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Fred Katayama examines Japan’s role on the world stage through the prism of the G7 Hiroshima Summit via wide-ranging discussions with three leading experts in their respective fields in this new podcast from the Government of Japan and Reuters Plus. The podcast takes a dive into G7 support for the Global South, the global energy and environmental crisis, and the concept of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
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    • 行政

Fred Katayama examines Japan’s role on the world stage through the prism of the G7 Hiroshima Summit via wide-ranging discussions with three leading experts in their respective fields in this new podcast from the Government of Japan and Reuters Plus. The podcast takes a dive into G7 support for the Global South, the global energy and environmental crisis, and the concept of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
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    Free and Open Indo-Pacific

    Free and Open Indo-Pacific

    Political science Professor Takako Hikotani and Fred Katayama delve into the concept of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific (FOIP), its origins, its relevance after the aggression against Ukraine and flashpoints of tension elsewhere, as well as how Japan’s leadership around the CPTPP trade agreement makes it well placed to take the lead with FOIP.  
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    • 9分
    G7 and the Global South

    G7 and the Global South

    Professor Mari Sako of Oxford University and Fred Katayama talk about the ambiguity around the term Global South, the challenges those countries are facing around debt, the potential for Japan to illuminate an alternative economic model, the impacts of climate change and how the block can develop in a sustainable fashion. 
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    • 12分
    Global Energy and Climate Crisis

    Global Energy and Climate Crisis

    Chairman and CEO of Japan’s Institute of Energy Economics Tatsuya Terazawa and Fred Katayama discuss differences between energy demand in Asia and other regions, as well as the diversity of economic development and energy systems within Asia. They go on to look at Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s plan for an Asian Zero Emission Community, or AZEC, Japan’s leadership in hydrogen power, the reexamination of nuclear energy and the requirement for diverse, resilient energy supplies against the background of current geopolitical friction.  
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    • 15分
    Welcome to Japanese Leadership

    Welcome to Japanese Leadership

    Fred Katayama examines Japan’s role on the world stage through the prism of the G7 Hiroshima Summit via wide-ranging discussions with three leading experts in their respective fields in this new podcast from the Government of Japan and Reuters Plus. The podcast takes a dive into G7 support for the Global South, the global energy and environmental crisis, and the concept of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
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    • 30秒

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