Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War
April 18, 2014
Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War
A collection of essays on the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95 has obvious implications for modern China.
Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War
Shinzo Abe: China is a 'Vital Economic Partner'
April 18, 2014
Shinzo Abe: China is a 'Vital Economic Partner'
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe acknowledged the economic inseparability of China and Japan.
Shinzo Abe: China is a 'Vital Economic Partner'
Is China Ready to Repair Ties With Japan?
April 15, 2014
Is China Ready to Repair Ties With Japan?
A decline in Chinese naval patrols coupled with less heated rhetoric may signal China is ready to work with Japan.
Is China Ready to Repair Ties With Japan?
Japan Loosens Restrictions on Arms Exports As China Looks On
April 04, 2014
Japan Loosens Restrictions on Arms Exports As China Looks On
Japan's decision to allow more arms exports leads to caution and suspicion in China.
Japan Loosens Restrictions on Arms Exports As China Looks On
Can China and Japan Solve the Dilemma of 'Two Tigers, One Mountain?'
April 02, 2014
Can China and Japan Solve the Dilemma of 'Two Tigers, One Mountain?'
Limited strategic space in East Asia makes a long-term solution to China-Japan tensions imperative.
Can China and Japan Solve the Dilemma of 'Two Tigers, One Mountain?'
Wealthy Chinese Snatch Up US Investor Visas
March 28, 2014
Wealthy Chinese Snatch Up US Investor Visas
Plus, the Taiwan protests, Japan and China trade barbs over Crimea, and a mixed week for China's internet censors.
Wealthy Chinese Snatch Up US Investor Visas
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
March 20, 2014
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
Despite troubled relations at home, the two countries have a shared interest in Africa.
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
Japan Joins Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
March 13, 2014
Japan Joins Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Japan joining the search provides a rare opportunity for positive interactions with China.
Japan Joins Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Jackie Chan’s K-Pop ‘Boy Band’ to Release Debut Album This Month
March 12, 2014
Jackie Chan’s K-Pop ‘Boy Band’ to Release Debut Album This Month
The martial arts master and action superstar is now managing a male idol group.
Jackie Chan’s K-Pop ‘Boy Band’ to Release Debut Album This Month
'Missing Histories': History Education and China-Japan Relations
March 11, 2014
'Missing Histories': History Education and China-Japan Relations
Differences in history classrooms reflect the social discourse problems that underline China and Japan's conflict.
'Missing Histories': History Education and China-Japan Relations
Could the Flight MH370 Rescue Bring China and Japan Closer Together?
March 11, 2014
Could the Flight MH370 Rescue Bring China and Japan Closer Together?
If Japan had volunteered to join the search for Flight 370, could that help thaw tensions between Tokyo and Beijing?
Could the Flight MH370 Rescue Bring China and Japan Closer Together?
China-Japan-South Korea Hold FTA Talks Despite Political Tension
March 05, 2014
China-Japan-South Korea Hold FTA Talks Despite Political Tension
The economic incentives of completing a FTA outweigh the political rifts between Tokyo, Beijing, and Seoul
China-Japan-South Korea Hold FTA Talks Despite Political Tension
Chinese Government Approves Two New ‘Anti-Japanese’ Holidays
March 01, 2014
Chinese Government Approves Two New ‘Anti-Japanese’ Holidays
Amid tensions, Japan’s defeat in WWII and the Nanjing Massacre will become “national days.”
Chinese Government Approves Two New ‘Anti-Japanese’ Holidays
With New National Days, China Strikes At Japan
February 28, 2014
With New National Days, China Strikes At Japan
New national days commemorating the Nanjing Massace and the end of WW2 show the historical roots of China-Japan enmity.
With New National Days, China Strikes At Japan
As China Feuds With Japan, Nanjing Takes Center Stage
February 27, 2014
As China Feuds With Japan, Nanjing Takes Center Stage
Nanjing's World War II legacy has propelled the former capital to center stage in the ongoing China-Japan tensions.
As China Feuds With Japan, Nanjing Takes Center Stage
Storytelling, Cultural Spheres and the Senkaku Dilemma
February 19, 2014
Storytelling, Cultural Spheres and the Senkaku Dilemma
To what extent could a shared cultural sphere overcome bitter disputes and heal wounds from East Asia’s past?
Storytelling, Cultural Spheres and the Senkaku Dilemma
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