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This article explores the politics surrounding the recent data transfer agreement between Japan and the European Union, with a focus on the linkage between Japanese domestic politics and foreign pressure on Japan's personal information protection policy. The agreement may be seen as one of mutual recognition, in that Japan and the EU mutually recognized the other as providing an "adequate level of protection" for personal data. However, a close examination of the case suggests that Japan madedoi:10.1525/as.2020.60.3.510 fatcat:bvoqrgvkobfjxa6azlkqe2a35q