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Yuya Watase, Chairman of Pacific Alliance Institute (SPONSORED)

Japan's sole conservative think tank

Unlike the Communist bloc during the Cold War, which fought fiercely but openly against the Western powers, state capitalism today is trying to broaden its influence stealthily, in darkness, below the threshold of open hostilities.

Naoaki Hidani (Photo credit: Takahiko Hara)

The Drone Revolution of the U.S. and Japan

China's drone technology has caught up and overtaken the United States. China has made major advances in swarm control technology and now finds a ready market for its advanced drones in countries across the Middle East and Africa.

The Commerce Alliance Against China

The Pacific Alliance Institute (PAI) is founded as an innovative think tank in Japan based on the global standard of conservatism.

Japan-U.S. Innovation Summit hosted by the Pacific Alliance Institute.

Pacific Alliance Institute

Japan is a nation dedicated to liberty, the rule of law and prosperity, having created the greatest economic power in East Asia.

President Reagan and Prime Minister Nakasone

3 Key Issues for Pacific Alliance Institute

Pacific Alliance Institute (PAI) supports responsible economics in government such as tax cuts, government expenditure reductions and free trade. It is also keenly concerned with China's covert yet aggressive impulse, and strong protections for private property ownership and religious freedom.

Asia -- Where Contradictory Worldviews are Silently Clashing

We must learn from and apply the accomplishments of President Reagan. The Soviet Union, which once boasted a centralized nuclear military and command economy, collapsed and was barely able to rule across the nation since it became Russia. With reform and opening policies by Deng Xiaoping, it should be seen that the totalitarian regime of China also tried to melt and gave way to liberalized economic forces.