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Can Japan and Russia Resolve Their Territorial Dispute?
October 05, 2015

Can Japan and Russia Resolve Their Territorial Dispute?

By Vindu Mai Chotani
Talks are again underway. Can the two countries remove the main obstacle to stronger ties?
South Korea's Foreign Minister to Make First Trip to Japan
June 18, 2015

South Korea's Foreign Minister to Make First Trip to Japan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Yun Byung-se will visit Japan to commemorate the 50th anniversary of ROK-Japan diplomatic ties.

Chinese Diplomat: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Were Bombed for a Reason
May 13, 2015

Chinese Diplomat: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Were Bombed for a Reason

By Shannon Tiezzi
The battle over World War II history flares up during the ongoing NPT Review Conference.

Japan's Nuclear Diplomacy
May 07, 2015

Japan's Nuclear Diplomacy

By Mina Pollmann
At the NPT review conference, Japanese politicians and citizens push for a nuclear-weapons-free world.

Japan, US Talk Okinawa, South China Sea at Ministers' Meeting
April 28, 2015

Japan, US Talk Okinawa, South China Sea at Ministers' Meeting

By Mina Pollmann
A 2+2 meeting in New York set the stage for Japanese PM Abe's visit to the U.S. What issues were on the agenda?
Japan Punishes North Korea For Reporting Delay on Abductees
April 01, 2015

Japan Punishes North Korea For Reporting Delay on Abductees

By Ankit Panda
Japan has heard nothing from Pyongyang about its internal investigation into the fates of Japanese abductees.

History Debate on Display at Rare China-Japan-South Korea Meeting
March 23, 2015

History Debate on Display at Rare China-Japan-South Korea Meeting

By Shannon Tiezzi
The first trilateral foreign ministers' meeting in nearly 3 years included a major emphasis on history.
Japan’s Road Warrior Diplomacy
September 25, 2014

Japan’s Road Warrior Diplomacy

By Clint Richards
Abe’s unrelenting schedule belies a group of allies eager for Japanese participation.

Pyongyang’s New Demands Could Derail Japanese Abductee Negotiations
August 15, 2014

Pyongyang’s New Demands Could Derail Japanese Abductee Negotiations

By Clint Richards
New requests for aid could raise the costs of Japan’s continued cooperation with the Hermit Kingdom.

Code of Conduct for South China Sea Unlikely, Yet ASEAN Made Progress
August 11, 2014

Code of Conduct for South China Sea Unlikely, Yet ASEAN Made Progress

By Clint Richards
All parties showed interest in conciliation, even if a COC was simply a prop to further dialogue.

Japan Wants Talks With China in Myanmar
August 08, 2014

Japan Wants Talks With China in Myanmar

By Clint Richards
Japan is lobbying for a high-level visit this weekend despite a lack of concessions.
Sanctions and Cancelled Meetings Put an Abe-Putin Summit in Doubt
August 06, 2014

Sanctions and Cancelled Meetings Put an Abe-Putin Summit in Doubt

By Clint Richards
Japan is trying to keep rapprochement a possibility in light of the worsening situation in Ukraine.

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