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A Warm Welcome for Japan’s Kishida in Washington

A Warm Welcome for Japan’s Kishida in Washington

By Duncan Bartlett
Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida addressed the U.S. Congress and met the president of the Philippines. However, a tentative offer to join the AUKUS security pact presents Japan with a dilemma.
$1.7 Billion Cambodian Canal Project Draws Increasing Scrutiny

$1.7 Billion Cambodian Canal Project Draws Increasing Scrutiny

By Sebastian Strangio
The China-backed Techo Funan Canal, which will connect the Mekong River to the country’s coast, has given rise to environmental and security concerns.

Biden-Kishida Summit: The Japan-US Alliance Has Gone Global

Biden-Kishida Summit: The Japan-US Alliance Has Gone Global

By Aamer Madhani and Zeke Miller
The U.S. president praised Japan's growing international clout as the two leaders cemented new areas of cooperation.

The US and Japan’s Mission to Push Next Generation Nuclear Power 

The US and Japan’s Mission to Push Next Generation Nuclear Power 

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan ramps up the joint nuclear power agenda with the U.S. and Philippines, with an eye to deterring regional conflict.

Kishida’s US Visit Highlights Japan’s Growing Role as a Security Provider

Kishida’s US Visit Highlights Japan’s Growing Role as a Security Provider

By Yann Messager
Current industrial and policy evolutions in Japan are at a crucial but wavering intersection for Tokyo’s role as a guarantor of stability in the region at large.
Banning TikTok Won’t Solve the US Social Media Problem 

Banning TikTok Won’t Solve the US Social Media Problem 

By Matt Dagher-Margosian
While the Biden administration seeks to aggressively regulate TikTok, it has given up attempting to control disinformation on domestic social media companies.

The Road to the First Japan-Philippines-US Trilateral Summit

The Road to the First Japan-Philippines-US Trilateral Summit

By Mico A. Galang
The road to the historic meeting was paved by the growing security cooperation between and among the three countries. 
History’s Shadow on Japanese Prime Minister’s US Visit

History’s Shadow on Japanese Prime Minister’s US Visit

By Patrick Regan and Mindy Kotler Smith
This week’s Japan-Philippines-U.S. trilateral summit comes alongside the 82nd anniversary of the Bataan Death March. 

Biden to Warn China on South China Sea, Report Claims

Biden to Warn China on South China Sea, Report Claims

By Sebastian Strangio
The U.S. president is set to deliver the warning at this week's trilateral summit with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines.

TikTok in the Age of Decoupling

TikTok in the Age of Decoupling

By Nico Han
While the ban seems inevitable amid deepening distrust, removal of TikTok from the U.S. market will not solve the disinformation problem.

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
China has criticized the latest round of new rules by saying that it will “disrupt the international semiconductor market as well as cooperation among enterprises.” 
Why the US Should Cooperate More Closely With Vietnam’s Public Security Ministry

Why the US Should Cooperate More Closely With Vietnam’s Public Security Ministry

By Khang Vu
Small arms procurements for internal security agencies could be a step toward more substantial purchases of U.S. hardware for Vietnam's military.

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