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Japan Slams China for Unauthorized Research Around Okinotori Island
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.
Japan’s Not Hedging… Yet
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.

The United States, China and the Preferred Superpower
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.

Japan's Subtle China Strategy on Display
November 24, 2018

Japan's Subtle China Strategy on Display

By Daniel Hurst
At the latest round of ASEAN summitry, Abe emphasized rapprochement with China even while raising criticisms.

Japan’s Belt and Road Balancing Act
November 08, 2018

Japan’s Belt and Road Balancing Act

By Andreea Brînză
Japan is engaging in China’s BRI while also hedging its bets through similar initiatives with other partners.
Abe Wants 'New Era' in China-Japan Relations
October 26, 2018

Abe Wants 'New Era' in China-Japan Relations

By Daniel Hurst
Shinzo Abe's long-awaited trip to China brought a raft of deals, but no major breakthroughs.

Amid US-China Tensions, Xi and Abe to Meet in Beijing
October 24, 2018

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.
At UN, Japan's Abe Defends the Rules-Based Order
September 27, 2018

At UN, Japan's Abe Defends the Rules-Based Order

By Daniel Hurst
Abe promises to defend free trade while resolving long-standing issues with Japan's neighbors.

3 More Years of Abe: Japan's Foreign Policy Future
September 22, 2018

3 More Years of Abe: Japan's Foreign Policy Future

By Daniel Hurst
A round-up of the foreign policy challenges facing Japan's prime minister as he enters his final term.

Japan Doesn't Need to Compete With China's Belt and Road
September 07, 2018

Japan Doesn't Need to Compete With China's Belt and Road

By Trissia Wijaya and Yuma Osaki
Chinese and Japanese infrastructure initiatives should not be viewed as out-and-out rivals.

Japan: North Korea Still Poses ‘Serious and Imminent’ Threat
August 28, 2018

Japan: North Korea Still Poses ‘Serious and Imminent’ Threat

By Daniel Hurst
Japan's latest Defense White Paper sees “no change” in the evaluation of the threat from North Korea
Diaoyu Islands Dispute: A Chinese Perspective
August 08, 2018

Diaoyu Islands Dispute: A Chinese Perspective

By Liu Dan
A view from China on the treaties that apply to the territorial dispute between China and Japan.

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