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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.

China Reacts to Abe Shinzo Assassination
July 08, 2022

China Reacts to Abe Shinzo Assassination

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's official statements expressed shock and sympathy, but social media reactions reflected Abe's unpopular image in China.
Japan’s National Security Strategy: A Delicate Task
March 18, 2022

Japan’s National Security Strategy: A Delicate Task

By KAWASHIMA Shin
Japan has to think carefully about how it wants to phrase its relationship with China.

Japan’s Diet Resolution on the Uyghur Crisis
February 28, 2022

Japan’s Diet Resolution on the Uyghur Crisis

By KAWASHIMA Shin
Striking a balance, or a half-baked measure?

Is There a Kishida Doctrine?
December 23, 2021

Is There a Kishida Doctrine?

By Jeff Kingston
Even from retirement, former Prime Minister Abe Shinzo continues to cast a long shadow over Japan’s foreign policy.

How Will Japan’s Cybersecurity Posture Impact its Relations With China?
October 16, 2021

How Will Japan’s Cybersecurity Posture Impact its Relations With China?

By Thomas Glucksmann
Japan’s new Kishida government seeks to bolster the national response to cyber threats from China, the country’s largest export market. What could go wrong?      
Japan Faces Growing Pressure to Rethink Releasing Fukushima’s Wastewater into Ocean
April 16, 2021

Japan Faces Growing Pressure to Rethink Releasing Fukushima’s Wastewater into Ocean

By Thisanka Siripala
China and South Korea have reacted strongly to the Japanese government’s decision to release contaminated water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear reactor.

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