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2020.09.23

Atlantic Council : Emerging Technologies and the Future of US-Japan Defense Collaboration

こんにちは、丸山満彦です。

Atlantic Councilから「Emerging Technologies and the Future of US-Japan Defense Collaboration」という報告書が4月に出ていましたね。。。

Atlantic Council - issues

・2020.04.17 Emerging technologies and the future of US-Japan defense collaboration

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Geopolitical and security dynamics are shifting in the Indo-Pacific as states across the region adjust to China’s growing influence and the era of great-power competition between the United States and China. These geopolitical shifts are also intersecting with the accelerating rate of innovation in technologies associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) to reshape the future of military-technological competition and emerging military operations. This report, Emerging Technologies and the Future of US-Japan Defense Collaboration, by Tate Nurkin and Ryo Hinata-Yamaguchi, explores the drivers, tensions, and constraints shaping US-Japan collaboration on emerging defense technologies while providing concrete recommendations for the US-Japan alliance to accelerate and intensify long-standing military and defense-focused coordination and collaboration.


問題意識は

インド太平洋地域では、中国の影響力の増大と米中の大国競争時代への適応に伴い、地政学的・安全保障上の力学が変化している。このような地政学的な変化は、第四次産業革命(4IR)に伴う技術革新の加速とも重なり、軍事技術競争と新たな軍事作戦の未来を形づくるものとなっている。

ということなのでしょうね。。。

 

Contents

Introduction
Drivers, Tensions, and Constraints Shaping Collaboration
Opportunities and Recommendations
Conclusion
About the Authors

 

 

 

 

Conclusion

Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, hypersonic weapons, and unmanned vehicles are reshaping the future of military operations and the strategic landscape of the Indo-Pacific. To ensure that these technologies enhance, rather than degrade, security in the region, the United States and Japan must accelerate and intensify their long-standing defense-focused coordination and collaboration, especially in capability and technology areas that are buttressing prevailing future operational concepts: unmanned systems, hypersonic missiles, and military applications of AI.

This collaboration will take place through co-development programs leveraging expertise from across each country’s respective domestic defense industrial bases. However, in order to both respond to new approaches to capability development and procurement and navigate political, geopolitical, industry, resource, and force-posture constraints, Japan and the United States must be creative and bold in establishing a variety of mechanisms for engagement. Most importantly, these varied models for engagement must focus on delivering new and enhanced capability for Japan, the United States, and the alliance as they pivot to meet the difficult-to-detect, fast-moving, and formidable threats of the era of greatpower competition.

 

おそらく主に文書を作成したのは、この方なのでしょうね。。。

Author

Ryo Hinata-Yamaguchi is a Visiting Professor at the Pusan National University, College of Economics and International Trade, Department of Global Studies, and also an Adjunct Fellow at the Pacific Forum. Ryo has presented and published on a variety of topics relating to defense and security, and transport governance in the Indo-Pacific. Ryo previously served as a Non-Commissioned Officer in the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force (reserve) and held positions at the Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, FM Bird Entertainment Agency, International Crisis Group Seoul Office, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Embassy of Japan in Australia, and the Japan Foundation Sydney Language Centre. Ryo received his PhD from the University of New South Wales, MA in Strategic and Defense Studies and BA in Security Analysis from the Australian National University, and was also a Korea Foundation Language Training Fellow. Ryo is a native speaker of Japanese and English, is fluent in Korean, has some knowledge of Chinese and Malay, and is currently learning Russian.

 

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