Extensive and in-depth study of Japan's diplomacy and security policy.
Study of policies to ensure Japan's economic security while maintaining free trade principles.
Study of the impact of the Novel Coronavirus on Japan's economy and society.
Analysis and examination of the impact of digital and other advanced technological innovations and expansion on the economy, finance, international relations, and international security from a global perspective in terms of both potential and risk. Formulation of proposals of issues and solutions for Japan and the world.
Continuing research and formulation of proposals from a macroscopic perspective on the state of Japan's politics, ranging from major issues such as the search for an ideal state to specific problems such as parliamentary reform.
The role of a research institute is the analyze policy-related issues and present specific policy proposals.
Deciphering the Structure of the U.S.-China Conflict over Science and Technology -- On the Trends in China's Science and Technology -- by KURASAWA Haruo (Member of Japanese Association of Science & Technology Journalists )
The Xinjiang Issue in Sino-American Relations --The logic and perception of "anti-terrorism" and "poverty eradication"-- by KUMAKURA Jun (Faculty of Law, Hosei University)
FY2021 Maritime Security Study Group Research Interim Report （Admiral (Ret.) SAITO Takashi, former Chief of Staff, Joint Staff, JSDF）
The Korean Peninsula Enters an Era of Arms Race（NISHINO Junya, Professor, Faculty of Law, Keio University）
NPI publishes "Digital Technology and Economy/Finance Annual Research Report 2020"
US-China Relations as Seen from Africa: Phase Shift? by ENDO Mitsugi (Professor Graduate School of Arts and Sciences The University of Tokyo)
Nakasone Peace Institute held a "round table " with Heritage Foundation based in Washington DC, US on Oct. 19.
The September 30, 2021 session of the NPI series "Ask What You Want to Know" was a panel discussion on the "Free and Open Indo-Pacific initiative and Japan's Security."
The September 21, 2021 session of the NPI series "Ask What You Want to Know" was a panel discussion on the "Future Situation in Afghanistan and International Terrorism."
The August 26, 2021 session of the NPI series "Ask What You Want to Know" was a panel discussion on the "US-China relationship: What is the US thinking and what is China thinking? What are the prospects for the future?"
The July 29, 2021 session of the NPI series "Ask What You Want to Know" was a panel discussion on the "the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party and the future of the Xi Jinping administration."
Asia-Pacific Review, Vol. 28, No. 1, is released.
A peer-reviewed article written by Dr. Takahashi, Senior Research Fellow, with Mr. Tanaka, Prof. Tsuda, and Prof. Uchida, was published.
An article written by Dr. Takahashi, Senior Research Fellow, was published.