Geoeconomic Briefing

The shift from economic security to geoeconomics by Kazuto Suzuki

Geoeconomic Briefing No.200 May 7, 2024 The shift from economic security to geoeconomics Kazuto Suzuki Director & Group Head, Economic Security, Institute of Geoeconomics PDF As the West continues to grapple with the challenge of figuring out how to deal with China’s global influence, economic security has become much a talked-about concept among policymakers and …

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Starlink highlights economic security challenges facing democracies by Kota Umeda

Geoeconomic Briefing No.188 April 23, 2024 Starlink highlights economic security challenges facing democracies Kota Umeda Visiting Research Fellow PDF The Russia-Ukraine war has placed a fresh spotlight on the extremely close relationship between civil technology and military technology, with the Starlink satellite communication service operated by a subsidiary of SpaceX supporting Ukrainian military operations and …

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How to deal with influence operations in the era of generative AI by Makoto Shiono

Geoeconomic Briefing No.187 April 21, 2024 How to deal with influence operations in the era of generative AI Makoto Shiono Director of Management & Group Head, Emerging Technologies, Institute of Geoeconomics PDF 2024 will be a year when we watch over elections in many countries while paying attention to the progress in artificial intelligence (AI), …

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Can we trust the polls? How emerging technologies affect democracy by Kousuke Saito

Geoeconomic Briefing No.186 April 16, 2024 Can we trust the polls? How emerging technologies affect democracy Kousuke Saito Visiting Senior Research Fellow PDF Do technologies change how democracy works, or do democratic principles determine how technologies work? With 2024 being a global election year — voters having gone to or set to head to polls …

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How to stop the dominoes of war from falling in East Asia by Sadamasa Oue

Geoeconomic Briefing No.185 April 9, 2024 How to stop the dominoes of war from falling in East Asia OUE Sadamasa Consulting Senior Fellow & Group Head, International Security Order, Institute of Geoeconomics Lieutenant General, Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Ret.) PDF The dominoes of war are falling amid chaotic international order. The Russia-Ukraine war has entered …

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Ukraine war has brought new challenges for international security by Goro Matsumura

Geoeconomic Briefing No.184 April 7, 2024 Ukraine war has brought new challenges for international security Goro Matsumura Former Commanding General of the Ground Self-Defense Force’s Northeastern Army PDF A full-scale military war is still taking place today between Russian and Ukrainian forces in Ukraine. It is certain that how this war ends matters greatly in …

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How the Israel-Hamas war is changing the international security order by Masaki Mizobuchi

Geoeconomic Briefing No.183 April 2, 2024 How the Israel-Hamas war is changing the international security order Masaki Mizobuchi, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Hiroshima University* PDF In the early morning of Oct. 7, Hamas, a militant organization that effectively controls the Gaza Strip, launched a full-fledged surprise attack on southern Israel, …

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How should Japan deal with Ukraine, Gaza and the Indo-Pacific region? by Ken Jimbo

Geoeconomic Briefing No.182 March 31, 2024 How should Japan deal with Ukraine, Gaza and the Indo-Pacific region? Ken Jimbo Managing Director (Representative Director) President, Asia Pacific Initiative PDF Today’s international security environment indicates that what political scientist Walter Russel Mead called “the return of geopolitics” has become the rule of the game. For about two …

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The U.S.-Japan gap: a challenge in economicsecurity cooperation by Mariko Togashi

Geoeconomic Briefing No.181 March 5, 2024 The U.S.-Japan gap: a challenge in economicsecurity cooperation Mariko Togashi Visiting Research Fellow PDF In recent years, Japan has been the world’s forerunner in the field of economic security, setting up an economic division within the National Security Secretariat, creating a ministerial post and enacting the Economic Security Promotion …

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Why Japanese companies need to prepare for Trump 2.0 by YAMADA Satoshi

Geoeconomic Briefing No.180 March 4, 2024 Why Japanese companies need to prepare for Trump 2.0 YAMADA Satoshi Visiting Senior Research Fellow PDF On Jan. 12, as the new year got underway, TV Tokyo conducted an interview with leaders of major Japanese companies regarding 2024’s risks, and many of them directly or indirectly viewed the Nov. …

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How East Asia should prepare for a possible Trump comeback by Hirohito Ogi

Geoeconomic Briefing No.179 February 22, 2024 How East Asia should prepare for a possible Trump comeback Hirohito Ogi Senior Research Fellow PDF U.S. allies in East Asia are becoming increasingly worried about how the outcome of the U.S. presidential election in November will affect Washington’s East Asia policy. If former U.S. President Donald Trump wins …

