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1. Global IR Research Programme: From Perplexities to Progressions

2. Japan’s Border Measures during Covid-19: How the Crisis Shaped ‘Others’ to Protect the ‘Stability of Self’

3. Japan’s Supply Chain Policy and its Implications for South Korea

4. War with China: A View from Early 2024

5. Beyond the Quasi-Alliance? An Analysis of the Japan-Australia Special Strategic Partnership

6. Japan’s Strategic Cooperation with NATO: Connectivity between Ukraine and Taiwan Crises

7. Fossil Fuel Industry Phase-Out and Just Transition: Designing Policies to Protect Workers’ Living Standards

8. Climate Change in Japan’s New Defence and Security Strategies

9. Japan’s Carbon Neutrality and Green Growth Strategy

10. Network and Text Analysis on Digital Trade Agreements

11. A Future Projection of Post-Covid-19 in Japan: Universal Values and International Cooperation

12. Japan's New Security Strategy and the Changing Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific

13. The Technology Policies of Digital Middle Powers

14. Japan and the Pacific Islands Countries. Longstanding Strategic Interests, Recent Strategic Engagement

15. The People Powering Japan’s Startup Ecosystem

16. Evolution, not Revolution: Japan Revises Security Policy

17. Why Democracies Implement Better Climate Actions: Case Study of India, the Philippines, and Japan

18. Japan’s Gradual Move to Address Technological Challenges to Democracy

19. Japan’s Stance on North Korea’s “New Cold War” Narrative: Strengthening Japan’s Defense and Global Normative Power

20. Outsiders Wanting In: Asian States and Arctic Governance

21. The World After Taiwan’s Fall

22. South China Sea, East China Sea, and the Emerging US-Japan-Philippines Trilateral

23. The United States & Japan: Allied Against Disinformation

24. Great Power Politics: The Indo-Pacific, Southeast Asia, and the Global South

25. The Return of Shuttle Diplomacy

26. The US and Japan Build Multilateral Momentum

27. Japan and South Korea as Like-Minded Partners in the Indo-Pacific

28. Japan-China Relations: A Period of Cold Peace?

29. US-Japan Relations: Ramping Up Diplomacy and Defense Cooperation

30. Japan Matters for America/America Matters for Japan (2023)

31. Trade Balances and International Competitiveness in Cyber-physical, Digital Task-intensive, ICT Capital-intensive and Traditional Industries

32. The Quad's Next Chapter

33. Space: America's New Strategic Front Line

34. SOVEREIGNTY OVER THE PARACEL ISLANDS IN 1884-1945: AN APPROACH FROM THE RIVALRY BETWEEN FRANCE, CHINA, AND JAPAN

35. Allies Help Those Who Help Themselves: How Estonia and Japan Approach Deterrence

36. Europe’s Indo-Pacific Tilt: Estonian and Japanese Interests

37. Japan’s New National Security Strategy Is Making Waves

38. Success in the Struggle against the People's Republic of China

39. Strengthening the Shield: Japan’s Defense Transformation and the U.S.-Japan Alliance

40. What Japanese Tourism Amenities are Influenced in Terms of Affecting Inbound Tourist Demand?

41. The COVID-19 Pandemic and World Machinery Trade Network

42. Russia-Ukraine War Compels Japan to Reassess China Challenge, Shift Course on Security

43. China’s Interests in North Korean Denuclearization: Reducing the Northeast Asian Security Dilemma

44. The Deficiency of Disparity: The Limits of Systemic Theory and the Need for Strategic Studies in Power Transition Theory

