Introduction to Nationalism, Japan, and a Changing Asia

CFR Senior Fellow for Japan Studies Sheila A. Smith introduces this new podcast series focusing on Northeast Asian nationalisms, Japan, and the U.S.-Japan alliance.

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  • Sheila A. Smith
    John E. Merow Senior Fellow for Asia-Pacific Studies

Show Notes

CFR Senior Fellow for Japan Studies Sheila A. Smith introduces this new podcast series focusing on Northeast Asian nationalisms, Japan, and the U.S.-Japan alliance.

 

This podcast series is part of a project on Northeast Asian Nationalisms and the U.S.-Japan Alliance, which is made possible through support from the U.S.-Japan Foundation.

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