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Hiro Aida

Hiro Aida

Hiro Aida, a member of the editorial board of American Purpose, is a journalist and visiting professor at Kansai University in Osaka, Japan, and a visiting fellow at Sophia University in Tokyo.

His recent works include Hatansuru America (America in Disarray, 2017) and Tsuiseki Amerika no Shisoka-tachi (In Pursuit of American Thinkers, 2016). He translated into Japanese Francis Fukuyama’s The Origins of Political Order and Political Order and Political Decay.

Articles and Events

The World Is Watching

The World Is Watching

Five perspectives from five countries on the Ukraine war.

Hiro Aida, William A. Galston, Josef Joffe, Elia Preto Martini, Michael Žantovský
The World Holds Its Breath

The World Holds Its Breath

Allies are transfixed. Enemies see America’s decline. Voices from around the world remind us that the worst in America has always brought out the best in America.

Hiro Aida, Peter Hartcher, Laure Mandeville, Nadeem Paracha, Santiago Previde, Lilia Shevtsova