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  1. Sep 7

    Karen Eggleston co-authors study exploring the effects of universal health insurance on mortality in rural China

  2. Sep 7

    APARC remembers John Lewis, co-director of the Center from 1983 until 1990

  3. Sep 6

    North Korea's nuclear test: What does it signal? APARC's Daniel Sneider offers insights in a interview

  4. Sep 5

    APARC's Daniel Sneider on North Korea: "They have used nukes for 20 years to extract all kinds of things."

  5. Sep 5

    "Mr. Abe provides [the President] with a world leader who reaffirms Trump's own leadership," Sneider tells

  6. Sep 1

    Listen to Nayan Chanda of discuss "China and India: Seeking a New Balance," part of our seminar series

  7. Two students are interning at as part of FSI Student Programs. Learn about their policy projects →

  8. A big welcome to the new Corporate Affiliate Visiting Fellows, a few of whom have already arrived at APARC for the 2017-18 academic year.

  9. The Reischauer Scholars Program, an online course about Japan for high school students, is accepting applications

  10. "I do not see this as elevating Xi to the stature of Mao," Thomas Fingar tells

  11. How could Vietnam move up the economic ladder? Long-term focus on education systems, Rozelle says

  12. Last day to apply for the Japanese Diaspora Initiative Workshop hosted by , Nov. 13-15, 2017

  13. Is the war danger in Korea real? APARC's Daniel Sneider weighs in (English) | (Japanese)

  14. Retweeted
    Aug 18

    We're hiring! is looking for a new faculty member in Korean studies

  15. As Japanese and U.S. officials set for 2+2 security talks in Washington, read APARC's report on defense cooperation

  16. The North Korean nuclear threat reopens debate on pacifism in Japan. Daniel Sneider comments (in Spanish)

  17. Is Nixon-era triangular diplomacy still relevant today? APARC experts discuss China-Russia-U.S. relations on

  18. Bellicosity of North Korea rhetoric isn't new. What's dangerous is its intensification, Daniel Sneider says

  19. "The hype has changed, not the reality," Thomas Fingar tells on the North Korea nuclear situation

  20. Diplomacy is key to dealing with North Korea and to managing the tensions that arise, Thomas Fingar told

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