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Japanese Firms Exit South Korea Amid Prolonged Anti-Japan Movement
July 09, 2020

Japanese Firms Exit South Korea Amid Prolonged Anti-Japan Movement

By Tae-jun Kang
The boycott movement is still going strong, a year later.
Japan Promotes ‘Clean’ Coal in the Battle Against Climate Change
July 08, 2020

Japan Promotes ‘Clean’ Coal in the Battle Against Climate Change

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan’s coal consumption is on the rise even as Europe plans a shift away from coal power. 

The US-China Cold War Has Already Started
July 08, 2020

The US-China Cold War Has Already Started

By Alan Dupont
The clashing geopolitical ambitions of the two states are fueling a rivalry that could be even more dangerous and consequential than the original Cold War.

The United States, China, and the Future of Arms Control
July 08, 2020

The United States, China, and the Future of Arms Control

By Ankit Panda
Tong Zhao discusses prospects for strategic arms control between the United States and China.

North Korea and Equatorial Guinea
July 08, 2020

North Korea and Equatorial Guinea

By R. Maxwell Bone
Since 1969, ties have survived new leaders and new interest from the West.
55 Dead, a Dozen Missing in Japan Floods
July 08, 2020

55 Dead, a Dozen Missing in Japan Floods

By Associated Press
Flooding in Kyushu has forced about 3 million residents to evacuate.

China’s Class of COVID-19
July 07, 2020

China’s Class of COVID-19

By Thi Thuy Duong Pham and Dickson Agbaji
Like their peers around the world, new graduates in China face a battered job market and intense uncertainty.
After COVID-19: Rebooting Business in China
July 07, 2020

After COVID-19: Rebooting Business in China

By Jennifer Choo, Jean Oi, Christopher Thomas, and Xue (Xander) Wu
What a survey of Chinese business leaders tells us about China’s post-COVID economy – and the future of U.S.-China economic relations.

South Korea Wants Another Trump-Kim Summit. Would It Be Worthwhile?
July 07, 2020

South Korea Wants Another Trump-Kim Summit. Would It Be Worthwhile?

By Dan DePetris
What could another summit accomplish at this point?

Chinese Vessels Enter Senkaku Islands Territorial Sea for Longest Duration Since 2012. Why Now?
July 07, 2020

Chinese Vessels Enter Senkaku Islands Territorial Sea for Longest Duration Since 2012. Why Now?

By Ankit Panda
According to the Japan Coast Guard, Chinese vessels remained in the territorial sea around the disputed islets for 30 hours.

China’s Maritime Militia Vessels May Be Military Objectives During Armed Conflict
July 07, 2020

China’s Maritime Militia Vessels May Be Military Objectives During Armed Conflict

By James Kraska and Yusuke Saito
There is no universal definition for naval auxiliaries, but such ships are subject to the same treatment as warships during armed conflict.
Robert Mo, Wen Ho Lee, and Non-Military Chinese Intellectual Property Theft
July 07, 2020

Robert Mo, Wen Ho Lee, and Non-Military Chinese Intellectual Property Theft

By Robert Farley
The range of technologies China is—and was—interested in varies considerably.

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