【Report Release】 The U.S.-Japan Alliance to 2030 Final Report " Power and Principle "
In 2013, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation and the Center for Strategic and International Studies establised a bilateral commission of distinguished policymakers and scholars to develop a shared vision for Asia and the U.S.-Japan Alliance through 2030.
The Commission proposes a shared vision for the world that the United States and Japan seek in the next 15 years, including a world in which all nations are secure, peaceful, prosperous, and free.
On 29 February, The Commission had a final meeting to summarize the findings and composed as the final report 'Power and Principle' and its Executive Summary. We release these reports here. Download it to click underlined.
The U.S.-Japan Commission on the Future of the Alliance
|Japanese Commissioners （Alphabetical Order）|
|Jiro Hanyu||Chairman, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation|
|Ryozo Kato||former Ambassador of Japan to United States (Co-Chair)|
|Masashi Nishihara||President,Research Institute for Peace and Security|
|Yukio Okamoto||President, Okamoto Associates|
|Ryoichi Oriki||former Chief of Staff, Joint Staff|
|Koji Tanami||former Administrative Vice Minister, Ministry of Finance; former President, Japan Bank for International Cooperation|
|Noboru Yamaguchi||Professor, International Univer|
|U.S. Commissioners （Alphabetical Order）|
|Richard Armitage||President, Armitage International L.C.; CSIS Trustee (Co-Chair)|
|Dennis C. Blair||
CEO and Chairman of the Board, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
|Aaron Friedberg||Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University|
|Michael Green||Senior Vice President for Asia and Japan Chair, CSIS; Chair in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy, Georgetown University|
|John Hamre||President, CEO, and Pritzker Chair, CSIS(Co-Chair)|
|Joseph Nye Jr.||University Distinguished Service Professor, John F.Kenedy School of Government, Harvard University; CSIS Trustee|
Final Report (2016.02)