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Hidetoshi Azuma

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hidetoshi azuma

Adjunct Junior Fellow

Expertise: Geopolitics of Asia-Pacific and Japan, East and South China Sea Disputes, Japanese Foreign and Military policy, Asian Energy Security, China, Russia, Defense

Areas of Interest: Energy Security, Economic Diplomacy, American Competitiveness, Public Diplomacy

Hidetoshi Azuma is an Energy Security intern at the American Security Project, focusing on US-Russian energy competition in Northeast Asia. He is a 1st year Security Policy Studies MA student at the Elliott School of International Affairs, the George Washington University. With a background in geopolitical analysis, he is studying the role of energy security in the Northeast Asian geopolitics. He enjoys martial arts and yoga as well as learning Oriental philosophy in his spare time.


Recent Posts

China’s War on the Law of the Sea Treaty and Implications for the U.S.

Posted on: Sep 04, 2015

Russia's Natural Gas Pivot to Asia: A Reality Check

Posted on: Dec 02, 2014

Japan Looks East: The Growing Importance of North American LNG

Posted on: Nov 25, 2014

The Rise of Lithuanian LNG: A Long-term Opportunity for the U.S.

Posted on: Nov 04, 2014

Secretary Kerry's Keynote Speech at Climate Week NYC 2014

Posted on: Oct 10, 2014

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