U.S.-Japan Research Institute(USJI)

U.S.-Japan Research Institute(USJI) To strengthen the U.S.-Japan relationship. USJI forms an intellectual community that influences the decision-making of the top leaders in the U.S.

and Japan, and encourages mutual understanding between the two countries.

and Japan, and encourages mutual understanding between the two countries.

Operating as usual

We will hold the last symposium, titled "The next ten years surrounding US-Japan Relationship" on March 18 and have exce...
03/03/2021
U.S.-Japan Research Institute Last Symposium (USJI)

We will hold the last symposium, titled "The next ten years surrounding US-Japan Relationship" on March 18 and have excellent speakers who have been engaged in and contributed to the activities of USJI. We will end its activities at the end of March in 2021, so this is the last event. Please register and join it!
http://www.us-jpri.org/symposium2021/en/

At this Symposium, lectures will be given by panelists and speakers from various fields such as companies, governments, and universities who have created and supported USJI. Discussions will be held from three perspectives: politics, economy, and higher education, with the theme of the next ten year...

09/03/2020

We will hold the following webinar, titled "The Covid-19 Pandemic: Human Rights and Public Health in Japan and the United States" on September 11. Given the current social situation, human rights and public health have been becoming more important. Please register and join it!
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/seminar

We will hold the following webinar, titled "Higher Education in the Post-COVID-19 Pandemic Era: Weighing the Benefits an...
08/17/2020
Higher Education in the Post-COVID-19 Pandemic Era: Weighing the Benefits and Challenges of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)/Virtual Learning | U.S.-Japan Research Institute

We will hold the following webinar, titled "Higher Education in the Post-COVID-19 Pandemic Era: Weighing the Benefits and Challenges of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)/Virtual Learning" on August 27. Given the current social situation, COIL system has various possibilities for creating virtual spaces of international learning. Please register and join it!
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/seminar

As higher education takes an important role to establish a new sense of normalcy following the COVID-19 pandemic, many higher education institutions have introduced online learning for the first time and are exploring different methods of its delivery.

BTG program 2019 Day 10!
02/26/2019

BTG program 2019 Day 10!

Week 2 of #TOMODACHI kicked off with students hard at work developing their group projects, which will be presented this Friday to a panel of three judges selected by the U.S.-Japan Council, the U.S.-Japan Research Institute, and The Washington Center. #TWCSpring19

USJI Week 2019  February26-March12Now, Registration opened!Meet the speakers from U.S. and Japan! No particiation fee fo...
02/08/2019

USJI Week 2019 February26-March12

Now, Registration opened!
Meet the speakers from U.S. and Japan!
No particiation fee for the events.
http://www.us-jpri.org/category/week

06/27/2018
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BTG修了生:2013年度(2012年2月のプログラム)~2016年度(2017年2月のプログラム)参加の皆様へ
 ※2017年度参加者は別途所属大学からご案内致します。

Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG)への
ご参加からしばらく経ちますが、
いかがお過ごしでしょうか。

以下のとおり、これまでUSJIの活動に
携わった方々をお招きし、懇親会を開催いたします。
BTGをはじめ過去のUSJI各事業に参加した
学生・卒業生・研究者等の他、
活動のご支援をいただいている企業の方々との
交流の場ともなりますので、ぜひご出席ください。
 
【開催日時】
2018年9月14日(金)18:00-19:30(参加費不要)

【会場】
早稲田大学 早稲田キャンパス 
大隈会館(20号館)1階「楠亭」
https://www.waseda.jp/top/access/waseda-campus
(キーワードで「大隈会館」を検索)

ご出欠につきまして、下のフォームを[email protected] まで
ご返信する形でお送りいただければ幸いです。

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報告会への参加者も懇親会へ出席する予定です。

ご不明な点やご要望等がございましたらお知らせください。
今後ともどうぞよろしくお願いいたします。

#tomodachi

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/30/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

The last participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation: Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program we're featuring is Misono Ishii from Kyoto University. We're so proud of all of the #TOMODACHI program participants, and we wish you the absolute best in the future!

