Japan’s One-Way Push Against China: An Unstated Acquiescence?
August 17, 2015
Japan’s One-Way Push Against China: An Unstated Acquiescence?
Japan’s recent rhetoric on China has elicited only a muted reaction – but perhaps China wants it that way.
Japan’s One-Way Push Against China: An Unstated Acquiescence?
China's People's Liberation Army Turns 88
August 03, 2015
China's People's Liberation Army Turns 88
China's military celebrates its 88th anniversary as it prepares for new threats.
China's People's Liberation Army Turns 88
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
July 30, 2015
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
China's enforcement of its East China Sea air defense identification zone (ADIZ) is starting to work out.
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
How China Is Expanding Its Coast Guard
July 30, 2015
How China Is Expanding Its Coast Guard
Beijing is converting old frigates into coastguard patrol vessels.
How China Is Expanding Its Coast Guard
Diplomatic Update: Where Are Japan-China Relations Headed?
July 25, 2015
Diplomatic Update: Where Are Japan-China Relations Headed?
Are Japan and China coming together or heading back apart? Ankit Panda and Shannon Tiezzi discuss recent developments.
Diplomatic Update: Where Are Japan-China Relations Headed?
A New Chinese Threat in the East China Sea? Not So Fast
July 23, 2015
A New Chinese Threat in the East China Sea? Not So Fast
Japan's bid to portray Chinese oil platform development in the East China Sea as threatening is misguided.
A New Chinese Threat in the East China Sea? Not So Fast
Japan-China Maritime Dispute Back in the Spotlight
July 23, 2015
Japan-China Maritime Dispute Back in the Spotlight
With the release of new evidence of Chinese development, Japan seeks to draw global attention to the East China Sea.
Japan-China Maritime Dispute Back in the Spotlight
Surprise: Japan Sees China as Its Main National Security Threat
July 21, 2015
Surprise: Japan Sees China as Its Main National Security Threat
Tokyo’s 2015 defense white paper highlights concerns over Beijing’s maritime ambitions in Asia.
Surprise: Japan Sees China as Its Main National Security Threat
Meet China's East China Sea Drones
June 30, 2015
Meet China's East China Sea Drones
Satellite imagery analysis confirms that Chinese BZK-005 drones are operating in the East China Sea.
Meet China's East China Sea Drones
What's Missing from China and Japan's East China Sea Crisis Management Framework?
June 16, 2015
What's Missing from China and Japan's East China Sea Crisis Management Framework?
Japan and China will agree to exclude territorial waters and airspace from their maritime crisis management mechanism.
What's Missing from China and Japan's East China Sea Crisis Management Framework?
Are Chinese Drones Heading to the East China Sea?
June 15, 2015
Are Chinese Drones Heading to the East China Sea?
East China Sea, South China Sea, and history. Links to start your week.
Are Chinese Drones Heading to the East China Sea?
China’s Maritime Disputes: Trouble to the South, but the East Stays Quiet
June 12, 2015
China’s Maritime Disputes: Trouble to the South, but the East Stays Quiet
Tensions are rising in the South China Sea — so why is the East China Sea so calm?
China’s Maritime Disputes: Trouble to the South, but the East Stays Quiet
Abe Heads to G-7 with South China Sea, Asian Security on his Mind
June 08, 2015
Abe Heads to G-7 with South China Sea, Asian Security on his Mind
At the meeting of G-7 leaders in Germany, Shinzo Abe will speak on Asian security.
Abe Heads to G-7 with South China Sea, Asian Security on his Mind
Security Integration in the Asia-Pacific
June 01, 2015
Security Integration in the Asia-Pacific
What prevents closer security ties in East Asia? A lot.
Security Integration in the Asia-Pacific
The United States Shouldn't Invite China to RIMPAC 2016 (With a Catch)
May 06, 2015
The United States Shouldn't Invite China to RIMPAC 2016 (With a Catch)
Washington should start imposing costs on Beijing for its behavior.
The United States Shouldn't Invite China to RIMPAC 2016 (With a Catch)
Improving Order in the East China Sea
May 04, 2015
Improving Order in the East China Sea
A stronger Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea is vital for avoiding the threat posed by interstate incidents at sea.
Improving Order in the East China Sea
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