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Masashi Murano

Japan Chair Fellow

Masashi Murano is a Japan Chair Fellow at Hudson Institute. His research areas include U.S.-Japan defense cooperation and nuclear/conventional deterrence analysis. Prior to joining Hudson, he was a Fellow at the Okazaki Institute (a Tokyo-based think tank). Masashi received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Takushoku University in Tokyo, pursuing undergraduate work in Asia-Pacific studies and graduate work in security studies.

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Masashi Murano is quoted in VOA Korea on the U.S.-Japan alliance and military operations between the two countries.