Joshua Walker

Joshua W. Walker

Dr. Joshua W. Walker is the President and CEO of the Japan Society in New York City and previously served from 2017 to 2019 as the Global Head of Strategic Initiatives and Japan in the Office of the President at Eurasia Group, the world’s leading political risk consultancy.

Ep. 53 | Caught in the Middle: Japan's Geopolitical Role
Ep. 53 | Caught in the Crossfire: Japan’s Geopolitical Role

In this episode of the Foreign Policy ProvCast, Joshua Walker speaks with Mark Melton about Japan’s geopolitical role, especially as…

5 0:03 / 43:45 Geopolitics of US Grand Strategy in the G Zero World
Geopolitics of US Grand Strategy in the G Zero World

Joshua Walker, who was the global head of strategic initiatives at Eurasia Group and is now president of the Japan Society, spoke about geopolitics and US grand strategy in the G-Zero world at Providence’s Christianity and National Security Conference in November 2019.

From Missionary Kid to Global Bridge Builder: Missions’ Place in American Foreign Policy and International Relations
From Missionary Kid to Global Bridge Builder: Missions’ Place in American Foreign Policy and International Relations

American Christians should recognize and promote these missionaries’ efforts that both advance the Kingdom of God and ensure a more peaceful world.

Pete Buttigieg Begins to Frame His Foreign Policy
Buttigieg Begins to Frame His Foreign Policy

Of the 23 candidates running for president in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primary, few have distinguished themselves in terms of thinking through foreign policy as much as Pete Buttigieg.

After 70 Years, What Happens to NATO Next?
After 70 Years, What Happens to NATO Next?

As NATO has expanded and with less clarity on concrete enemies, allies have grown further apart.

What Does Trump’s State of the Union Mean for Foreign Policy?
What Does Trump’s State of the Union Mean for Foreign Policy?

Promising that America will never apologize for advancing its national interest, Trump used national security arguments more for his domestic goals than international agenda.

Don’t Call it a Reset: What the Release of Pastor Brunson Means for U.S.-Turkey Relations

Pastor Brunson is free, but many others are not. The U.S. should not push Turkey away, but continue the hard work of diplomatic engagement around core human rights issues. It should also continue to engage broad range of challenges these partner countries are facing in the region. 

ProvCast Ep. 13: America’s Role on the Global Stage

Joshua Walker of the Eurasia Group sits down with Providence’s managing editor Drew Griffin to discuss Japan, China and North Korea, as well as the precarious state of US relations with Turkey.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Global Legacy Building Begins Now
Japanese Prime Minister Abe’s Global Legacy Building Begins Now

Here are the three things to watch for and pay attention to after Prime Minister Abe’s reelection.