Call for Papers: Sasakawa USA Forum

call for papers [150-2]Sasakawa USA is accepting submissions for the Sasakawa USA Forum, a platform for research and analysis related to Japan and U.S.-Japan relations in a bilateral, regional, and global context. In order to gain a more comprehensive view of U.S.- Japan relations, the Sasakawa USA Forum offers experts outside Sasakawa USA a chance to bring their work to a wide audience. Submissions should be 750 to 2,000 words in length and written on issues that previously have been inadequately covered regarding Japan or U.S.-Japan relations in a bilateral, regional, or global context. The submission deadline for the winter term is February 10th. However, submissions are considered on a rolling basis. Authors of accepted submissions will receive a modest honorarium. Papers published to date have dealt with topics that include climate change politics in Japan, the U.S.-Japan Alliance Coordination Mechanism, and the effect of budget policy on defense cooperation.

Published papers are available online at https://spfusa.org/category/sasakawa-usa-forum/.

To submit an article for consideration, please contact Graham Dietz at gdietz@spfusa.org.

For more detailed information on submission, please visit https://spfusa.org/sasakawa-blog/sasakawa-usa-forum-submit/. Published writings are the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Sasakawa USA.

The submission deadline is February 10th.

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Paula lives in the vortex of graduate life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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