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"Takeda Makes First Private Sector Pledge for Global Fund Replenishment," Yahoo Finance, June 2, 2019

"Seven Decades after the Bomb, Children of Hiroshima Victims Still Worry about Hidden Health Effects," Ibby Caputo, PRI's The World, March 26, 2019 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

"Opening the door to incoming workers," Yuko Aizawa, NHK WORLD-JAPAN News, February 26, 2019

"Japan Eases Immigration Restrictions to Fill Chronic Care Worker Shortage," by Sally Herships, PRI World, October 18, 2018 (article by 2015 US-Japan Journalism Fellow, interview with JCIE's T. Menju)

“Japan Trade Officials and Companies Take a Nuanced Approach to U.S. Tariffs,” Adrian Ma, Marketplace, September 5, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

“How a Small Dairy Store from Ohio Became One of the Biggest Names in the Japanese Convenience Store Industry,” Adrian Ma, Marketplace, September 4, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

“Take Me Out to the Japanese Ball Game,” Byron Tau, Wall Street Journal, August 24, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

“Abe’s Window of Time for Amending Japan’s Pacifist Constitution Narrows,” Byron Tau, Wall Street Journal, August 12, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

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JCIE Publications & Reports
The Crisis of US Credibility in East Asia

The decline in US leadership under the America First approach to foreign policy has precipitated a crisis of credibility in US leadership. What are the root causes of this crisis and how might they affect stability in the East Asia region?


Japan's Support for Democracy Related Issues: Mapping Survey

What work is Japan already doing to support democracy-related issues? This report gives some background on Japan's history of work in the field, while also providing specific examples of Japan's work in areas such as judicial support, peacebuilding, and women's empowerment


Supporting Disaster Survivors in Japan: An Innovative Response to the Great East Japan Earthquake

How did nonprofit organizations respond in the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake? This report highlights the work of four NPO's focused on promoting integrated activities to alleviate the psychological burden of survivors in communities in Iwate Prefecture and to help them to recover from the disaster.







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