Japan is a critical economic and security ally of the United States, both in the traditional and cyber realms. The nation has long sought help for its traditional security from the United States and it is now seeking help for its online efforts using the language of global cooperation.
The U.S. and South Korea have a long history of security cooperation and share a common enemy in North Korea. However, existing measures do not adequately address cybersecurity threats from North Korea.
In 2013, BRICS business leaders announced plans to construct a $185 million submarine cable connecting Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. However, more than three years later, the BRICS
“Most of my research right now is focused on how Korea and their schools support multicultural education and support identity development through their classes.” Gregory Diggs-Yang, an East Asia Center
The following article is the second in a series focusing on countries that restrict speech online in order to prevent “social panic” or “anxiety amongst citizenry.” The series will examine Venezuela, China, and
Margaret Walrod, a UW graduate student in Applied International Studies, was awarded a Summer 2016 Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship by the East Asia Center. She is spending
Nicholas Steele, a UW undergraduate in International Studies, was awarded a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship to study Chinese with the CET Program in Beijing this summer. He
The East Asia Center congratulates FLAS Fellow Zachary Reshovsky, who was awarded the prestigious Yenching Scholarship for China Studies. The Yenching Scholarship comprises a fully-funded one-year master’s program at Peking University.