Author: Juliane Doscher
Categories: Sasakawa USA Blog
On January 11, Sasakawa USA, in partnership with The Genron NPO — a Japanese think-tank dedicated to promoting democracy in Japan — hosted a public forum to present its bilateral, trilateral, and quadrilateral survey poll results for the first time in the United States. The forum was an opportunity to discuss political and diplomatic issues that will arise in Northeast Asia based on the region’s public opinions of each other.
Tags: bilateral relations, China, Dennis Blair, education, event, genron, genron npo, james schoff, Japan, Korea, poll, poll results, public opinion, public outreach, recap, richard bush, South Korea, summary, Survey, trilateral relations, yasushi kudo
Author: Tobias Harris
Categories: Japan Political Pulse
While anti-Japan sentiment in China has drawn considerable attention as a possible factor constraining Beijing’s Japan policy, less attention has been paid to deepening anti-China sentiment in Japan as a factor shaping Japan’s China policy and its politics.
Tags: Beijing, bilateral relations, China, denkaku, diaoyu, distrust, east china sea, Japan, japan-china, maritime, maritime disputes, Okinawa, opinion poll, policy, Politics, poll, public poll, Shinzo Abe
Author: South China Morning Post
Categories: In the News
Tokyo’s relationship with Beijing has fluctuated greatly in the past several years, and those tensions are likely to continue through the upcoming G20 Leaders Summit that China will host next month, Sasakawa USA’s non-resident fellow Hiroko Maeda said in an article by the South China Morning Post.
Tags: Abe, bilateral relations, china-japan, east china sea, g20, hiroko maeda, japan-china, Korea, maritime, Senkaku, senkaku islands, Shinzo Abe, south china morning post, South China Sea, South Korea, tension, Xi, Xi Jinping