45. Tritium Troubles: The Politics of Fukushima’s Treated Water Release in the Asia-Pacific and Beyond

46. Japan’s New Trade Strategy Focuses on Supply Chain Resilience and Trade Liberalization

47. Economic Cooperation Policies of China, Japan and India towards South Asia and Their Implications for Korea

48. Adaptation of Law and Policy in an Aged Society: Guardianship Law and People’s Behavioural Pattern

49. Public Interest and State Legitimation: Early Modern England, Japan, and China–Book Talk, Wenkai He

50. Japan’s Role in Indo-Pacific Security

51. Book Launch & Talk: Japan’s Quiet Leadership: Reshaping the Indo-Pacific

52. Why will Indonesia become more important and what does that mean for Japan and the US?

53. Book Talk with Jessamyn Abel, Author of "Dream Super-Express"

54. To the Brighter Side. New Tendencies in Erecting Statues of Bodhisattva Jizō in Japanese Buddhist Temples

55. Introducing the Research Project “Sacred Narrative – The Political Dimension of Japanese Mythology"

56. Starr Forum | Reinventing Japan...Again?

57. Reverse Modernization Analysis: Exploring a History of How Vested Interests Were Politically Marginalized before Modern Economic Development

58. Challenges for Feminist-Informed Foreign Policy: Militarisation and Australia’s engagements via AUKUS and NATO

59. Korean Newspapers, Korean Sovereignty over Dokdo and Ulleungdo, and Early Japanese Intrusions

60. China’s Role in Korean Security Issues

61. South Korea’s Place in the Indo-Pacific: A Research Showcase for Pacific Forum’s Korea Foundation Fellows

62. Trouble on the Rocks: US Policy in East China Sea and South China Sea Disputes

63. Japanese Non-State Actors’ Under-Recognised Contributions to the International Anti-Nuclear Weapons Movement

64. A pillar of stability in an unstable world

65. Japan and the War in Ukraine

66. Japan’s Expanded Regional Security Role: The Challenge of China

67. Japan's "Economic Security" Measures

68. NATO's Asia-Pacific Partners & Their Ukraine Response: Why Global Partnerships Matter for America

69. US-Japan Development Cooperation for Stability and Prosperity in the Pacific Islands Region

70. "Sugihara Chiune and the Soviet Union: New Documents, New Perspectives" by David Wolff

71. Japan on the Front Line

72. Prospects for Japan's National Security Policy in 2022 and the US-Japan Alliance

73. Family and Inequality: “Diverging Destinies” in Japan

74. Japan’s National Economic Security Strategy and Implications for Korea

75. Convince and Coerce: U.S. Interference in Technology Exchanges Between its Allies and China

76. EU – Pacific Talks: Japan – V4 Relations – More Central but Still European

77. EU- Pacific talks: U.S.-Japan relations - new leaders, new chance to restore the old relationship

78. EU – Pacific Talks: H2 – Hydrogen Hype

79. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) through economic diplomacy strategy. Study of Indonesia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement

80. Operationalizing the Quad

81. Japan and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

82. COVID-19, Telework Patterns Within a City, and Changes in Urban Structure – Preliminary Findings

83. Estimating Japan’s Return on Investment from an Ambitious Program to Incentivize New Antibiotics

84. The Future of the Quad and the Emerging Architecture in the Indo-Pacific

85. COVID-19 and the Health of Banking Sector in Japan and South Korea: A Comparative Study

86. Aiming for a Quasi-alliance

87. Organized Shinto’s Efforts to Restore the Imperial Rescript on Education in Postwar Japan

88. Religion and Politics in Japan after the Abe Assassination

89. The Pacific caught in the World Wide Web? Geopolitics of submarine cables in Oceania

90. Nuclear energy in a low-carbon future: Implications for the United States and Japan

91. A next-generation agenda for US-ROK-Japan cooperation

92. Japan Focuses Policy on Economic Security

93. Tokyo’s View on the Korean Peninsula and Regional Security

94. President Yoon's Trip to Madrid: Rethinking Seoul's Policies toward Moscow, Beijing, Tokyo, and Pyongyang

95. Abe Shinzo: In Memoriam

96. An Alliance Renewed? Future-proofing U.S.-Japan Security Relations

97. Japan: Defense Planning in Transition: Country Report From the Project “Risk Reduction and Arms Control in the Asia-Pacific Region”

98. Strengthening Japan-ROK Relations: The Prime Time to Rebuild Relations Through Young Parliamentary Diplomacy

99. After Hegemony: Japan’s role and dilemma in maintaining the rules-based order

100. The Impact of COVID-19 on Global Production Networks: Evidence from Japanese Multinational Firms