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2016 US Presidential Election: Japanese Perspectives

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Leader Kazuhiro Maeshima (Professor, Faculty of Global Studies, Sophia University, USJI Operating Advisor)
Researcher Tadashi Anno (Associate Professor, Sophia University), Kevin M. Doak (Professor, Georgetown University), Michael Bailey (Georgetown University)
Term May 2016 – March 2017
Research Outline

 This project is a policy study aiming to explore current US-Japan relationship with regard to the 2016 US presidential election.
 More specifically, four scholars will examine this from their respective areas of expertise, ranging from national security and politics, to cultural significance. We will present our views to the policy community in Washington at a workshop during the USJI Week.

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