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(Japan/National Security Strategy) SF Prototyping – a Proposal for Building a National Strategy (The Sasakawa Peace Foundation)

Jun Nagashima Executive Member,DSEI JAPAN (Defense and Security Equipment International) Lieutenant General (Retired) “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world[1].” Albert Einstein stressed the value of the human imagination over cluttering the mind with knowledge. https://www.spf.org/iina/en/articles/nagashima_05.html

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(East and Southeast Asia/Migrant Workers’ Rigths) Repression and Resilience: COVID-19 Migrant Workers’ Rights in East and Southeast Asia during COVID-19 (The Sasakawa Peace Foundation)

Interview with Daniel Awigra, Deputy Director of the Human Rights Working Group, and Mariko Hayashi, Director of the Southeast and East Asian Center https://www.spf.org/en/spfnews/information/20210205.html

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(Japan/Europe/USA/Security) Report Publication: “Allies Growing Closer: Japan–Europe Security Ties in the Age of Strategic Competition” by Dr. Jeffrey Hornung

Jeffrey Hornung The report describes the different types of cooperation in the security domain between Japan and European countries, the two most reliable allies for the United States in light of the current resurgence of great power competition. https://www.spf.org/en/jpus/ideas-and-analysis/20210203.html

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(Ongoing Paradigm) The Ongoing Paradigm Shift under Shifting Geopolitics and Covid-19 (The Sasakawa Peace Foundation)

Noboru Yamaguchi Senior Visiting Fellow, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation The world is now witnessing a paradigm shift. Nations everywhere are grappling with the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. In the U.S., the presidential election, rather than just determining who takes the reins of government and what policies they will implement, revealed a fundamental divide […]