July 9, 2020

Ke Long Points to China-Related Risks in Nikkei Article

In an article detailing the ruling Liberal Democratic Party’s watered-down statement on whether or not to invite Chinese President Xi Jinping following China’s adoption of a new Hong Kong national security law, Senior Fellow Ke Long pointed to the need to be “conscious of China-related risks” in reevaluating Japan’s reliance on crucial parts and equipment but also the importance of developing a strategy with mutual benefits, such as combining “Japanese brand power” with Chinese production capacity.

“Japan’s Ruling Party Torn over Xi Jinping Invitation,” Nikkei Asian Review

Profile of Senior Fellow Ke Long