Abe Shinzo’s Indo-Pacific Legacy
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Abe’s role and legacy in transforming Japan’s role in global affairs, as well as in enhancing India-Japan ties, cannot be emphasized enough.
Abe Shinzo: A Pivotal Chapter in India-Japan Relations
By Titli Basu
India lost its most ardent advocate in Japan.
With Abe’s Assassination, the Indo-Pacific Lost Its Foremost Flag-Bearer
By Titli Basu
From the Indo-Pacific to the Quad, Abe spearheaded the strategic concepts shaping the region today.
Japan’s Pragmatic New PM Pushes Abe’s Vision on Southeast Asia Trip
By Associated Press
As Suga Yoshihide jets off on his first overseas trip as Japan's leader, he is battling a number of controversies at home.
New Japan PM Planning Visits to Indonesia, Vietnam
By Sebastian Strangio
Should it eventuate, Prime Minister Suga’s ASEAN tour would demonstrate his commitment to predecessor Abe Shinzo’s “free and open Indo-Pacific” strategy.
The Case for a New US-Japan Strategy: Why We Need a Free and Open Indo-Pacific
By Nobukatsu Kanehara
Japan and the U.S. are two global leaders who must work side-by-side to spread peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.
Japan, Philippines Boost Defense Ties in Duterte-Abe Summit
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The meeting in Manila saw further progress on security relations between the two sides.