Strategic Insights MemoApr 18, 2020
The United States, Japan, and Korea must cooperate trilaterally on COVID-19
By Miyeon Oh
This Strategic Insights Memo, written by ASI director and senior fellow Dr. Miyeon Oh, provides four concrete recommendations for reinvigorating trilateral cooperation in the global fight against COVID-19.
Strategic Insights MemoAug 2, 2019
How to break the Japan-Korea impasse
By Miyeon Oh and Barry Pavel
The Atlantic Council’s Asia Security Initiative hosted a strategy session with a small group of top US experts and officials to discuss ways forward and offer actionable, practical policy recommendations to the United States to help mitigate bilateral tensions and resolve the ongoing confrontation between Japan and Korea.
James Hildebrand is the associate director of the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub, where he helps research and devise allied solutions to the global challenges posed by China’s rise, leveraging and amplifying the Atlantic Council’s work on China across its 14 other programs and centers.
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.