Piotr Zulauf is a Junior Research Fellow at the NATO Association of Canada. He is a third year student at Aberdeen University in Scotland, studying Economics and International Relations. His main focus is international security, energy security, and development economics. He is involved in the Politics & International Relations society at Aberdeen University. He has worked for the Polish Consulate in Toronto and is an active member in promoting the Polish community in Canada. In his spare time he likes to play sports and train submission grappling, and K-1. He also enjoys reading fiction and historical books.
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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Japan’s New SDF (Part 2/2)

In part two, Piotr Zulauf continues his discussion of Japan’s strategic stance, starting with the new National Defense Program Guidelines. Another policy initiative undertaken by Abe has been the establishment of National Defense Program Guidelines (NDPG) alongside the NSS. While the NSS deals with issues of grey zones and their dangers, the NDPG outlines Japan’s Read More…