The year's most important meeting for science and technology is the Japan-US-South Korea Camp David summit. Here we look at S&T issues that should be featured.
This G7 Digital and Tech Ministers outcome, with influences from Shinzo Abe's 2019 WEF speech, will guide leaders at the G7 Hiroshima Summit.
Tech policy developments including export control, space, and cyber cooperation suggest 2023 will be busy for US-Japan science and technology relations.
US-Japan activities on technology and export controls offer promise of greater supply chain resilience and security as IPEF planning meetings continue.
Their announcement of R&D cooperation on a Japan-based 2-nanometer semiconductor facility shows both parties’ strengths can help leading-edge supply chains.
Meetings in Tokyo in May 2022 covered a wide range of bilateral and multilateral technological cooperation. Now it’s time to take stock of what was said.
Taiwan has relied on Japan for satellite services, and the new plans represent should help deepen semiconductor-related supply chain security ties with JAXA.
A new two plus two economic dialogue recognizes the challenge of the People’s Republic of China (PRC)’s “technological might” across the Indo-Pacific.
Watch for coordinated efforts to prevent China’s imposition of totalitarian technology standards and shore up supply chain resilience through the broader US-Japan relationship in 2022.
The Quad’s first two leaders’ summits in 2021 have added critical and emerging technology as one of the key security issues for the United States, Japan,...