FGFJ Diet Task Force Visit to Indonesia and Timor-Leste
September 5–11, 2016 | Indonesia and Timor-Leste
Four members of JCIE’s Friends of the Global Fund Japan (FGFJ) Diet Task Force visited Indonesia and Timor-Leste to see first-hand how Japan’s support for the Global Fund is making an impact in the fi…
40th Year of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation Commemorative Public Seminar
November 11, 2013 | Tokyo
In 2012, JCIE worked with the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Jakarta to launch a new project intended to compile policy recommendations on the ASEAN-Japan Strategic Partnership…
Strategic Assistance: Disaster Relief and Asia-Pacific Stability | Workshop I
September 12–13, 2013 | Washington, DC
A Washington DC workshop held as part of the Strategic Assistance Project, a collaborative research project of the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) and JCIE, discussed how to develop an allianc…
Asia Pacific Agenda Project | Bali Forum 2006
November 27–28, 2006 | Bali
The 12th APAP Forum was held in Bali on November 27–28, 2006, and focused on the trilateral relationship that is emerging among three main pillars of global governance—East Asia, North America, and Eu…
ASEAN-Japan Young Leaders Workshop | ASEAN-Japan Cooperation: A Foundation for East Asian Community
April 19–20, 2004 | Tokyo, Japan
In collaboration with the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta (CSIS) and the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, JCIE conducted a workshop aimed at promoting cooperation between Japan and t…
Navigating Change: ASEAN-Japan Strategic Partnership in East Asia and in Global Governance
Rizal Sukma and Yoshihide Soeya, eds.
In preparation for the Japan-ASEAN Ministerial meetings, Navigating Change proposes ways in which strategic partnerships between ASEAN and Japan can help to create a more stable East Asia, as well as…
Asia on the Move: Regional Migration and the Role of Civil Society
Mely Caballero-Anthony and Toshihiro Menu, eds.
Experts analyze migration trends in China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia; government efforts to manage this movement; and the role of NGOs in helping to protect migrants and to harness migration to…
Forging a Common Regional Approach to China
Hitoshi Tanaka, Senior Fellow, JCIE
This issue discusses the importance of a coordinated response to the challenges that accompany China’s rapid and unprecedented economic growth.
Beyond 2015: ASEAN-Japan Strategic Partnership for Democracy, Peace, and Prosperity in Southeast Asia
Rizal Sukma and Yoshihide Soeya, eds.
This report, based on the study conducted to reexamine and redefine the strategic value of ASEAN-Japan cooperation, offers recommendations for such cooperation and integration among ASEAN countries.
Strong ASEAN-Japan Ties Important to Global Stability
Bagus BT Saragih
June 12, 2013
Partnership between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Japan must be enhanced far beyond economic means in anticipation of the ASEAN Community, set to be effective in 2015, when th…
Politicizing the Senkaku Islands: A Danger to Regional Stability
The issue discusses the Senkaku-related troubles, including the sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands, the broad ramifications for the US0Japan alliance, and China’s overall engagement with the region, a…
Consolidating East Asia Cooperation: A New Role for Northeast Asia
This issue discusses the shifting balance of power in East Asia, which has presented new risks to regional stability; thus, ASEAN must be encouraged to take measures to strengthen its role.
Reinvigorating US-Japan Relations
This issue discusses the perception gap underlying US-Japan relations, which has put the relationship in crisis in the 50 years since the revised US-Japan Security Treaty was signed.
The Crisis of Global Governance and the Rise of East Asia
With the November US presidential election approaching, this special edition incorporates and expands elements raised in previous issues, examining them in the context of the global governance system,…
Defining Normalcy: The Future Course of Japan's Foreign Policy
This issue addresses the widespread misconceptions of what is “normal” for Japan, and the future of Japanese foreign policy, which aims to reconcile the need for leaders to actively pursue the nationa…
Japanese Foreign Policy Under Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda
This issue addresses several questions about Fukuda’s election and its implications for Japan’s foreign policy, as Fukuda is likely to adopt a more subtle approach to foreign affairs.
Japan's Policy Agenda for East Asia
This issue discusses the test which Japanese foreign policy faces as the international system comes to be defined by multipolarity and multilateralism, and Japan’s policy proposals through which they…
East Asia Community Building: Toward an East Asia Security Forum
This issue recommends the creation of an “East Asia Security Forum” in order to enhance cooperation between states in a wider range of areas would greatly facilitate the realization of a more cooperat…
Fighting a Rising Tide: The Response to AIDS in East Asia
Tadashi Yamamoto and Satoko Itoh, eds.
In this book, experts around Asia Pacific examine how government, civil society, corporations, and media are responding to the rising tide of HIV/AIDS infection that is afflicting the region.
ASEM in its Tenth Year
Japan Center for International Exchange and University of Helsinki Network for European Studies, eds.
This final research report evaluating the ASEM process and exploring future possibilities was presented to the ASEM Senior Officials’ Meeting in March 2006.