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Yoichi Funabashi

Visiting Fellow (1987), is the chief diplomatic correspondent and columnist for the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun. He is the author of several prizewinning books and was awarded the 1985 Vaughn-Uyeda Prize—often called Japan's Pulitzer Prize—for his coverage of US-Japan trade frictions and was granted the Sakuzo Yoshino award for the Japanese version of Managing the Dollar: From the Plaza to the Louvre (revised edition, 1989). He is also the author of Asia-Pacific Fusion: Japan's Role in APEC (1995), which was awarded the Asia Pacific Grand Prix Award.