What’s Next After the Hiroshima G7 Summit?
By IWAMA Yoko
As the grouping moves toward an Indo-Pacific worldview, Japan can play a crucial role in this difficult period of transition.
The G7 Wants to Copy China’s Homework. Beijing Is Fine With That.
By Wang Wen
With the component of realist international competition removed, the G-7 and China actually share many hopes and desires for global development.
Yuichi Hosoya on Japan’s G7 Summit
By Shannon Tiezzi
“The G-7 has exemplified Japan’s identity as a liberal democracy as well as serving as a valuable tool to sustain the economic growth of the global economy.”
Yuki Tatsumi on the G7 Hiroshima Summit
By Shannon Tiezzi
“The fact that the summit took place in Hiroshima in the middle of Russia-Ukraine war (in which Russia has not been hesitant to use nuclear intimidation) was significant.”
The Hiroshima G7 Summit and Japan’s Evolving Security Identity
By Yukari Easton
Kishida’s biggest achievement thus far may be showing Japan that sitting out on all conflicts is perhaps no longer an option.
The Hiroshima G7 Summit and Nuclear Disarmament
By AKIYAMA Nobumasa
Essential talks were held, but more is now needed.
World Leaders Land in Hiroshima for G7 Meeting, With Ukraine War High on Agenda
By Adam Schreck
Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio kicked off his summit diplomacy by meeting with leaders from the U.S. and U.K.
Time to Champion Japan-India Leadership for Peace in the Indo-Pacific
By Amit Dasgupta and Don McLain Gill
Japan’s G-7 presidency is a significant opportunity for Tokyo to incorporate its expanding partnership with India in the context of the G-7’s broader strategic roadmap for the region.
Leaders of Japan, South Korea to Visit Memorial to Korean Victims of Hiroshima Atomic Bombing
By Takahashi Kosuke
A visit by Kishida and Yoon to the Monument in Memory of the Korean Victims of the A-bomb will mark a watershed in the historic reconciliation between the two nations.
Managing the G7 Hiroshima Summit
By KAWASHIMA Shin
Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio faces a challenging task.
The US and Japan as G7 Champions of Health and Democracy
By Kazuyo Kato and Mark P. Lagon
Washington and Tokyo can contribute conclusively to global governance in the service of peace, prosperity, and pluralism.
Ahead of G7 Summit, Japan Reaches out to Global South
By Joseph Rozen
Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida is pursuing deeper cooperation with the developing world even while prepping to host a summit of advanced economies.