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India Noncommittal on the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment
August 09, 2022

India Noncommittal on the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India’s tepid response to the PGII seems odd given Delhi’s opposition to the BRI, which the new G-7 initiative seeks to counter.

NATO’s Madrid Summit and the Interlinkages Between European and Asian Security
June 29, 2022

NATO’s Madrid Summit and the Interlinkages Between European and Asian Security

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
Why are the leaders of Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Japan heading to a NATO summit?
Japan Resets Its Role in Europe in the Wake of Ukraine War
March 28, 2022

Japan Resets Its Role in Europe in the Wake of Ukraine War

By Duncan Bartlett
Kishida Fumio joined crisis talks in Brussels primarily to advise on the economic impact of the invasion. He also used the trip to promote Japan’s wider diplomatic and security agenda.

G7 Foreign Ministers Address Maritime Asia, North Korea in Communiqué
April 09, 2019

G7 Foreign Ministers Address Maritime Asia, North Korea in Communiqué

By Ankit Panda
The G-7 continues to express concern about the East and South China Seas and the Korean Peninsula.

Putin on the Ritz in China
June 18, 2018

Putin on the Ritz in China

By Nicholas Trickett
A peek under the glitz of Russian-Chinese bonhomie.

A West in Crisis, an East Rising? Comparing the G7 and the SCO
June 12, 2018

A West in Crisis, an East Rising? Comparing the G7 and the SCO

By Catherine Putz
The two summits, occurring almost contemporaneously, invite easy comparisons focused on tone and optics. What about substance?

G7 Foreign Ministers Issue Communique Addressing East & South China Seas, Connectivity, and More
April 26, 2018

G7 Foreign Ministers Issue Communique Addressing East & South China Seas, Connectivity, and More

By Ankit Panda
The statement takes aim at China without mentioning it by name.
A New Cold War With Russia Forces Japan to Choose Sides
April 23, 2018

A New Cold War With Russia Forces Japan to Choose Sides

By James D. J. Brown
How long can Japan keep up its balancing act between Russia and the West?

Kuril Islands Dispute: Russia-Japan Joint Administration on the Table?
October 18, 2016

Kuril Islands Dispute: Russia-Japan Joint Administration on the Table?

By Ankit Panda
Japan denies that any talks for joint administration of the dispute island chain are underway with Russia.

What Japan-Russia Rapprochement Means for the World
September 21, 2016

What Japan-Russia Rapprochement Means for the World

By Yo-Jung Chen
By warming up to Moscow, is Shinzo Abe playing right into Putin's hands?

China Protests as G7 Ministers Express Concern Regarding East, South China Seas
April 12, 2016

China Protests as G7 Ministers Express Concern Regarding East, South China Seas

By Ankit Panda
The Chinese foreign ministry strongly condemned the G7 ministers' statement in Hiroshima.
Should the West Be Worried About Britain As China's 'Advocate'?
October 23, 2015

Should the West Be Worried About Britain As China's 'Advocate'?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Will London's partnership with China extend beyond economics to international issues -- at the West's expense?

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