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China’s Navy, the West Pacific and the Role of Okinotorishima
January 30, 2023

China’s Navy, the West Pacific and the Role of Okinotorishima

By TSURUTA Jun

China Halts Visas for Japan, South Korea in COVID-19 Spat
January 11, 2023

China Halts Visas for Japan, South Korea in COVID-19 Spat

By Ken Moritsugu
China's move appeared to be retaliation for “discriminatory entry measures” against Chinese travelers amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
2022: The Year Japan and Germany Became ‘Normal’ Countries
December 30, 2022

2022: The Year Japan and Germany Became ‘Normal’ Countries

By Chietigj Bajpaee
Japan and Germany rediscovered their geopolitical voice in 2022, making parallel efforts to develop more assertive national security postures. 

The Limits of Kishida’s China Outreach
November 19, 2022

The Limits of Kishida’s China Outreach

By Mina Pollmann
The Japanese prime minister held his first in-person meeting with China’s Xi Jinping, but he faces tight limits in how far he can push the relationship.

China’s Navy Sets Record Pace for Intrusions Into Japan’s Territorial Sea
November 03, 2022

China’s Navy Sets Record Pace for Intrusions Into Japan’s Territorial Sea

By Takahashi Kosuke
PLAN vessels have entered Japanese territorial waters eight times since 2004 – and five of those have occurred since October 2021.

Taiwan and the ‘Origin’ of the Normalization of China-Japan Relations
October 07, 2022

Taiwan and the ‘Origin’ of the Normalization of China-Japan Relations

By KAWASHIMA Shin and KAWASHIMA Shin
Why the current issues in the relationship can be traced to the 1970s.

The Paradox of China-Japan Relations
September 22, 2022

The Paradox of China-Japan Relations

By Jio Kamata
“Hot economics, cold politics” continues to underscore the China-Japan relationship. Even as political relations fray, economic ties have never been stronger.
Japan’s Nationalization of the Senkaku Islands: 10 Years On
September 02, 2022

Japan’s Nationalization of the Senkaku Islands: 10 Years On

By TSURUTA Jun
Tensions are rising, and Japan needs to be innovative.

China, Japan Officials Meet Amid Taiwan Tensions
August 18, 2022

China, Japan Officials Meet Amid Taiwan Tensions

By Associated Press
The visit from Japan’s national security chief come two weeks after China called off a foreign ministers’ meeting, citing Tokyo’s criticism of military drills near Taiwan.

Japan’s Evolving Approach to the Taiwan Strait
August 10, 2022

Japan’s Evolving Approach to the Taiwan Strait

By Rena Sasaki
Comparing the current crisis to the Third Taiwan Strait Crisis from 1995-96, Japan’s attitude toward China, the U.S., and other like-minded countries has changed significantly.

Abe Leaves Behind Complex Legacy in Japan’s Neighborhood
July 22, 2022

Abe Leaves Behind Complex Legacy in Japan’s Neighborhood

By Hemant Adlakha
Much of the West is eulogizing the former Japanese prime minister. In China and South Korea, reactions are far less positive.
How Did Abe Shinzo Become an Unlikely Subject of Collective Grief in China?
July 13, 2022

How Did Abe Shinzo Become an Unlikely Subject of Collective Grief in China?

By Ni Tao
The late Japanese prime minister was not popular in China, but some have used his death to emphasize their frustration at being unable to speak freely.

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