Andrew Oros, professor of political science and international studies and the author of Japan’s Security Renaissance, gave a talk at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C., about the US-Japan alliance in the context of the North Korea threat.
Andrew Oros’ new book Japan’s Security Renaissance is the subject of several positive reviews in Project Muse. In his review, Kenneth B. Pyle praises Oros for his “careful, meticulous analysis” of Japan’s shift in its policies toward the military, calling the book “a solid, trustworthy, and commendable study of the innovations in Japan’s security policy.”
Andrew Oros, associate professor of political science and international studies who specializes in Asian studies and recently published Japan’s Security Renaissance, says in this Washington Post story that Donald Trump’s election is beneficial to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s goals to push his security agenda.
Andrew Oros, professor of political science and international studies, has been traveling the world this summer on a tour with his well-received and timely new book Japan’s Security Renaissance. In this Council on Foreign Relations “Asia Unbound” podcast, Oros discusses the evolving role of Japan’s military under President Shinzo Abe and what the future holds for the country’s national security posture.