Japan Institute of International Affairs

JIIA

Japan Institute of International Affairs

Type Research Center
Website jiia-jic.jp
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 1959
Location Tokyo Japan Japan
Functions Research
Tags foreign affairs
Summary The Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA), founded in 1959, is a private, nonpartisan policy think-tank focused on foreign affairs and security issues. In addition to a wide range of research projects, the institute promotes dialogues and joint studies with other institutions and experts at home and abroad, examines Japanese foreign policy and makes proposals to the government, and disseminates information on international relations to the public. The institute, together with a large network of affiliated scholars, aims to serve as an indispensable resource on international affairs in a complex world.


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Publications

JIIA · 7 April 2022 English

In the historical context, of full-scale war between India and China would the nationalist regime of China was cautious in arise over possession of the high alkaline plain its approach …


JIIA · 5 April 2022 English

Chart 1:USAF JET NAVIGATION CHART,JN-25,YELLOW SEA,1st EDITION,September 1954 (Vicinity of Jeju Island) (From the collection of the National Archives of the United States) ※ The boundary between the KOREA ADIZ …


JIIA · 5 April 2022 English

(2) Views of the governments of Japan and the Republic of Korea on the treatment of Takeshima in the San Francisco Peace Treaty Research carried out over many years by …


JIIA · 29 March 2022 English

The “Basic Facts on Diaoyu Dao” states as the basis for claiming the islands as Chinese territory that “China had jurisdiction over the islands for several hundred years.” However, Taiwan …


JIIA · 25 March 2022 English

In the process this Policy Brief will alert the reader to Australian perspectives Yet, as Japan achieved its stunning victory on historical memor y and remembrance of over the Tsarist …


JIIA · 25 March 2022 English

In fact any interest which The reason for this conception, different from the western powers may now have in the that of antiquity and the Middle Ages, was territories in …


JIIA · 25 March 2022 English

Writing in the avenge the Par tition of Bengal in 1905 and Standard Bearer that the “… map of the world the transfer of the capital of British India from …


JIIA · 16 March 2022 English

After reexamining the somewhat dismissive attitude it had shown toward developing countries in the 1980s, China worked to strengthen its relations with countries in Asia and Africa in the 1990s, …


JIIA · 16 March 2022 English

In the 21st century, more than 70 years after the end of the colonial period in Japan and 60 years in the case of France, the past has been largely …


JIIA · 15 March 2022

Even so, China did not really make any essential changes to its foreign-relations framework until the launch of the New Policies during the final years of the Qing Dynasty and …


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