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.
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.
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.
What Sort of Defense Build-Up Does Japan Really Need?
By Yuki Tatsumi
Amid rising tensions in Northeast Asia, what should Japan's defense priorities be?
China-Japan Relations: Has the Ice Stayed Broken?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Richard Bush on China-Japan relations since their top leaders shook hands in November 2014.
The Politics of History in China-Japan Relations
By Xie Tao
China and Japan must remember the past, but not live forever in its shadow.
Beijing Is Tempting Fate
By Michael Mazza
Recent flybys continue a disturbing pattern of aggression based on dangerous assumptions.
No End-Game for China-Japan Conflict Resolution
By Clint Richards
Both countries are allowing second-tier disputes to cloud their ability to engage on existential problems.
4 Ways China Can Prepare for War in East Asia
By Yang Hengjun
Northeast Asia has become a potential powder keg. What should China do to prepare itself for possible conflict?
Why Washington Can’t Restrain Tokyo
By Jake A. Douglas
The current U.S. security posture in East Asia leaves it with few options should a crisis escalate.