STATE OF ASIA: Tomohiko Taniguchi
Episode 1 of the State of Asia Podcast
Tomohiko Taniguchi was Special Advisor to Japan's longest-serving Prime Minister, the late Shinzo Abe.
He was the primary writer on Abe's foreign policy speeches, having joined the ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2005 after a 20-year career in journalism at Nikkei Business.
He is currently a professor at Keio University specializing in international political economy and Japanese diplomacy.
In this episode of the STATE OF ASIA podcast, he talks about his worries for security in Asia; who he thinks is the biggest threat to the future of Japan, and why hope remains such an important commodity if we want to turn things around.
Hear Tomohiko Taniguchi speak live, in person, at the STATE OF ASIA conference on November 10, 2022, in Zurich, Switzerland, where he will be joined by many others of our trusted experts.
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STATE OF ASIA podcast
episode 1 – published September 5, 2022
Host: Nico Luchsinger, Executive Director, Asia Society Switzerland
Producer: Remko Tanis, Programs and Editorial Manager, Asia Society Switzerland