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2018-2019 US-SEA Program Awardees

Institution Project Title
University of Michigan

Japan's Foreign Relations in Southeast Asia and Beyond

East-West Center in

Washington

A U.S.-Southeast Asia-Japan Partnership in a Dynamic Asia



 

Grantee University of Michigan

Project Title

Japan's Foreign Relations in Southeast Asia and Beyond

Grant Period

2018/07/01-2020/06/30

Project Cost Total

$182,761*

JF Grant Total

$136,696*

Outline

This grant supports workshops and symposia on Japan's foreign relations, with a focus on Southeast Asia. The events will take place in the U.S., Japan, and Southeast Asian nations, engaging scholars from the three regions. The primary goal of the project is the creation of an edited volume and special issue in an academic journal, which will help inform policy discourse.

Projects

Academic Workshops and Symposia

Publication of an Edited Volume

 

Grantee East-West Center in Washington

Project Title

A U.S.-Southeast Asia-Japan Partnership in a Dynamic Asia

Grant Period

2018/07/01-2020/06/30

Project Cost Total

$214,372*

JF Grant Total $158,452*

Outline

This grant supports a collaborative policy research program between the East-West Center in Washington and the Osaka School of International Public Policy. The program will connect scholars from the U.S., Southeast Asia, and Japan in order to assess Japan and the U.S.-Japan alliance's role in Southeast Asia. This project includes a trilateral visiting fellows exchange in Washington and Osaka, fellowship study trips to Japan, policy briefings and site visits, creation of a fellowship alumni network, research publications, and a conference in Southeast Asia.

Projects

Trilateral Fellowship Program
Fellowship Study Trips in Japan
Policy Engagement Activities
Alumni Network Exchange
Conference in Southeast Asia

 


* Project Cost Totals and JF Grant Totals are estimated.

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