Chinese Competition with Japan and the U.S.: Implications for Southeast Asian Nations

On May 20th, 2020, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA (Sasakawa USA) welcomed Kyushu University Associate Professor Dr. Nobuhiro Aizawa to deliver a talk on, Chinese Competition with Japan and the U.S.: Implications for Southeast Asian Nations. Dr. Aizawa is a Japan scholar at Wilson Center, supported by Sasakawa Peace Foundation.  Vice President and Director of the East-West Center in Washington, Dr. Satu Limaye was also present to provide commentary on the issues Dr. Aizawa presented. This talk was presented through Sasakawa USA’s Policy Briefing Series and was held virtually via Zoom Webinar.

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Panel discussion focuses on methods for empowering women in developing Asian countries

Author: Zachary Shaykin

Categories: Sasakawa USA Blog

Just a day after International Women’s Day, Sasakawa USA co-hosted “U.S.-Japan Dialogue on International Development,” a public forum with The Asia Foundation on March 9, 2016, featuring prominent figures in both Japanese and U.S. civil society to discuss women’s rights and empowerment in Asia. The challenges that women face when seeking equal opportunities in the

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Thinking about Okinawa (2): The Widening Perception Gap

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This article is available through a partnership between Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA and Article was originally translated from a roundtable discussion conducted in Japanese on June 19, 2015. For original posting, click here.  The perception gap between Okinawans and mainland Japanese appears to be growing by the day as Okinawa steps up its opposition

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