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API Geoeconomic Briefing

The trade war between China and the United States ushered in an era of “geoeconomics” in which states have used economic tools to achieve their geopolitical agendas. Amid the fog of uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, how will the four forms of “mega geoeconomics,” which include climate change, technology and innovation, global supply chains, and the rules, norms and standards that shape the international order, impact the future?

API Geoeconomic Briefing will provide unique insight from the experts at Asia Pacific Initiative (API), an independent global think tank, in order to identify burgeoning trends in international politics and economics in the post-coronavirus period, think through their geopolitical and geoeconomic significance, and examine their impact on Japan’s national interests and strategy (Editor-in-chief: Dr. HOSOYA Yuichi, Research Director, API & Professor, Faculty of Law, Keio University).
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The danger lurking behind the U.S.’s reciprocity policy by OYA Shin

What China’s ‘dual circulation’ strategy means for the world by OYA Shin

How Tokyo can navigate the Japan-U.S.-China trap by FUNABASHI Yoichi

Ensuring Japan’s future as a strategic partner of the U.S. by HOSOYA Yuichi

Establishing resistance to overseas influence by OYA Shin

When international students pose a very real risk by TERAOKA Ayumi

Designing a vision for Japan’s green recovery by SHIBATA Narumi

Harnessing technology key to winning race against COVID-19 by MUKOYAMA Jun

How to reopen national borders by SAGARA Yoshiyuki

Coping with China’s economic threat by OYA Shin

Reconsidering post-coronavirus China investment strategies by TOKUCHI Tatsuhito

Japan in a post-coronavirus world by ISOBE Koichi

It’s time to rethink the Japan-U.S. alliance by OUE Sadamasa

Internet holds the key to the post-coronavirus era by MURAI Jun

All-out effort needed to learn successful virus response by FUNABASHI Yoichi and HOSOYA Yuichi

A supersurveillance society and its impact on democracy by FUNABASHI Yoichi and HOSOYA Yuichi

Neither U.S. nor China will lead post-coronavirus order by FUNABASHI Yoichi and HOSOYA Yuichi

The search for a leader in the post-coronavirus new order by FUNABASHI Yoichi and HOSOYA Yuichi