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Japan Update 2023

25 September 2023

The Japan Update once again brought together world-leading scholars, business leaders, and government officials to analyse the challenges confronting...

Goto floating offshore wind turbine in Sakiyama, February 8 2017.

Co-creation has the potential to drive digital and green transformation

21 September 2023

In a shifting global landscape, ASEAN remains a centre of global growth in the Indo-Pacific region. But increasing geopolitical tensions between China and...

Three Japanese nurses and an infant pose for a photo.

Kishida strikes back on stagnant wages

31 August 2023

Despite remarkably low unemployment rates, Japanese wages appear to be stagnating. That Japan is facing a dual challenge of low real wage growth and...

Aiming to increase women’s leadership in corporate Japan

25 July 2023

'Japan’s latest gender equality push prompts the question of whether Japan’s leaders are more concerned about true diversity or economic growth', writes...

Japan’s grand strategy as a declining power

19 June 2023

'Despite its relative decline, Japan is seeking to exercise greater influence on the Asian order', writes Yusuke Ishihara via The National Institute for...

Melanie Brock joins Kawasaki Heavy Industries as Board Member

2 June 2023

AJRC Advisory Board Member Melanie Brock has been nominated to join the Kawasaki Heavy Industries Board.

MC12 - Day 1 - 12 June 2022

Japan’s joining MPIA an outside chance to boost momentum for WTO reform

31 May 2023

Japan’s participation in the MPIA is a boost for the rules-based international order, argues Arata Kuno via Asia University, Tokyo.

Unraveling the New Normal at the 7th International Macroeconomics and Finance Conference

9 May 2023

AJRC co-hosts the 7th International Macroeconomics and Finance Conference in Tokyo

A Japanese scientist holding up test vial confirming the result of a test.

Scarcity of international collaboration hampers Japan’s innovation

30 April 2023

Researchers’ international experiences have a large impact on a country’s ability to innovate both technically and commercially. Overseas experience...

An IAEA team leader looks at contaminated water tanks and the Unit 4 and Unit 3 reactor buildings during a tour of the tsunami-stricken Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station on 11 February 2015.

Japan eyes more nuclear power for energy security

14 March 2023

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has pushed Japan to reevaluate its energy strategy once again. A sharp rise in the price of LNG, a lack of energy...


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