The Japan Chair was established to provide a venue in Washington for the study of U.S.-Japan relations and increasing mutual understanding. As Japan's role in Asian and global affairs continues to grow, the Japan Chair is charting a new direction to define a strategic agenda for the U.S.-Japan relationship. The Japan Chair is a unique platform to raise consciousness of U.S.-Japan policy issues in a bilateral, regional and global context.
Debating Japan is a monthly forum for experts from around the world to square off on the hard decisions confronting Japan’s economy, politics and foreign policy
Strategic Japan features analysis and recommendations from Japan’s leading foreign policy scholars on regional and global challenges and the implications for the U.S.-Japan alliance.
The Asia Chessboard is a biweekly is a biweekly podcast featuring in-depth conversations with prominent strategic thinkers on Asia to examine the hard calls and consequential debates that drive U.S. policy toward the region.
On April 26, the CSIS Japan Chair hosted a discussion of Michael Green's new book, Line of Advantage: Japan’s Grand Strategy in the Era of Abe Shinzo, featuring Dr. Green and Mireya Solis and moderated by Demetri Sevastopulo.
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