The authors explore the role of civil society organizations in responding to security threats in the five areas of piracy, disaster relief, human trafficking, health, and climate change, in order to analyze their effectiveness and what can be done to make them more successful.
JCIE Publications | Doing Well by Doing Good: Innovative Corporate Responses to Communicable Diseases
This book presents case studies of innovative approaches by 12 corporations to deal with the spread of AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis; the authors focus on the motivations behind corporate engagement and the evolution of these programs
This publication provides the speeches, background papers, and synopses of presentations and discussions from a dialogue carried out in response to Japan’s then-foreign minister Obuchi Keizo’s suggestion for “an intellectual dialogue on building Asia’s tomorrow.”
This book details the proceedings of private, intensive bilateral discussions and deliberations between Japanese and Europeans in the “Hakone” Conferences.
FGFJ Publications | Launching a Pandemic Financing Facility: Three Proposals & Their Implications for the Global Fund
This Friends of the Global Fund, Japan publication documents proposed reforms to financing facilities for the Global Fund, with JCIE Senior Fellow Jim discussing the significance of these proposals for the Global Fund.
JCIE Publications | New Shimoda Conference: Revitalizing Japan-US Strategic Partnership for a Changing World
This conference report details the ideas of the participants of the New Shimoda Conference. Their findings include reflections on the evolvement of the US-Japan relationship since 1967 and the United States’ role in ensuring a bilateral relationship.
The bibliography includes journal articles, conference papers, pamphlets, books, and newsletters, which demonstrate the broad interest in the concept of a Pacific community.
JCIE Publications | International Philanthropy Project of the Japan Center for International Exchange
This paper details the history of JCIE’s project, which was created to assist Japanese nonprofit foundations in developing contacts and working relationships with their American and European counterparts; this later expanded to exchange joint projects.
A delegation of six women leaders from various regions of the United States traveled to Japan in January–February 1993, and six Japanese women leaders visited the United States in June of the same year. This publication is a report on their findings.
This book contains insight from political scientists into one of the most important bilateral relationships in the world; discussions range from issues of trade and financial management, shifting perspectives on security in Asia, to the role of mass media in this relationship.