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101. Demand and Supply Shocks of COVID-19 and International Production Networks: Evidence from Japan’s Machinery Trade

102. Demand and Supply Shocks of COVID-19 and International Production Networks: Evidence from Japan’s Machinery Trade

103. Demand and Supply Shocks of COVID-19 and International Production Networks: Evidence from Japan’s Machinery Trade

104. East Asian Integration and Its Main Challenge: NTMs in Australia, China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, and New Zealand

105. Identifying the Impact of Supply Chain Disruption Caused by COVID-19 on Manufacturing Production in Japan

106. Shaping the Indo-Pacific? Japan and Europeanisation

107. Medical Security, Covid Challenge and the U.S. - Japan Alliance

108. US, Japan, and South Korea Coordination Key to Competing in Southeast Asia

109. Americans, Japanese, and South Koreans Wary of China's Intentions

110. EU – Japan Economic Partnership Agreement: Strengthening economic ties as a way out of recession

111. Quad Economy and Technology Task Force Report

112. So Far, Yet So Close: Japanese and Estonian Cybersecurity Policy Perspectives and Cooperation

113. Positive Visions, Powerful Partnerships: The Keys to Competing with China in a Post-Pandemic Indo-Pacific

114. Japan’s Role in India’s Infrastructure Journey: ODA, Technology, and Partnership for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals

115. Japan, Hikari Kikan, and Subhash Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army: The Defining, Yet Unfinished 1940s Connect

116. Elevating the Australia-Japan Strategic Partnership to “a new level”: challenges and responses

117. Answering Beijing’s Growing Assertiveness beyond the Senkakus: Balancing Japan-China Relations

118. Strategic Annual Report 2020

119. Rethinking Human Security amid the Coronavirus Crisis: Thoughts on Japan's Contributions During and After the Pandemic

120. Japan's Leadership on Aging Societies

121. The New Taiwan Clause: Taiwan and the Security of Japan

122. Europe should not neglect its capital markets union

123. To Beat China On Tech In Emerging Markets, Learn From It: Competing with China on 5G and future technologies

124. ASPI - Embassy of Japan 1.5 Track Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Space

125. Japan's Foreign Policy Under Kishida

126. U.S. Security Ties With Korea and Japan: Getting Beyond Deterrence

127. Kishida’s Onerous Task After the General Election: The Promotion of Democracy in Domestic and World Politics

128. The China Challenge Prompts Recovery of a Strained ROK-Japan Relations: Analyzing ROK-Japan Relations Through the 9th Joint Korea-Japan Public Opinion Survey

129. Advancing a Rules-based Maritime Order in the Indo-Pacific

130. 21st Century Technologies, Geopolitics, and the US-Japan Alliance: Recognizing Game-changing Potential

131. Fourth Industrial Revolution in Japan: Technology to Address Social Challenges

132. Buddhism and the Question of Relationality in International Relations

133. Partisan Biases in U.S.‐Japan Relations

134. Biden Must Assist Japan and South Korea with the History Issue

135. A U.S.‐Japan Dual‐Citizen Arrangement Can Benefit Both Countries

136. Increasing Support for U.S.‐Japan Alliance in Okinawa is Not a Pipedream

137. The United States and Japan Should Cooperate to Include India in Indo‐Pacific Economic Governance

138. Japan Can Remain an Important U.S. Ally Despite Demographic Challenges

139. The U.S.‐Japan Relationship: Modeling New Frontiers in Subnational Diplomacy

140. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Political Warfare and Propaganda

141. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Special Issue on Strategic Culture

142. Pugwash Note on Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone

143. Japan on the Borderlines: Is Japan Still a Civilian Power?

144. From Panda to Dragon: An Analysis of China’s Maritime Actions and Reactions in the East China Sea and Their Implications since 2012

145. New Frontiers for Security Cooperation with Seoul and Tokyo

146. Overheating debate: Why not in Japan?

147. Abe Shinzo: Diplomat-in-Chief

148. Mobilizing Resources and Signaling Intentions: a Neoclassical Realist Analysis of Japan’s Domestic and International Instrumentalization of the Senkaku Islands Dispute and China’s Maritime Assertiveness