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/30/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

Our second-to-last feature participant of the Building the #TOMODACHI Generation: Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program is Natsuki Terashima from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University!

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/29/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

The second Building the #TOMODACHI Generation: Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program participant we're spotlighting today is Takae Kumagai from The University of Tokyo / UTokyo.

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/29/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

Although the #TOMODACHI participants returned to Japan over the weekend, we're still excited to feature a few more students. Today we're spotlighting Makoto Kimura who attends KYUSHU University!

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/28/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

Our second feature of the day is Mana Kanaizumi who is a participant in the Building the #TOMODACHI Generation Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program. Mana attends the University of Tsukuba.

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/28/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

Rei Yokozeki is our first Building the #TOMODACHI Generation Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program feature from Sophia University!

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).  The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers ...
03/27/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

The second Building the #TOMODACHI Generation: Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program participant we're featuring today is Mayuko Takamura from The University of Tokyo / UTokyo!

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).  The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers ...
03/27/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

The first participant from Building the #TOMODACHI Generation Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program that we're featuring is Mina Okada from Doshisha University.

03/20/2018
Event 5: Interpreting the 2017 House of Representatives Election of Japan

【Event 5 video now available! 】
The footage of the USJI Week Feb-March 2018, Event 5 is now uploaded on YouTube. Please click on the link below for our videos. We hope you will enjoy them!

https://youtu.be/MD-qpFRF1C8

Interpreting the 2017 House of Representatives Election of Japan (USJI Week Event 5)

http://www.us-jpri.org/week/usji-week-feb-mar-2018#event5

Moderator / Discussant
Michael A. Bailey (Interim Dean, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University)

Speakers
Aiji Tanaka (President, USJI / Professor, Waseda University)
Sherry L. Martin (Foreign Affairs Research Analyst, United States Department of State)

Co-hosted by
McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
TGU Center for Positive/Empirical Analyses of Political Economy, Waseda University

USJI Week Feb & Mar 2018 http://www.us-jpri.org/week/usji-week-feb-mar-2018#event5 Event 5: Interpreting the 2017 House of Representatives Election of Japan ...

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).  The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers ...
03/20/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

The second participant of the Building the #TOMODACHI Generation Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program we're featuring today is Shiori Tanaka from 慶應義塾 / Keio University.

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/20/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

Our first feature of the day is Ryoko Shibata, a student at 慶應義塾 / Keio University, who's a participant in the Building the #TOMODACHI Generation Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program.

03/19/2018
Event 4: Searching for the social condition toward the reconciliation among East Asian nations

【Event4 video now available! 】

The footage of the USJI Week Feb-March 2018, Event4 is now uploaded on YouTube. Please click on the link below for our videos. We hope you will enjoy them!
https://youtu.be/D4CHYJAK_JA

Searching for the social condition toward the reconciliation among East Asian nations: Historical burdens and the adaptability of conflict resolution studies in East Asia (USJI Week Event4)
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/week#event4

Speakers
Toyomi Asano (Professor, Waseda University)
Naoyuki Umemori (Professor, Waseda University)

Commentators
Jordan Sand (Professor, Georgetown University)
Yang Daquing (Associate Professor, The George Washington University)
Mike Mochizuki (Associate Professor, The George Washington University)

Co-hosted by
Georgetown University
Global Asia Studies, Waseda Universtiy

USJI Week Feb & Mar 2018 http://www.us-jpri.org/en/week/usji-week-feb-mar-2018#event4 Event 4: Searching for the social condition toward the reconciliation a...

