U.S.-China Relations Study Group released "FY2022Report: Key Issues and Recommendations on U.S.-China Relations"
Taking up the theme "U.S.-China Relations Viewed from Around the World," the U.S.-China Study Relations Group has invited experts from Southeast Asia, Russia, India, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Africa, South America, Taiwan, and the United States to examine and discuss how U.S.-China relations are viewed from each country and region, the world views these countries and regions hold, and how they seek to engage with the U.S., China, and other countries in a situation involving both "conflict" and "competition" between the two countries. During the past three years, the Novel Coronavirus pandemic and Russia's invasion of Ukraine have triggered major changes in the international situation, threatening the very foundations of the international order. In FY2022, the final year of the project, the study group also examined how the United States, China, and other countries view the war in Ukraine and its impact on the international order, taking into account the domestic situations in the United States and China, including the mid-term elections and presidential election in the United States and the 20th Party Congress in China. The study group also considered the course that Japan should take.