Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
October 23, 2014
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
Ankit Panda is joined by Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat's China editor, to discuss the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute.
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
Chinese Premier, Japan’s Prime Minister Meet for First Time
October 18, 2014
Chinese Premier, Japan’s Prime Minister Meet for First Time
A meeting between Li Keqiang and Shinzo Abe gives hope for a Xi-Abe summit. Will the Yasukuni Shrine issue be a roadblock?
Chinese Premier, Japan’s Prime Minister Meet for First Time
China Calls on Japan for ‘Deep Remorse’ Before APEC Summit
October 17, 2014
China Calls on Japan for ‘Deep Remorse’ Before APEC Summit
Plus ‘two plus two’ talks between the U.S. and South Korea. Northeast Asia regional links.
China Calls on Japan for ‘Deep Remorse’ Before APEC Summit
Japan and Its Neighbors: Shinzo Abe's Northeast Asia Diplomacy
October 17, 2014
Japan and Its Neighbors: Shinzo Abe's Northeast Asia Diplomacy
A look at Japan's active foreign policy in Northeast Asia.
Japan and Its Neighbors: Shinzo Abe's Northeast Asia Diplomacy
Is Beijing Pushing for Japanese Concessions Before APEC?
October 14, 2014
Is Beijing Pushing for Japanese Concessions Before APEC?
Japan has put the ball in China’s court, and waits to see if Beijing will commit.
Is Beijing Pushing for Japanese Concessions Before APEC?
Why a Xi-Abe Meeting Is Not Important
October 06, 2014
Why a Xi-Abe Meeting Is Not Important
Given widespread popular dislike between China and Japan, a meeting between top leaders won't accomplish much.
Why a Xi-Abe Meeting Is Not Important
Northeast Asia Diplomacy: A Trilateral Way Forward?
October 06, 2014
Northeast Asia Diplomacy: A Trilateral Way Forward?
A trilateral approach to China, Japan and South Korea relations may be able to do what bilateral negotiations cannot.
Northeast Asia Diplomacy: A Trilateral Way Forward?
US-China-Japan: Beware the ‘Megarian Trap’
October 04, 2014
US-China-Japan: Beware the ‘Megarian Trap’
Classical antiquity offers a lesson in the perils of economic warfare.
US-China-Japan: Beware the ‘Megarian Trap’
The Latest Sign of a China-Japan Thaw
September 25, 2014
The Latest Sign of a China-Japan Thaw
After a break of over 2 years, China and Japan restart maritime consultations, including talks on East China Sea issues.
The Latest Sign of a China-Japan Thaw
Japan’s Upcoming Sideline Sweep of China’s APEC Summit
September 22, 2014
Japan’s Upcoming Sideline Sweep of China’s APEC Summit
The meeting in Beijing could be Abe’s biggest diplomatic coup so far.
Japan’s Upcoming Sideline Sweep of China’s APEC Summit
Largest-Ever Japanese Business Delegation Heads to China
September 22, 2014
Largest-Ever Japanese Business Delegation Heads to China
The delegation of over 200 business executives may meet Xi Jinping.
Largest-Ever Japanese Business Delegation Heads to China
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
September 19, 2014
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
Chinese government ships are reducing visits, plus weekend Japanese security and foreign policy links.
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
September 18, 2014
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
Tokyo, Beijing and Seoul may temporarily overlook diplomatic spats for economic gains.
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
4 Ways China Can Best Japan
September 17, 2014
4 Ways China Can Best Japan
China can best Japan through reforms aimed at improving Beijing's image at home and abroad.
4 Ways China Can Best Japan
Three Things for Xi Jinping and Shinzo Abe to Read
September 09, 2014
Three Things for Xi Jinping and Shinzo Abe to Read
Some possible inspiration that might help the two leaders get China-Japan relations back on track.
Three Things for Xi Jinping and Shinzo Abe to Read
China's 'Victory Day' Celebration
September 04, 2014
China's 'Victory Day' Celebration
How China remembers World War II has major implications on its relationship with modern-day Japan.
China's 'Victory Day' Celebration
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