For sustainable forest management activities under the supervision of the Model Forest Promotion Division of Kyoto Prefecture
USJI Week will be held in Washington, D.C. from February 26 to March 6, 2018.
What Can Politics Do? What Can Religions Do?
David Wessels(Professor, Sophia University)
The purpose of these remarks is to look at international politics and U.S.-Japan relations from the ...
Japan's Anti-Terrorism Legal Framework and Its Future Direction
Hideyuki Ohsawa(Professor, Keio University)
Japan has not yet experienced international terrorism, this being a frequent occurrence in Europe an...
The Trump administration has employed ‘America First’ as its defining electoral and governing slogan...
Takashi Terada（Doshisha University）
2017CSPC: Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress
Miki Kadota, Keio University
Ryu Nagae, The University of Tokyo
Minami Kurokami, Waseda University
The future of the Japan-U.S. relationship in light of the two nations’ domestic politics
Satoshi Machidori(Professor, Kyoto University)
U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Japan has ended without major mishaps. The two nations...
The 2017 Japanese General Election and Public Constraints on Constitutional Revision
Takeshi Iida(Associate Professor, Doshisha University)
The 2017 Japanese general election was a huge victory for the ruling coalition of the Liberal Democr...
The issue is urgent as the mass of ice (the size of Wales) has both exposed fresh sea floor and has ...
Iwane Suzuki (Professor, University of Tsukuba)