More than twenty years have passed since the end of the Cold War, but the world still faces numerous security challenges. While the strategic environment of the region surrounding Japan may be characterized by traditional security challenges posed by sovereign states, the world has witnessed the rising influence of non-state actors posing non-traditional security challenges. JIIA conducts various research projects to analyse the nature of these security challenges and to present policy recommendations.
JIIA is engaged in a range of research on international and global issues. Our research emphasizes policy analysis and recommendation as well as the dissemination of information to stimulate informed public debate.
Column / Keyword / Other Papers
Column: "Rebuilding Peace Building: Five Insights from a Japanese Perspective" / Hideaki Asahi, Adjunct Fellow, JIIA / Former Japanese Ambassador to East Timor
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.
Negotiations with Russia as a Part of Japan's Long-term Strategy
Tsuyoshi Sunohara (25 November 2016)
Brexit from an EU Perspective
Ken Endo (21 November 2016)
Beyond US-China Relations: ASEAN in an Evolving Regional Order in Asia
Tsutomu Kikuchi (20 September 2016)
The Xi Jinping Administration's Quest for Maritime Hegemony
Hideaki Kaneda (12 July 2016)
JIIA organizes some 30 forums annually in which we invites distinguished speakers from Japan and abroad to address germane issues and offer insights on international relations and Japanese foreign policy.
[Recent Forum / Symposium on Security]
Theme: "Trends and Prospects of Japan-Russia Relation"
Speaker: Prof. Dmitry Streltsov
Head of the Afro-Asian Department and a Professor of Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University)
JIIA regularly organizes international conference to exchange opinions and discuss policies. We hold a variety of meetings at which officials, journalists, academics and other foreign-policy specialists debate world affairs.
3rd Japan-India Dialogue, Tokyo
Japan-US Security Seminar Follow-up Meeting, Washington, DC
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
4th JIIA-INSS (Institute for National Security Strategy, South Korea) Dialogue, Tokyo
3rd JIIA-IIS (Institute of International Studies, Fudan University, China) Dialogue, Tokyo
Kokusai Mondai (International Affairs)
No.658 January-February 2017 "Emerging Technologies and Security"