Eurasian security has been transformed due to the crises on its western and eastern perimeters. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to new strategic and security policy developments in Europe, while deepening tensions in the Taiwan Strait have led to concerns about China’s long-term security strategy. In this panel, Masashi Murano will examine Japan’s policy responses to Northeast Asia’s security threats, while Thomas Berger will analyze the changing German policy in the context of European security.
** Note: This is a hybrid event. Those who cannot attend in person have the option to register and participate via Zoom **
This seminar is part of the Special Series on Policy Innovations in Crises, supported by a grant from the Japan Foundation.