjunct senior fellow at the Federation of American Scientists, where he specializes in defense and security topics in the Asia-Pacific region. Panda participated in the Sasakawa USA 2019-2020 In-Depth Alumni Research Trip to Japan. In this paper, Panda explores the ramifications in East Asia of the United States’ decision to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty and how the U.S.-Japan alliance might best position itself for the post-INF era.

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Chutzpah meets Monozukuri: A Look at the Japanese-Israeli Cyber Relationship

Author: Dani Charles, CEO and co-founder, Charles Bernard Ventures

Categories: Cybersecurity, Sasakawa USA Alumni

Dani Charles, CEO and co-founder of Charles Bernard Ventures, and a fellow in New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative, participated in the Sasakawa USA 2018-2019 In-Depth Alumni Research Trip to Japan. In this paper, Charles outlines the relationship between Japan and Israel, particularly in how it related to cyber, innovation, and technology, and recommends avenues in which the United States can extend its role as a supporter in the relationship.

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