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- Asian Studies Program Assistant Professor Kristi Govella was recently interviewed by the National Bureau of Asian Research about her research on increasing competition in the outer space, cyberspace, and maritime domains and how countries such as Japan and the United States are responding. This podcast is part of NBR’s ongoing Asia Insight series. Asia Insight features interviews with top Asia experts about key issues affecting the Indo-Pacific region, with a focus on implications for US policy and businesses.
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- Dr. Govella’s paper “Crafting Policy for Contested Commons: Insights from Japan’s Approach to the Outer Space, Cyberspace, and Maritime Domains” was published as part of a joint policy paper series entitled “Japan’s Leadership in the Liberal International Order: Impact and Policy Opportunities for Partners.” It examines Japan’s changing approach to the global commons, tracing commonalities across the outer space, cyberspace, and maritime domains.