Understanding Chinese Foreign Policy: A Conversation with Dingding Chen
March 26, 2015
Understanding Chinese Foreign Policy: A Conversation with Dingding Chen
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda speaks to Dingding Chen of the University of Macau about Chinese foreign policy.
Understanding Chinese Foreign Policy: A Conversation with Dingding Chen
Japan, China Test the Water With Restarted Security Talks
March 20, 2015
Japan, China Test the Water With Restarted Security Talks
Japan and China resume dedicated security talks after an over four year hiatus.
Japan, China Test the Water With Restarted Security Talks
China's Resentment Problem
March 20, 2015
China's Resentment Problem
China's emphasis on national victimhood, especially in relations with Japan, hamstrings its foreign policy.
China's Resentment Problem
Is Taiwan out of Vogue in Washington DC?
March 19, 2015
Is Taiwan out of Vogue in Washington DC?
Why don't we hear much about Taiwan in Washington D.C. anymore?
Is Taiwan out of Vogue in Washington DC?
People-to-People Diplomacy in China-Japan Relations
March 17, 2015
People-to-People Diplomacy in China-Japan Relations
With frosty relations at the highest levels, citizen exchange becomes all the more important.
People-to-People Diplomacy in China-Japan Relations
China Doesn't Need Another Japanese Apology
March 12, 2015
China Doesn't Need Another Japanese Apology
Previous apologies have made little difference in China-Japan relations.
China Doesn't Need Another Japanese Apology
For First Time in 4 Years, China and Japan to Hold Security Talks
March 09, 2015
For First Time in 4 Years, China and Japan to Hold Security Talks
Senior Chinese and Japanese officials will meet later this month for a security dialogue.
For First Time in 4 Years, China and Japan to Hold Security Talks
China, Japan Close to Crisis Management Breakthrough
March 04, 2015
China, Japan Close to Crisis Management Breakthrough
Japan and China are close to finalizing a liaison mechanism -- but it hinges on how Japan commemorates the end of WWII.
China, Japan Close to Crisis Management Breakthrough
The US, Japan and the South China Sea
February 08, 2015
The US, Japan and the South China Sea
Having Japan patrol the South China Sea would be an unnecessarily provocative move.
The US, Japan and the South China Sea
Japan Wades Into South China Sea Issue
February 06, 2015
Japan Wades Into South China Sea Issue
Japan is becoming more involved in the South China Sea disputes through increased outreach to Southeast Asian partners.
Japan Wades Into South China Sea Issue
China's Dream Doesn't Have to Be Japan's Nightmare
January 29, 2015
China's Dream Doesn't Have to Be Japan's Nightmare
Is China's upcoming military parade really aimed at intimidating Japan?
China's Dream Doesn't Have to Be Japan's Nightmare
China's Military Parade: A Warning to Japan <em>and</em> the US
January 28, 2015
China's Military Parade: A Warning to Japan and the US
China's military parade is not only meant to "intimidate" Japan -- it's a signal to the U.S. as well.
China's Military Parade: A Warning to Japan and the US
China, Japan, and the 21 Demands
January 24, 2015
China, Japan, and the 21 Demands
An event 100 years ago offers critical insights into how a rising hegemon should behave.
China, Japan, and the 21 Demands
Japan Approves Largest-Ever Defense Budget
January 14, 2015
Japan Approves Largest-Ever Defense Budget
Shinzo Abe's cabinet has approved a $42 billion defense budget, the largest ever in the country's history.
Japan Approves Largest-Ever Defense Budget
2015 Predictions for East Asia
January 13, 2015
2015 Predictions for East Asia
It looks set to be another year of repetitive, uninspiring status quo.
2015 Predictions for East Asia
China, Japan Try to Tamp Down Maritime Tensions
January 12, 2015
China, Japan Try to Tamp Down Maritime Tensions
China and Japan are one step closer to setting up a consultative mechanism to govern contacts in the East China Sea.
China, Japan Try to Tamp Down Maritime Tensions
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