What Do China’s Neighbors Think of De-risking?
Christina Lai, Kazuto Suzuki, and Wonho Yeon discuss the de-risking calculus for Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
Securing Japan from Chinese ‘Predatory Economics’
By Titli Basu
Managing risks and fortifying national security is critical while doing business with China.
Can Japan Successfully Decouple From China?
By John Lee
The Abe government is providing funds to encourage firms to move production lines out of China. Will the gambit work?
Is This a True Thaw in Sino-Japanese Relations?
By Trissia Wijaya and Yuma Osaki
Behind the immediate diplomatic détente, distrust and trust in Sino-Japanese relations remain two sides of the same coin.
Amid US-China Tensions, Xi and Abe to Meet in Beijing
By Charlotte Gao
Abe plans to end Japan’s official development aid to China and sign business deals with Beijing.
China-Japan Reset Continues With High-Level Economic Talks
By Daniel Hurst
The two sides hope finding common ground on economic issues can help continue a thaw in relations.
China-Japan Relations: Has the Ice Stayed Broken?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Richard Bush on China-Japan relations since their top leaders shook hands in November 2014.