These nine essays analyze the new dimensions of the China-Japan-US relationship and evaluate the status of traditional factors such as the Korean peninsula, Taiwan, and the US-Japan security alliance.
A Global ThinkNet Conference report, this book examines topics related to globalization’s impact on governance, as well as the growing role of civil society organizations in improving the governance of domestic societies and the international community.
This study suggest how Asian countries could exhibit their commitment to engaging Russia in Asia Pacific, as Russia undergoes a transformation in the post-cold war world.
These essays present research and insight concerning the first general election in Japan’s House of Representatives since the passage of a political and electoral reform law in 1994.
Report on an online dialogue featuring Dr. Shinya Yamanaka, the recipient of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. This was designed to share lessons from Japan’s relatively successful COVID-19 response and explore possible areas of US-Japan collaboration in battling the epidemic.
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.
This publication is a collection of four articles that Tadashi Yamamoto, founder and president of JCIE, has written about the growth of the nonprofit sector’s role since JCIE’s founding 1970; also included is an article written by a close colleague, Yoichi Funabashi.
This report summarizes many topics addressed at JCIE’s 15th Anniversary International Symposium, including different types of corporate giving in Japan, unfavorable tax codes, and American corporate donors and foundations.
JCIE Publications | The Role and Challenges of Japanese NGOs in the Global Health Policymaking Process
The Waseda Institute carried out a survey of current Japanese NGO activities in global health; as a result, they were able to identify specific concerns relevant to Japanese healthcare NGOs and possible future steps towards a greater international role.
This volume, a product of the two-day conference created to discuss “human security” challenges stemming from the Asian financial crisis, focuses on the need for a new path of economic development.This volume, a product of the two-day conference created to discuss “human security” challenges stemming from the Asian financial crisis, focuses on the need for a new path of economic development.