【Event2 video now available! 】The footage of the USJI Week Feb-March 2018, Event2 is now uploaded on YouTube. Please cli...
03/16/2018
USJI Week Feb-Mar 2018 | 日米研究インスティテュート

【Event2 video now available! 】

The footage of the USJI Week Feb-March 2018, Event2 is now uploaded on YouTube. Please click on the link below for our videos. We hope you will enjoy them!
https://youtu.be/b7OWUl3bOX0

Achieving the Health and Education Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – Exploring Japan-US Partnerships for Human Development (USJI Week Event2)
http://www.us-jpri.org/week/usji-week-feb-mar-2018#event2

Speakers
Yasushi Katsuma (Professor, Waseda University)

Hidechika Akashi (Director, Department of Global Network and Partnership, Bureau of International Health Cooperation, National Center for global Health and Medicine (NCGM))

Lawrence Gostin (Professor, Georgetown University/Faculty Director, O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law)

Kazuo Kuroda (Professor, Waseda University)

James Williams (UNESCO Chair, International Education for Development/Professor, George Washington University)

Co-hosted by
Global Asia Studies, Waseda University
The O’Neil Institute of National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University
UNESCO Chair in International Education for Development, George Washington University
The Institute for Global Health Policy Research (iGHP), the National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan
Waseda University Institute for Asia-Pacific Studies

US relations with Russia have become a major focus in Washington following the election of President Trump. US-Russian relations had been on ice since the crisis in Ukraine, and while it was widely believed that the election of Trump would offer the possibility for a reset, this has not been forthco...

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/16/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

The second #TOMODACHI participant we're featuring today is Akiyuki Yumoto from Kyoto University.

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG). The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers f...
03/16/2018

Participant of the Building the TOMODACHI Generation (BTG).
The Washington Center (TWC) and the USJI are co-organizers for BTG.
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/btg

Every day this week we'll be featuring two Japanese participants from the Building the TOMODACHI Generation Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program. Our first feature is Sara Yamasaki from Waseda University! #TOMODACHI

Deciphering North Korea’s Dialog Offensive (USJI Voice Vol.35)by Atsuhito Isozaki (Associate Professor, Keio University)...
03/14/2018
USJI Voice Vol.35 | U.S.-Japan Research Institute

Deciphering North Korea’s Dialog Offensive (USJI Voice Vol.35)
by Atsuhito Isozaki (Associate Professor, Keio University)

Information necessary for deciphering the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) is woefully scant. Today’s near absence of conclusive evidence regarding the real character of Kim Jong-un as the Chairman of the State Affairs Commission (SAC) and the country’s policymaking process makes it important to examine messages released by the North itself. The author has been interested in the boundary between what can and cannot be unraveled by scrutinizing Rodong Sinmun as the official newspaper of the Worker’s Party of Korea. By no means does the author consider such a North Korean version of Kremlinology to be a versatile research technique.

Read more...
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/voice/usji-voice-vol-35

Information necessary for deciphering the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) is woefully scant. Today’s near absence of conclusive evidence regarding the real character of Kim Jong-un as the Chairman of the State Affairs Commission (SAC) and the country’s policymaking process ...

Event video now available! Russia in the US-Japan Alliance? Beyond Chinese and North Korean Challenges (USJI Week Event ...
03/14/2018
USJI Week Feb-Mar 2018 | U.S.-Japan Research Institute

Event video now available!
Russia in the US-Japan Alliance? Beyond Chinese and North Korean Challenges (USJI Week Event 1)
http://www.us-jpri.org/en/week/usji-week-feb-mar-2018#event1

Moderator:
Edward Boyle (Assistant Professor, Kyushu University)

Opening Remarks:
Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera (Associate Professor, George Mason University)

Speakers:
Akihiro Iwash*ta (Professor, Kyushu University/ Hokkaido University)

Matthew Rojansky (Director, Kennan Institute)

Paul J. Saunders (Executive Director, Center for the National Interest)

Yong-Chool Ha (Professor, University of Washington)

US relations with Russia have become a major focus in Washington following the election of President Trump. US-Russian relations had been on ice since the crisis in Ukraine, and while it was widely believed that the election of Trump would offer the possibility for a reset, this has not been forthco...

