China-Japan Relations

July 01, 2019

Did Japan Get What It Wanted From the Osaka G20 Summit?

By Daniel Hurst
Evaluating PM Abe’s sideline diplomacy and Japan’s pursuit of previously stated goals.

June 25, 2019

Xi Jinping’s Busy G-20 Summit

By Eleanor Albert
What to watch for when China's president heads to Japan later this week.
June 10, 2019

China Patrol Ships Sustain Presence Near Senkaku Islands: Report

By Ankit Panda
A 57-day continuous presence is the longest since the Japanese government purchased the disputed islands.

May 31, 2019

China Faces a Stronger Japan

By Bonnie Girard
With Japan adding 105 more F-35 stealth fighters to its forces, is an arms race in store for the Asia-Pacific?

May 16, 2019

China and Japan’s Rapprochement Continues – For Now

By Eleanor Albert
Yang Jiechi is set to travel to Japan this week, the latest high-level exchange in the thawed relationship.

March 27, 2019

Amid Thaw, Japan Is Seeing a Boom in Chinese Tourists

By Daniel Hurst
The influx is remaking Japan's ski resorts -- and potentially its foreign policy as well.
February 16, 2019

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.

February 07, 2019

Japan 2019: Feast or Famine

By Anthony Fensom
Economist Jesper Koll on what to expect from Abenomics and Japan's economy in 2019.

January 31, 2019

Will the China-Japan Reset Continue in 2019?

By Leo Lin
Both sides are sending positive signals, but the thaw seems increasingly like the calm before the storm.

January 08, 2019

Japan Slams China for Unauthorized Research Around Okinotori Island

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan’s exclusive economic zone around the remote island is being challenged by China again.

December 21, 2018

Japan’s Not Hedging… Yet

By Toshihiro Nakayama
The country remains committed to the U.S.-led order, but finds itself in uncharted territory.
December 03, 2018

The United States, China and the Preferred Superpower

By Jinushi Toshiki
For Japan, the U.S. has traditionally held the role. But that was before Donald Trump.

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