Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, Rintaro Nishimura is a first-year graduate student with the Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service. He writes on international relations in Northeast Asia, mostly focusing on Japan’s foreign and security policy.

His articles have appeared in Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs, The National Interest, The Diplomat, Tokyo Review, and the Northeastern University Political Review. His current research interests are focused on Japan’s Indo-Pacific strategy and the geoeconomics of the region.

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