Former Special Adviser, Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
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Should Japan Have a Nuclear-Sharing Agreement?
As the only country to suffer a nuclear attack, Japan has a unique responsibility to fight for the elimination of nuclear weapons, writes Koichi Hamada. But that does not mean it should not be able to protect itself with its own nuclear deterrent.
Is Taiwan the next Ukraine?
China and Taiwan might have a shared interest in avoiding conflict, which might be the best deterrent to a Chinese invasion, writes Koichi Hamada.
The Making of Suganomics
Koichi Hamada, Professor Emeritus at Yale University, writes that with the departure of Japan's longest-serving prime minister Shinzo Abe, one of the biggest questions facing his successor, Yoshihide Suga, is what to do about Abe’s signature economic-policy plan.