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From the Far East to the Old West: Chinese and Japanese Settlers in Montana

 

Understanding New Political Realities in Seoul:

Working toward a Common Approach to Strengthen U.S.-Korean Relations

 

Change in Human Flows between the United States and Japan: Report and Policy Implications

 

Toward an Ideal Security State for Northeast Asia 2025

 

One Step Back? Reassessing an Ideal Security State for Asia 2025

 

Re-Examining the U.S.-Japan Relationship in an Era of Change

 

 

Change in Human Flows between the United States and Japan: Report and Policy Implications

Mansfield Visiting Fellow Mizuki Yamanaka examines the trends behind past U.S.-Japan exchanges and how they compare to exchanges with other East Asian countries.  His report also raises important questions about future exchanges with Japan.  Although Japan is still the largest source of visitors to the United States among East Asian countries, the number of visitors has been declining.  Mr. Yamanaka suggests that U.S.-Japan exchanges need to advance to the next stage and proposes policy visions intended to improve future bilateral exchanges.  Published March 2010.

 

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