トランプ時代の移民政策と日本(USJI Voice Vol.37)南川 文里(立命館大学 教授)ドナルド・トランプ政権が、発足後最初の1年間に熱心に取り組んできた政策の1つとして、移民政策が挙げられる。出馬時から繰り返された反移民発言と「壁...
02/21/2018
USJI Voice Vol.37 | 日米研究インスティテュート

トランプ時代の移民政策と日本(USJI Voice Vol.37)
南川 文里(立命館大学 教授)

ドナルド・トランプ政権が、発足後最初の1年間に熱心に取り組んできた政策の1つとして、移民政策が挙げられる。出馬時から繰り返された反移民発言と「壁」の建設に象徴される閉鎖的な政策提案は、1人の実業家を大統領選挙の主役へと押し上げた。就任後に次々と署名された大統領命令は、中東諸国からの移民・難民の入国規制、米墨国境における「壁」の設置、非合法移民取締りへの州・地方の動員、「聖域都市」への連邦補助金の停止など、選挙時の主張をほぼ反映させたものであった。これらの大統領命令の多くは、司法の判断によって差し止めや限定的な執行にとどまっているが、新政権の反移民の姿勢は、米国への人の移動を抑制しているようだ。

続きはこちらから…
http://www.us-jpri.org/voice/usji-voice-vol-37

ドナルド・トランプ政権が、発足後最初の1年間に熱心に取り組んできた政策の1つとして、移民政策が挙げられる。出馬時から繰り返された反移民発言と「壁」の建設に象徴される閉鎖的な政策提案は、1人の実業家を大...

2018 USJI Week Events Registrations now open!STUDENTS ONLY!Student Workshop Event: Japan and Indo-Pacific Strategy: How ...
02/20/2018
Student Workshops | U.S.-Japan Research Institute

2018 USJI Week Events Registrations now open!
STUDENTS ONLY!

Student Workshop Event:
Japan and Indo-Pacific Strategy: How can the US cooperate?
Date / Time: Mar. 5 (Mon.) 6:00pm-7:30pm

Venue: 1901 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 801, Washington, DC 20006

Speaker:
Takashi Terada / USJI Operating Advisor & Professor, Doshisha University
Co-hosted by Zaron

http://www.us-jpri.org/en/workshop

Register here: http://www.us-jpri.org/en/regiform-studentws

Student study groups are held which afford students the opportunity to hear from, and engage in discussion with, think tank scholars, employees of local Japanese subsidiaries, researchers at USJI-sponsoring universities and others working at the forefront of research and business.

2018 USJI Week Events Registrations now open! Event 5: Interpreting the 2017 House of Representative Election of JapanDa...
02/20/2018
USJI Week Feb-Mar 2018 | U.S.-Japan Research Institute

2018 USJI Week Events Registrations now open!

Event 5: Interpreting the 2017 House of Representative Election of Japan

Date / Time: Mar. 2 (Fri.) 1:00p.m.-3:00p.m.

Venue: The McCourt School Conference Room, Old North 205, Georgetown University
37th and O Streets, N.W., Washington D.C. 20057

Moderator/Discussant:
Michael A. Bailey / Interim Dean, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

Speakers:
Aiji Tanaka / President, USJI & Professor, Waseda University
Sherry L. Martin / Foreign Affairs Research Analyst, United States Department of State

Co-hosted by:
McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
TGU Center for Positive/Empirical Analyses of Political Economy, Waseda University

http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/week#event5

US relations with Russia have become a major focus in Washington following the election of President Trump. US-Russian relations had been on ice since the crisis in Ukraine, and while it was widely believed that the election of Trump would offer the possibility for a reset, this has not been forthco...

