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Research Theme

The U.S.-Japan Research Institute conducts research and promotes findings related to global problem-solving and policy recommendations for the three key themes of Environment/Energy, Security and Regional Cooperation/Integration.

Environment/Energy

Research Projects
Polar ice sheet break up and effects on algae

Leader:
Iwane Suzuki (Professor, University of Tsukuba)

Kazuo Matsushita
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USJI Voice Vol.28

Paris Agreement: Accelerating toward Decarbonized Society

Kazuo Matsushita(Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University)

Research Projects
Environment and Resource Management for the United States and Japan

Leader:
Masahiko Gemma (Waseda Universiry)

Security Treaty

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USJI Voice Vol.35

Deciphering North Korea’s Dialog Offensive

Atsuhito Isozaki(Associate Professor, Keio University)

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USJI Voice Vol.34

Japan's Anti-Terrorism Legal Framework and Its Future Direction

Hideyuki Ohsawa(Professor, Keio University)

Rumi Aoyama
USJI Voice
USJI Voice Vol.31

Xi Jinping’s Political Gamble: Searching for a New Governance Model

Rumi Aoyama(Professor, Waseda University)

Regional Cooperation/Integration

Research Projects
Toward Reconciliation and Sustainable Development

Leader:
Naoyuki Umemori(Professor, Waseda University)

Research Projects
Trump’s Bilateralism: US Trade Policy in Northeast Asia

Leader:
Takashi Terada(Doshisha University)

Kenji Iwata
USJI Voice
USJI Voice Vol.30

Considering the “White Paper on the Future of Europe” ― Designing Systems with Clear Distinctions

Kenji Iwata(Director, EU Centre, Kyushu University / Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Kyushu University / President, European Union Studies Association Japan)

Others

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USJI Voice Vol.36

What Can Politics Do? What Can Religions Do?

David Wessels(Professor, Sophia University)

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USJI Voice
USJI Voice Vol.35

Deciphering North Korea’s Dialog Offensive

Atsuhito Isozaki(Associate Professor, Keio University)

Hideyuki_Ohsawa_USJI_Voice
USJI Voice
USJI Voice Vol.34

Japan's Anti-Terrorism Legal Framework and Its Future Direction

Hideyuki Ohsawa(Professor, Keio University)

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