This report provides a overview of the Global Financing Facility (GFF)’s role in supporting primary health care (PHC) toward the goal of achieving universal health coverage (UHC), as well as examples from three country cases: Cote d’Ivoire, Viet Nam, and Tajikistan.
This issue discusses the validity of the oft-heard critiques of the February Joint Statement, which was created after North Korea conducted a series of missile tests in July, in addition to its first-ever nuclear weapons test in October.
Amid the intensifying rivalry between the United States and China, Japan finds itself in an increasingly
delicate situation, caught between its security guarantor and its leading economic partner. As a staunch
ally of the United States, Japan is committed to reinforcing the alliance framework to deter unilateral
changes to the status quo and uphold regional stability.
This report, available in both English and Japanese, outlines the Task Force for Promoting Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Regulatory Harmonization in Asia’s strategy recommendations for a COVID-19 emergency response.
Experts explore new challenges related to nontraditional security threats in East Asia, analyze the capacity of existing regional mechanisms to deal with them, and offer recommendations on the necessary steps to create a more secure region in today’s world.
This publication, the result of a study on the “China-Japan-US Research and Dialogue Project,” contains essays by six American analysts in a multinational team identifying the challenges to productive and peaceful relations among China, Japan, and the United States.
Looking for Leadership explores the obstacles facing Japan as it looks for greater stability and power in its leadership, and explains how these lessons can also apply to the rest of the world.
This publication was the result of a study on the “Transformation of Japanese Communities and the Emerging Local Agenda,” and chronicles how practical and incremental changes in community-level governance point toward Japan’s new road to pluralism.
This book presents a comparative analysis of Asian views on humanitarian intervention, with chapters on China, India, Japan, South Korea, and member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
This publication discusses Japanese public opinion, policymaking and political frameworks, and the role of the private sector in public affairs. Five Japanese experts write about the restructuring efforts under way in Japan, and five American policy experts respond.