JIIA Forum / Symposium

Theme: “U.S Foreign Policy in the New Era: An American Jewish Perspective”
Speaker: Mr. David Harris ,Chief Executive Officer, American Jewish Committee (AJC)
(2017-10-30) Video

Theme: "America Alone – Donald Trump and the End of the Liberal World Order"
Amb. Ivo H. Daalder, President, Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Dr. James M. Lindsay, Senior Vice President, Director of Studies, and Maurice R. Greenberg Chair at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
(2017-10-23) Video

Theme:“The Role of the ICJ in the Promotion of the Rule of Law”
Speaker: H.E. Ronny Abraham, President, International Court of Justice
(2017-08-02) Video

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International Conference

March 2015

3rd Japan-India Dialogue, Tokyo

Japan-US Security Seminar Follow-up Meeting, Washington, DC

February 2015

8th JIIA-IPIS (Institute for Political and International Studies, Iran) Roundtable, Tehran

2nd JIIA-CSR (Center for Strategic Research, Expediency Discernment Council, Iran) Dialogue, Tehran

JIIA-IIRI (Ilmin International Relations Institute (IIRI), Korea University) Dialogue, Seoul

JIIA-RAND Corporation Dialogue, Tokyo

January 2015

4th JIIA-INSS (Institute for National Security Strategy, South Korea) Dialogue, Tokyo

December 2014

3rd JIIA-IIS (Institute of International Studies, Fudan University, China) Dialogue, Tokyo

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AJISS-Commentary is an occasional op-ed type publication. It aims to present a variety of Japanese views on international relations to international intellectuals interested in Japanese external policy.

Japan Should Actively Push for a TPP11 Agreement
Shujiro Urata (31 October 2017)

Japan's Nuclear Disarmament Diplomacy Following the Adoption of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW)
Hirofumi Tosaki (20 October 2017)

The Philippines under the Duterte Administration: Where's the Roadmap?
Yutaka Katayama (17 October 2017)

Accepting Immigrants is the Ultimate Key to Reviving Japan
Toshihiro Menju (11 October 2017)

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Ongoing Research Programs (FY2017-2019)

A-1: The Trump Administration’s Foreign Policy and Japan-US Relations

A-2: China’s Foreign Policy and Other Countries’ China Policies

A-3: Europe in Turbulence

B-1: Japan’s Defense Bottom-up Review

B-2: Korean Peninsula in an ‘Age of Uncertainty’ and Japan’s Foreign / Security Policy

B-3: Post-Putin Russia


C-1: World Economy

C-2: Global Risk

Subgroup (1) Analysis of Current Situation in the Middle East and Energy Issues
Subgroup (2) Analysis of Populism and Demographic Shift (Immigrant and Refugee) Issues

D-1: Rule of Law in the Indo-Pacific: Japan’s foreign policy for enhancing global public goods

*Short Summary of Research Programs (FY2017-2019)

Research Outcomes

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Japan Digital Library Archive of high-quality scholary works translated from Japanese to English


JIIA Annual Brochure 2017

A highlight of JIIA's recent activities and a summary of its organization.



Kokusai Mondai (International Affairs)

No.666 November 2017 "The Rule of Law in Diplomacy"


What Do Alliances Mean to the US?
(Fumiaki Kubo ed., 2013)

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