Yoichi Funabashi is chairman of the Rebuild Japan Initiative Foundation and a distinguished guest professor at Keio University. Funabashi is a former editor-in-chief of the Asahi Shimbun. His books in English include The Peninsula Question: A Chronicle of the Second Korean Nuclear Crisis (Brookings Institute, 2007); Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific, ed. (USIP, 2003,); Alliance Tomorrow, ed. (Tokyo Foundation, 2001); Alliance Adrift (Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1998, winner of the Shincho Arts and Sciences Award); Asia-Pacific Fusion: Japan’s Role in APEC (Institute for International Economics, 1995, winner of the Mainichi Shimbun Asia Pacific Grand Prix); and Managing the Dollar: From the Plaza to the Louvre (Institute for International Economics, 1988, winner of the Yoshino Sakuzo Prize).