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The battle to tackle U.S. election propaganda heats up by Yoshiyuki Sagara

Geoeconomic Briefing No.178 February 13, 2024 The battle to tackle U.S. election propaganda heats up Yoshiyuki Sagara Senior Research Fellow PDF More than half of the world’s population will elect their political leaders in 2024, with votes taking place in over 60 countries, from Indonesia and South Korea to India and the United Kingdom, as …

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Why the eyes of the world will be on the U.S. presidential election by Yuichi Hosoya

Geoeconomic Briefing No.177 February 8, 2024 Why the eyes of the world will be on the U.S. presidential election Yuichi Hosoya Director Director of Research, Asia Pacific Initiative Group Head, Europe & Americas, Institute of Geoeconomics PDF The whole world is now intimidated by American democracy. The Economist expressed concern over the possible outcome of …

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Japanese firms seek political stability and stronger alliance: survey – IOG Survey Results of 100 Japanese Companies on Economic Security – by Hitoshi Suzuki

Geoeconomic Briefing No.176 February 1, 2024 Japanese firms seek political stability and stronger alliance: survey– IOG Survey Results of 100 Japanese Companies on Economic Security – Hitoshi Suzuki Visiting Senior Research Fellow COO, LLC future mobiliTy research PDF (Article) PDF (Key Data) Japanese companies’ strategic stance toward the domestic, U.S. and Chinese markets became clearer in …

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Will drones replace helicopter pilots in the Self-Defense Forces? by Kisho Yoshida

Geoeconomic Briefing No.175 January 25, 2024 Will drones replace helicopter pilots in the Self-Defense Forces? Kisho Yoshida Visiting Research Fellow PDF In Japan’s National Defense Strategy released in December 2022, the government listed unmanned defense capabilities as one of the key factors for fundamental reinforcement of defense. The document stated that unmanned assets are often …

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What the Hamas-Israel ‘humanitarian pause’ really meant by Yoshiyuki Sagara

Geoeconomic Briefing No.174 January 16, 2024 What the Hamas-Israel ‘humanitarian pause’ really meant Yoshiyuki Sagara Senior Research Fellow PDF Almost three months have passed since a conflict between the Palestinian militant group Hamas and Israel began, and more than 20,000 Palestinians — of whom about 70% are women and children — have been killed in …

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What the Israel-Hamas war means for U.S. grand strategy by Takuya Matsuda

Geoeconomic Briefing No.173 January 15, 2024 What the Israel-Hamas war means for U.S. grand strategy Takuya Matsuda Project Researcher, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo PDF The unprecedented attack on Israel by Hamas militants on Oct. 7, which has been compared by some to al-Qaida’s Sept. 11 attack on the United …

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Europe rattled by Israel-Hamas war by Yuichi Hosoya

Geoeconomic Briefing No.172 January 9, 2024 Europe rattled by Israel-Hamas war Yuichi Hosoya Director Director of Research, Asia Pacific Initiative Group Head, Europe & Americas, Institute of Geoeconomics PDF In many European countries, including the United Kingdom, people commemorate the war dead on Remembrance Day on Nov. 11 with the wearing of red or white …

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Acquiring counterstrike capabilities is no simple matter for Japan by Kisho Yoshida

Geoeconomic Briefing No.171 December 14, 2023 Acquiring counterstrike capabilities is no simple matter for Japan Kisho Yoshida Visiting Fellow, Institute of Geoeconomics PDF In December 2022, the Japanese government stated in its National Security Strategy and National Defense Strategy its decision to possess counterstrike capabilities, saying it would be “a key to deterring invasion against …

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How AI fits into China’s raft of global initiatives by Naoko Eto

Geoeconomic Briefing No.170 December 7, 2023 China Group How AI fits into China’s raft of global initiatives Naoko Eto Senior Fellow & Group Head, China, Institute of Geoeconomics PDF In early November, the British government hosted its AI Safety Summit in Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, focusing on how to best manage risks from the latest advances …

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‘Offensive’ and ‘defensive’ diplomacy: Managing ties with China by Hotaka Machida

Geoeconomic Briefing No.169 November 21, 2023 China Group ‘Offensive’ and ‘defensive’ diplomacy: Managing ties with China Hotaka Machida Visiting Senior Research Fellow PDF A year has passed since Chinese President Xi Jinping began his norm-breaking third term as Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Secretary General. In October, China hosted the third round of the Belt and …

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Germany’s China strategy is epoch-making but ambiguous by Takumi Itabashi

