As Canada and the United States develop new Indo-Pacific and economic security strategies, Japan serves as a useful model. Japan now has a cabinet minister specifically responsible for economic security as Japan addresses the economic fallout and supply chain disruptions due to U.S.-China tensions, global decoupling, COVID, and the war in Ukraine.
To build resilience, Japanese companies are proactively diversifying their supply chains beyond China. How will these trends play out in the post-pandemic era, and what are the implications for North America?
In this May 18, 2022 partner webinar, Japan, the Indo-Pacific and Lessons for North America: Economic Security, Interdependence and Supply Chain Resilience, hear from experts Dr. Kazuto Suzuki (GraSPP, University of Tokyo) and Dr. Ulrike Schaede (University of California San Diego) in a discussion moderated by APF Canada Distinguished Fellow Deanna Horton.