Founded in 1991 as the Japan Information Access Project and renamed in 2006, Asia Policy Point (APP) is an independent, U.S. nonprofit [501(c)(3)] membership research center studying the U.S. policy relationship with Japan and Northeast Asia. APP is supported by its members and grants from American universities, think tanks, government organizations, NGOs, and foundations. 

APP is an independent resource on Japan and Northeast Asia for scholars, policymakers, business leaders, analysts, and journalists. Our work highlights the intersection of the region's history with contemporary Indo-Pacific political and security issues.

Benefits of Membership
Only members receive our publications

Asia Policy Calendar (APC)
Weekly Monday E-mail of upcoming Asia policy-relevant hearings, events, conferences, visits as well as links to important speeches, reports, books,
 polls, statistics, and opinion

Japan Brief (JP)
Weekly E-mail review of news from and about Japan relevant to policy professionals

Research Assistance
Access to the best experts and resources on Japan and Asia
Translation assistance for Japanese, Chinese, & Korean

Policy Analysis
Public and private research papers, information 
resource guides, seminars, workshops, 
and conferences examining Japan and Asia’s 
political, economic, technology, and security relationship with the world


10-12 recipients

Other arrangements available for extensive research assistance

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