Japan in the Year is an all-day symposium that gathers the top experts on Japan from think tanks, academia, the government, the press and the business and non-profit sectors to look at Japan’s domestic and international prospects for the coming year.

This event is held every January and is part of the NAJAS Japan Currents series.

Japan in 2022: A Look at the Year Ahead

On January 18, the Japan-America Society of Washington, DC and the Center for East Asia Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution hosted the eighth annual Japan in the Year program, “Japan in 2022.” The event invited senior and next-generation Japanese and American experts and officials to look ahead at what 2022 holds in store for Japan’s domestic and foreign affairs.

Watch the full program recording here.

Past Japan in the Year Programs

2021 Highlights:

Livestream Video Pt.1 >>

Livestream Video Pt.2 >>

2020 Highlights:
Livestream Video >>

2019 Highlights:
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2018 Highlights:

Report >>
Livestream Video >>

2017 Highlights:
Report >>
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2016 Highlights:
Blog post >>
Storify article (contains excerpts of livetweets, photos) >>
Photos >>

2015 Highlights:
Blog post >>
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