The American counterpart of one of Japan's leading international affairs organizations, the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE/USA) fosters dialogue and cooperation between Japan, the United States, and other countries around the world.


AHWIN

Launch of New AHWIN Website on Aging in Asia

JCIE has worked in partnership with the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) to launch a new website to disseminate key data and resources on aging in Asia and share best practices to respond to this demographic shift.
Learn more | Visit AHWIN.org


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JCIE in the Media

"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 5, 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)

“Why This Hiroshima Survivor Dedicated His Life to Searching for the Families of 12 American POWs,” Ibby Caputo, PRI’s The World, August 6, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

"Tokyo’s Best Karaoke Is Karaoke Sung Alone," Susie Armitage, Daily Beast, August 3, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

“Postcard from a Japanese Steel Town,” Adrian Ma, Marketplace, August 1, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)

"Why Japan Is Paying Single Mothers to Move to the Countryside," Susie Armitage, PRI, June 6, 2018 (JCIE US-Japan Journalism Fellow)


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JCIE Publications & Reports
Managing the US–China Strategic Rivalry

The intensification of US-China tensions risks undermining regional stability in Asia Pacific. This cannot be resolved simply by ending the current trade war, and disengagement and decoupling is not a realistic option given the high level of interdependence between China and the world. So, what can be done?


Becoming Strategic Partners: Lessons for NGOs and Government Agencies from the American Experience

How did US-based NGOs become strategic partners for the US government? This report draws lessons that show how Japanese NGOs might also develop the capacity to partner with government agencies to make Japanese ODA more effective.


Confronting Uncertainty in East Asia

Intensifying geopolitical uncertainty in Asia Pacific poses a tremendous risk. How can leaders around the region work to dispel this uncertainty in order to ensure shared stability and prosperity?


Common Ground and Common Obstacles: US-Japan Women Leaders Dialogue

American and Japanese women leaders gathered for a weekend dialogue to discuss shared challenges facing their countries and to exchange lessons on ways to advance women’s leadership at home and in the US-Japan relationship.

Leveraging Disease Funding to Advance Health for All

JCIE’s analysis of AIDS, TB, and malaria programs in Africa and Asia shows how carefully designed funding for individual diseases can also strengthen overall health systems.




Getting International Disaster Philanthropy Right: Lessons from Japan's 2011 Tsunami

JCIE analyzes successes and shortcomings in the US philanthropic response to 3/11 and offers lessons for the next time a disaster strikes.


Looking for Leadership: The Dilemma of Political Leadership in Japan

This volume explores the obstacles facing Japan as it looks for greater leadership and explains why this matters for the rest of the world.





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