Category Archives: Japan

U.S. and Asian Stability

The Tower Center Japan conference, with DCFR a partnering organization, held a luncheon program with The Honorable Tom Schieffer, former Ambassador to Japan and Australia, as the keynote. He began his remarks with the thought that the U.S.-Japan relationship or … Continue reading

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Parsing Global Demographic Trends

In a new brief, the issues which intersect demographic trends are highlighted — China’s aging, growth challenges, urbanization, security in Africa and more. Eminent demographer Jack Goldstone of George Mason University leaves few place on the globe untouched in a … Continue reading

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Thoughts about Japan

Our board member Tom Schieffer, former U.S. Ambassador to Japan, just left the country literally hours ago. He comments: “Japan is a very sad place. There is great anxiety— a sense that there may be more to come. The concern … Continue reading

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