Author: LtGen Koichi Isobe, JGSDF (Retired)
LtGen Isobe analyzes how USMC Commandant General David Berger’s strategic leadership in Force Design 2030 can influence Japan to strengthen its deterrence posture and examines the implications of the USMC transformation on Japan’s security policy.
Author: Brent Sadler
Mr. Brent Sadler examines how U.S-China policy may change under the new Biden administration and analyzes how its strategy may compare to previous administrations.
Administrative Law and the Biden Administration: Implications for the U.S.-Japan Economic and Trade RelationshipJune 29, 2021
Author: John Gardner
Mr. John Gardner analyzes how new U.S. government agency regulations affecting trade and business are approved and scrutinized through a rigorous public comment process. Regarding U.S.-Japan trade, he asserts that Japanese companies can help contribute to administrative law practices by submitting opinions in the public comment process for U.S. government agencies.
Tags: Administrative Law
Author: Dr. Aya Goto and Dr. Yui Yumiya
Categories: Japan Looking Ahead
Dr. Aya Goto and Dr. Yui Yumiya examine the history of Japan’s public health nursing system and its current challenges, providing lessons on how to create successful community health programs.