149. Northeast Asia Defense Transparency Index 2020-21

150. Japan, Parasitology, and Framing Developmental Ambitions

151. Mobility and Empire in Japanese History

152. Japan's 2021 Elections: What to Watch For

153. Japan's 2021 Elections: What Happened, What's Next?

154. A High-Tech Alliance: Challenges and Opportunities for U.S.-Japan Science and Technology Collaboration

155. The Clash of Japan’s FOIP and China’s BRI?

156. The image of Chinese and Japanese Theatre in selected popular and artistic press printed in Poland in 1930s

157. Takeaways From a Time of Increased Friction: South Korea-Japan Security Cooperation From 2015 to Present

158. Five Insights into the ‘Comfort Women’ Protest Movement in South Korea: 2018-2020

159. Can the Biggest Emitters Set Up a Climate Club? A Review of International Carbon Pricing Debates

160. Takeaways From a Time of Increased Friction: South Korea-Japan Security Cooperation From 2015 to Present

161. The Pandemic and its Impact on the South Korea-Japan Identity Clash

162. The Pandemic as a Geopolitical Game Changer in the Indo-Pacific: The View from Japan

163. The Big Squeeze: Japanese Supply Chains and Great Power Competition

164. Enhancing US-Japan cooperation on global supply chains

165. EU – Japan Strategic dialogue: climate change cooperation as a pathway to the future

166. What the Quad Is, Is Not, and Should Not Be

167. Japan’s Trade Policy in the Midst of Uncertainty

168. Japan and the Visegrad 4: The Unsensational Strategic Partners

169. Mining and R&D of Rare Earth Elements: Prospects, Challenges, and Avenues for Indo-Japan Partnership

170. Searching for a middle path: ASEAN and the “Indo Pacific”

171. Institutionalizing Defense Cooperation Agreements: A Contextual Study of India & Japan’s First 2+2 Foreign & Defense Ministerial Meet

172. Japan and the Indian Ocean Region: Engagement for Capacity-Building, Regional Security, and Ports Development

173. Tariffs and Monetary Policy: A Toxic Mix

174. Emerging technologies and the future of US-Japan defense collaboration

175. Democracy under siege: Advancing cooperation and common values in the Indo-Pacific

176. C-Suite Challenge™ 2020: Japan Edition

177. Challenges and Responses to COVID-19: Experience from Asia

178. New Zealand Picks up on the Indo-Pacific

179. WTO Industrial Subsidy Regulation: US-EU-Japan Joint Statement of January 2020 and Afterwards

180. A Peace Regime for the Korean Peninsula

181. The “Indo-Pacific” Concept: Geographical Adjustments and their Implications

182. The New “Rare Metal Age”: New Challenges and Implications of Critical Raw Materials Supply Security in the 21st Century

183. Maritime Issues in the Indo-Pacific: Building a Shared Vision of "Free and Open"

184. Understanding and Reducing Military Vulnerabilities of Civilian Nuclear Plants: The Case for the Northeast Asia

185. What might have been: Globalization on the medal stand at the Tokyo Olympics

186. The Diplomatic Conflict between South Korea and Japan: Has the Candlelight Revolution become the Curse of Liberal Democracy?

187. Is Japan the “Britain” of East Asia? A Geopolitical Analysis of Japan’s Long-term Strategy on the Korean Peninsula

188. Spring 2020 edition of Contemporary Eurasia

189. Labour Market Impacts of Import Penetration from China and Regional Trade Agreement Partners: The Case of Japan

190. Economic Damage from Natural Hazards and Local Disaster Management Plans in Japan and Thailand

191. Robotics Technology and Firm-level Employment Adjustment in Japan

192. Restoring Strategic Competence: How to Manage Northeast Asian Alliance Dilemmas amid a Nuclear North Korea

193. The Butterfly Effect: Why does Eastern Europe matter to Japan?

194. Looking West. The Rise of Asia in the Middle East

195. Blue Economies of the Indian Ocean Region: Japan’s Role in Transition to Sustainable Development and Growth

196. Why Canada Must Embrace a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

197. Japan at a Political and Strategic Crossroads: Complex Strategic Choices and a Balancing Act?

198. U.S. Dynamic Force Employment and the Pandemic: Implications for the U.S.-Japan Alliance

199. China’s Response to Climate Change: A Study in Contrasts and a Policy at a Crossroads

200. Supporting full participation of mothers in the labour market: Childcare-related leave policy lessons from East Asian economies