Date: November 15, 2017
On November 15, immediately following President Trump’s first visit to Southeast Asia, Sasakawa USA hosted a public panel discussion on “Post-Summit Evaluation: The United States, Japan and Southeast Asia.”
Author: Ōba Mie
Categories: In-Depth with Nippon.com
Japan’s ties with ASEAN over the past 40-plus years have been through various changes and have been affected by the major growth of China’s presence in the region. But Japan continues to be a key partner for the association and its members. Formerly focused on economic affairs, Japan-ASEAN cooperation now extends to the political and security spheres as well.
Date: January 14, 2016
Sasakawa USA hosted a private conversation with Mr. Scot Marciel, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, on U.S.-Japan-ASEAN relations moving forward in 2016.
Ken Sofer is the Associate Director for National Security and International Policy at the Center for American Progress. He wrote this blog reflecting on a trip to Tokyo. Tokyo is an incredible, if overwhelming city. I think this trip was the first time I ever felt like I had a good understanding of the true
Author: Mainichi Shimbun
While top world leaders spent their time surrounding the G-20 and APEC meetings travelling around the region and making ties with ASEAN and other leaders, Japan’s struggle remains in Northeast Asia.
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