Japan Matters for America / America Matters for Japan
The 4th edition of Japan Matters for America/America Matters for Japan maps the connections between the United States and Japan at the national, state, and local levels.
Topics include: diplomatic and defense ties, trade and investment, job creation, semiconductors, travel and tourism, student exchanges, Japanese Americans in the US, and sister relationships.
Taiwan Matters for America / America Matters for Taiwan
The inaugural edition of Taiwan Matters for America/America Matters for Taiwan maps the connections between the United States and Taiwan at the national, state, and local levels.
Topics include: diplomatic and defense ties, trade and investment, job creation, semiconductors, travel and tourism, student exchanges, Taiwanese Americans in the US, and sister relationships.
Special Series: Asia Matters for America Public & Elite Opinion Poll Analysis
Asia Matters for America Poll Analysis is a series of short articles exploring the results of the recent survey by the East-West Center and conducted by the NORC at the University of Chicago on American perspectives on US-Asia relations. Authors examine a segment of the results from the report regarding trade, tourism, international students, immigration, human rights, national security, and sister city relationships to attempt to understand how Americans believe Asia matters to their state.
What’s at Stake for COFA Migrants in the United States as COFA Negotiations Continue
There are approximately
94,000 people from the Freely Associated States in the Pacific living in
the US, yet many have difficulties accessing federal benefits and
programs. Read this article to find out what the ongoing Compact of Free Association
negotiations could mean for them.
Welcome to Asia Matters for America/America Matters for Asia
Asia Matters maps the trade, investment, employment, business, diplomacy, security, education, tourism, and people-to-people connections between the United States and the Indo-Pacific at the national, state, and local levels.
View and download our flagship publications that provide an in-depth view at the United States multifaceted relationships with its counterparts in the Indo-Pacific.
See the data which characterizes the United States’ relationship with the Indo-Pacific, including job creation, population, trade, investment, educational exchange, and more.
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