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With Eyes on Taiwan, Okinawan Islands Seek Shelter

With Eyes on Taiwan, Okinawan Islands Seek Shelter

By Mina Pollmann
As tensions around Taiwan increase, remote Okinawan islands look to prepare for a possible conflict by investing in evacuation shelters and other defensive infrastructure.
China’s Okinawa Policy Attracts Attention

China’s Okinawa Policy Attracts Attention

By KAWASHIMA Shin
A potential new trigger in China-Japan relations emerges.

Japan’s New Security Strategy, Part 3: The View From Japan’s Neighbors

Japan’s New Security Strategy, Part 3: The View From Japan’s Neighbors

By Pascal Lottaz
What does Japan's changing security policy mean for South Korea, Taiwan, and China?

Ups and Downs in China-Japan Diplomacy

Ups and Downs in China-Japan Diplomacy

By KAWASHIMA Shin
It’s no longer as simple as trying to “improve” relations.

Japan FM to Visit China as Tokyo Imposes New Export Controls

Japan FM to Visit China as Tokyo Imposes New Export Controls

By Mari Yamaguchi
Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshimasa will head to China on April 1, a day after Tokyo unveiled new export controls on materials used for semiconductor manufacturing.
Beyond ‘Wolf Warriors’: China’s Multidimensional Diplomacy

Beyond ‘Wolf Warriors’: China’s Multidimensional Diplomacy

By Zhuoran Li
The case of the Sino-Japanese thaw in 2018 shows how China pursues foreign policy flexibility through ties with foreign political parties, individual politicians, and business leaders.

Japan Has More to Do to Bolster Its Defense

Japan Has More to Do to Bolster Its Defense

By TSURUTA Jun
The problem lies in the gray zone.
Japan, China Hold Foreign Minister Call Days After NATO Chief’s Visit

Japan, China Hold Foreign Minister Call Days After NATO Chief’s Visit

By Mina Pollmann
Tokyo continues to try to keep relations with Beijing stable even as it deepens military cooperation with NATO and other partners.

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

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

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

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

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.

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