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Policy Research and Policy Proposals

AFJ's activities are focused on following and studying political, economic and social trends in three countries: Japan, the US and China. Our objective is to connect our activities to policy proposals. In order to do this, AFJ hosts a wide range of seminars and international conferences, with the cooperation of our contacts in the Japanese, American and Chinese governments, legislatures, political parties and think tanks. In this way, AFJ provides opportunities for all of its members to attend a variety of symposia. Over the past few years, we have worked on the following subjects, among others:

  • The Xi Jinping Regime and China's Path Forward
  • Comparative Studies on the Policy-Formulation and Decision-Making Process in Japan, the US and China
  • Exploring a Japanese-Style National Strategy
  • Financial and Fiscal Issues in Japan and Other Countries
  • Envisioning Sustainable Social-Security Systems
  • The Roles and Significance of Policy Intellectuals and Public Intellectuals in Politics
  • US National Security Strategy and the US-Japan Alliance
  • Direction of the US-Japan Alliance in the 21st Century: The Rise of China, PSI and Information Security
  • A world Without Nuclear Weapons: Secret Nuclear Pacts, QDR, NPR and Other Issues
  • US-China Relations: The Political Context of American Policy Toward China
  • Research into American National-Security Policy
  • The Current Structure of Political Power in the US
  • Conservatism and Grassroots Politics in the US
  • The US Conservative Movement
  • Freedom, Safety and Order in the US
  • Politics and Money in the US
  • Politics and the Internet
  • An Intellectual Property-Based Country and Information Ethics

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