2018 USJI Week Events Registrations now open! Event 2: Achieving the Health and Education Sustainable Development Goals ...
02/13/2018
USJI Week Feb-Mar 2018 | U.S.-Japan Research Institute

2018 USJI Week Events Registrations now open!

Event 2: Achieving the Health and Education Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – Exploring Japan-US Partnerships for Human Development
Date / Time: Feb. 27 (Tue.) 2:00p.m.-3:30p.m.
Venue: USJI Office Seminar Room (2000M), 2000 M Street, B1, Washington D.C. 20006

Speakers:
Yasushi Katsuma / Professor, Waseda University
Hidechika Akashi / Director, Department of Global Network and Partnership, Bureau of International Health Cooperation, National Center for global Health and Medicine (NCGM)
Lawrence Gostin / Professor, Georgetown University & Faculty Director, O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law
Kazuo Kuroda / Professor, Waseda University
James Williams / UNESCO Chair, International Education for Development & Professor, George Washington University

Co-hosted by:
Global Asia Studies, Waseda University
The O’Neil Institute of National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University
UNESCO Chair in International Education for Development, George Washington University
Waseda University Institute for Asia-Pacific Studies

http://www.us-jpri.org/en/category/week#event2

US relations with Russia have become a major focus in Washington following the election of President Trump. US-Russian relations had been on ice since the crisis in Ukraine, and while it was widely believed that the election of Trump would offer the possibility for a reset, this has not been forthco...

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拙宅が放火された当時ラゴスの日本国名誉領事だったウド・ウドマ弁護士 …. 1. Barrister Udoma Udo Udoma, Honorable Consul for Japan then, Director in Union Bank/Union Assurance (suddenly became Ensure)-that trickily collected our claim for arson in 2012. Currently he is one of the ministers in the Buhari Administration. 2. Udoma was behind the Akwa Ibom housemaid, a Redeemed Christian Church member, who broke our rules and brought poison into our house; she was caught and sacked. Redeemed Church members quickly diverted and conspired with our neighbor and plotted Acetylene gas in the demarcation wall and chemicals on our ceiling to murder us in early January 2012; so that our company’s name they used to collect 2.4 billion naira GT Bank fraud loan will not be exposed. In conjunction with Lagos State Attorney General, Governor Ambode who is a Redeemed Church member, is still delaying to pay for our goods they broke and collected from our rented warehouse in their desperation to send Anacho to grave after they failed with the arson. 3. Udoma was behind Union Bank and Union Assurance putting pressure on us to bring our bill without allowing Festac Police to finish the investigation. Udoma also blocked the Police and Fire Service from telling us the actual meaning of the hole in the demarcation wall between our house and the arsonist’s; whereas it is our right to know the truth without struggling for it. Upon our seriousness to know, the only words the IPO told us, that if we knew the meaning of the hole we would sink Lagos; that Fire Service is going to shock us in the law court with the meaning. Little did he know that they were going to murder him before the court, which we later discovered that the hole was where Acetylene gas passed to spread fire into our rooms. We gave them the bill based on our evidence of arson. 4. Udoma collected our bill from Union Bank and Union Assurance and saw the list of important properties that some are hardly negotiable for money; which I, Anacho and Michiko, acquired in Den-en-chōfu, Ota-ku, Tokyo were we lived and gave birth to our three children. Udoma took this our list and did something terrible under the watch of Dasuki and Goodluck Jonathan’s administration. Jonathan Goodluck who tried to hide some of their evil under his carpet. But Buhari blew them off. Udoma lived in Ikoyi where bulk money, that the amount is close to our claim at the exchange rate of 2012-2014 which is not supposed to be in a house, has been discovered recently (first of its kind). Udoma, Union Bank and insurance hid what they Kindly click the picture or URL read up to paragraph ten (10) 日本for Great Trump/ Great Shinzo Abe/ Great Xi Jinping and all high, Radio, Social Media, TV, G7, G20, AU, EU, UN, NGO, ICC action.. https://www.facebook.com/anachonnojap/photos/pcb.1481249785273335/1481246165273697/?type=3&theatera.