Author: Daniel Bob, Michael Auslin, Larry Diamond, David J. Kramer, Yasunobu Sato, Tsuneo Akaha, David I. Steinberg, Aung Din, Richard C. Kraemer, Mitsugi Endo
March 24, 2017
Cooperation to support democratic development should be an important component of the U.S.-Japan Alliance, and this volume is intended both to endorse it and to propose practical measures for both countries to take.
Author: Phyllis Genther Yoshida, PhD
Categories: Energy and Technology
Tight U.S.-Japan integration in nuclear energy means that when the Japanese industry sneezes, the U.S. industry catches a cold and vice versa. The continuing fallout from the events of March 11, 2011 and Toshiba Corporation’s financial woes signals a difficult time for the nuclear industry in both countries in 2017.
Tags: 31.1, energy, energy and technology, Fukushima, Fukushima Daiichi, Great East Japan Earthquake, industry, Nuclear energy, nuclear power, phyllis yoshida, Power, spotlight on nuclear, Technology, Toshiba, westinghouse
Author: Linton Wells II, Motohiro Tsuchiya, and Riley Repko
Cybersecurity is becoming more important to the economic, security, and social well-being of both the United States and Japan. Sasakawa USA therefore commissioned this paper to examine ways to improve cybersecurity cooperation between the two nations.
Tags: counterterrorism, cyber, cyber security, cybersecurity, cybersecurity cooperation, economic, Japan, JSDF, linton wells, linton wells ii, military, motohiro tsuchia, riley repko, us-japan cooperation
Author: Dr. Phyllis G. Yoshida
Petra Nova, a U.S.-Japan joint venture to capture carbon dioxide from coal combustion and use it for enhanced oil recovery, became operational on January 10. It is the world’s largest post-combustion plant, and one of only two commercial scale post-combustion systems on a power plant.
Author: Center for Cyber & Homeland Security
A new report from the GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security offers the most comprehensive assessment to date of the legal, policy and technological contexts that surround private sector cybersecurity and active defense measures to improve U.S. responses to evolving threats. The report draws on knowledge from a task force co-chaired by Sasakawa USA Chairman and CEO Adm. Dennis Blair and other experts in the public and private sectors who are thought leaders in technology, security, privacy, law and business.
Tags: active defense, admiral dennis blair, bud roth, center for homeland security, cyber attacks, cybersecurity, cybersecurity defenses, Defense, frank cilluffo, george washington, george washington university, gw, michael chertoff, nuala o'connor, security, william bud roth