Geoeconomic Briefing No.168 November 14, 2023 Economic Security Group Germany’s China strategy is epoch-making but ambiguous Takumi Itabashi Professor, the Graduate Schools for Law and Politics at the University of Tokyo PDF European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen gave a keynote speech to the Mercator Institute for China Studies and the European Policy Center …

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How electric vehicles became subject to EU economic security by Hitoshi Suzuki

Geoeconomic Briefing No.167 November 7, 2023 Economic Security Group How electric vehicles became subject to EU economic security Hitoshi Suzuki Visiting Senior Research Fellow COO, LLC future mobiliTy research PDF Among Japan, the United States and Europe, the nations that are particularly enthusiastic about promoting electric vehicles are the United Kingdom, Norway and those of …

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European Union being shaken by geoeconomic changes by Kazuto Suzuki

Geoeconomic Briefing No.165 October 12, 2023 Economic Security Group European Union being shaken by geoeconomic changes Kazuto Suzuki Director & Group Head, Economic Security, Institute of Geoeconomics Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo PDF Discussions on economic security began in earnest in Japan and the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic, …

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China looks to science and technology in its push for more power by TSUCHIYA Takahiro

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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How emerging technologies can bring power to states by SAITOU Kousuke

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Satellite constellations taking on greater role in Japan’s security by UMEDA Kota

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Will generative AI hold power in international relations? by SHIONO Makoto

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Japan has plenty to offer in the field of detecting threats by SAGARA Yoshiyuki

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Why building an effective Japan-U.S. kill chain will enhance defense by INOUE Rintaro

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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What the trilateral fighter jet program means for Japan by OUE Sadamasa

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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How Japan can make the most of its latest diplomatic tool by OGI Hirohito

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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A new tide of weapons imports, production and development by JIMBO Ken

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Is China going unchecked while the West supports Ukraine? by TSURUOKA Michito

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Mission impossible: How to get Kyiv and Moscow to talk by HIGASHINO Atsuko

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Volodymyr Zelenskyy: From a weak anti-war leader to a symbol of the fight for liberation by HOSAKA Sanshiro

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Why Zelenskyy’s diplomacy is a key factor in Ukraine’s efforts to win war by HOSOYA Yuichi

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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What lies behind China’s unconventional approach to diplomacy? by ETO Naoko

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Democracy-minded Yoon faces challenges in dealing with China By NISHINO Junya

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Why ASEAN is key to building order in the Indo-Pacific region by KOGA Kei

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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The future lies in helping to make China a responsible superpower by MACHIDA Hotaka

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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China’s vision of an international order firmly in the shadows of the G7 by ETO Naoko

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Taking inspiration from Hiroshima to reconstruct the global nuclear order by OUE Sadamasa

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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What Japan can learn from a leader’s diplomacy four decades ago by HOSOYA Yuichi

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Why the G7 has significance as a collective economic defense mechanism by SUZUKI Kazuto

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Russia’s nuclear blackmail must be met with denial by OGI Hirohito

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Reconstructing the shaken international security order by OUE Sadamasa

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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War in Ukraine will set a course for international order — whatever the outcome by JIMBO Ken

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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It’s time for the U.S. to rediscover its role in the G7 by Marina Fujita Dickson

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Challenges await EU over continued assistance to Ukraine by ISHIKAWA Yusuke

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Ahead of G7 Hiroshima summit, Japan should examine past contributions by SUZUKI Hitoshi

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Why Japan and the G7 must take notice of the Global South by HOSOYA Yuichi

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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New risks emerge as Xi administration moves ahead toward a dead end by KE Long

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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China determined not to be slowed by U.S. chip controls by TOKUCHI Tatsuhito

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Finding a way to manage China’s protectionism in procurement by MACHIDA Hotaka

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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How Xi Jinping is fortifying China’s economic security by ETO Naoko

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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How Japan and its businesses should respond to U.S. economic security policies by YAMADA Satoshi

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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New challenges have forced Japanese companies to address economic security by SUZUKI Hitoshi

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Why pharmaceuticals are a key issue in the ongoing U.S.-China conflict by SAGARA Yoshiyuki

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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Looking back 20 years to learn lessons from the U.S.-Japan chip war by Paul Nadeau

Geoeconomic Briefing is a series featuring researchers at the IOG focused on Japan’s challenges in that field. It will also provide analyses of the state of the world and trade risks as well as technological and industrial structures. (Editor-in-chief: Dr. SUZUKI Kazuto, Director, Institute of Geoeconomics (IOG); Professor, The University of Tokyo) This article was …

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