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Thu, May 27, 2021

Enhancing US-Japan cooperation on global supply chains

Mounting US-China tensions and the COVID-19 pandemic have led to growing calls in the United States and among its allies and partners, including Japan, to address the vulnerabilities in global supply chains critical to national security and economic competitiveness.

In-Depth Research & Reports by Miyeon Oh, James Hildebrand

Defense Industry Defense Technologies

Mon, Mar 1, 2021

Report release: The future of the US-ROK alliance

In a rapidly changing environment, the US and ROK must develop an integrated strategic vision for security in the Indo-Pacific, innovative approaches to denuclearization, and responses to a rising China.

Report by Barry Pavel, Miyeon Oh, Robert Dohner, Alexander Vershbow, Markus Garlauskas, Todd Rosenblum

Indo-Pacific Korea

Wed, Oct 14, 2020

Build an Atlantic-Pacific Partnership

NATO is the only institution capable of organizing transatlantic and transpacific stakeholders to address China’s political, military, and information threats.

NATO 20/2020 by James Hildebrand, Harry W.S. Lee, Fumika Mizuno, Miyeon Oh, and Monica Michiko Sato

China Defense Policy

James Hildebrand is the associate director of the Atlantic Council’s Asia Security Initiative, housed within the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. In his role, he helps manage the Initiative’s programming and research, which focuses on developing forward-looking strategies and constructive solutions for the most pressing issues affecting the Indo-Pacific region, particularly the rise of China, in order to enhance cooperation between the United States and its regional allies and partners. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, James had a visiting fellowship at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan and completed a year-long service term with AmeriCorps. He was also selected for the 2020 National Bureau of Asian Research’s US-ROK Next Generation Leaders Program.

He received a BA in Asian Languages & Civilizations from Amherst College and an MA in Security Studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.