In September 2019, Brookings Vice President and Director of Foreign Policy Bruce Jones convened seven Brookings scholars and affiliates — Richard Bush, Lindsey Ford, Ryan Hass, Adam Liff, Michael O’Hanlon, Jonathan Pollack, and Mireya Solís — to discuss Japan’s present and future path in this era of great power competition. The edited transcript below reflects their assessment of the current state of Japanese strategic choices.
My research on Chinese defense spending and an interview with me by Commission staff are cited in the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission’s 2014 Report to Congress: U.S.-China Economic […]
The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) has posted an interview about China’s defense spending. Citation and link: “Lifting the Shroud on China’s Defense Spending: Trends, Drivers, and Implications—An Interview […]
Kato, Yoshikazu and Adam P. Liff. “China-Japan Relations Remain Fragile?” The Global Times [China], August 7, 2009. [with Yoshikazu Kato]