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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JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 21 December 2022 English

Ikeda began wherein Japan could prosper domestically and the article by proclaiming, “… the economic participate positively in the creation of an open vitality of the Japanese people is overtaking …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 16 December 2022 English

This effectively created on the Indian Ocean.7 another major influence bloc in the region to rival the domination of eastern and western The economic definition of the Indian Europe and …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 1 December 2022 English

In the webinar, Professor Shimojo explained in a comprehensible manner his views, based on his many years of research, on the flaws in the South Korean arguments regarding the name …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 29 September 2022 English

The views expressed in this publication are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of The Japan Institute of International Affairs or any other …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 28 September 2022 English

The government of the Empire of Korea responded that there was absolutely no basis to the claim concerning the territory of Dokdo and ordered the Province to study and report …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 26 September 2022 English

Here, we review the history around the Senkaku Islands with a focus on the 1970s, in particular, the return of Okinawa to the normalization of diplomatic relations between Japan and …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 20 September 2022 English

Being a constitutional monarchy in which her latest work, China, Japan, the monarch “reigns but does not govern”, the constitution of Japan and Senkaku Islands: Conf lict regards the emperor …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 26 August 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: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 26 August 2022 English

In the paper, Ramseyer argued: 1) That the relationship between the owner of a “comfort station” and a “comfort woman” was a contractual relationship, no different from the relationship between …


JIIA: Japan Institute of International Affairs · 26 August 2022 English

3 Japan Review Vol.4 No.2 Winter 2021 The Senkaku Islands Were No Man’s Land The governments of China and Taiwan began to show interest in the Senkaku Islands because the …


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