EWI Professorial Fellow Greg Austin identifies three unaddressed structural elements that have contributed to recent mounting tensions between China and Japan in his newest contribution to EWI’s Policy Innovation Blog.
Writing for The New York Times, EWI Board Member Wolfgang Ischinger calls for a carefully calibrated European response to the revelations of NSA surveillance of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and others in Europe.
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