The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, in cooperation with Japan-America Society of Washington, DC, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA, and The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership presented a one-day symposium examining the big foreign and domestic policy challenges facing Japan in 2014. Top experts from think tanks, academia, government, and the nonprofit sector considered a broad range of issues from trade negotiations to regional diplomatic tensions, and from tax hikes to economic reform. Carnegie’s James L. Schoff moderated the opening panel on international prospects.