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Japan Visiting Fellowship

A unique opportunity for Japanese security experts to conduct policy research in Washington, D.C.
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Launched in 1999, the Stimson Center’s Japan Visiting Fellowship provides mid-career Japanese security experts from government agencies and ministries, news organizations, and research institutions with the opportunity to conduct policy-oriented research in Washington, D.C. on issues that strengthen their understanding of U.S. security policy towards East Asia and U.S.-Japan security relations. The program has been a step in the careers of many prominent Japanese thinkers and leaders, both civilian and in uniform.

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Japan Visiting Fellows Program

Questions If you have any questions regarding the Japan Visiting Fellows Program, please email Yuki Tatsumi at [email protected] Previous Visiting Fellows Year Name Affiliation Research Topic 2019 Col. Toshimitsu Inoue JASDF…
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